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“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part LXXXVII: Chef Smithenstein returns today and picks up where he left off last August 2012: More Exciting Muffin and Quickbread Recipes with today’s being a delightful Chili-Pepper-Cheese Savory Muffin!” by Chef Charles “the Chuckster” Smithenstein


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CLASSIC QUICKBREADS AND MUFFINS, PART LXXXVII



Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part LXXXVII: Chef Smithenstein returns today and picks up where he left off last August 2012: More Exciting Muffin and Quickbread Recipes with today’s being a delightful Chili-Pepper-Cheese Savory Muffin!” by Chef Charles “the Chuckster” Smithenstein

 


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Bakersfield, CA, 04-08-2013 M:  Greetings and hello again, it is a great thing to be sitting in the Stinkbug chair once more especially after living through the End of the World and waking up the following day!  Yes, indeed, hello, friends, I am quite happy being here once more and am even happier because I once again drew the Classic Quickbreads and Muffins’ card.  That means, I am picking up where last I left off, approximately six months after the last time I was here.  Then, we did a weeklong series on quickbreads and muffins, which is what we are doing again this week—astounding! 
JAZ MCKAY—OUTRAGEOUS TALK SHOW HOST!

Currently, we seem to be having many issues ongoing in the country and as usual, the Republicans get the blame for most if not all of it.  Unlike my fellow GOP friends, I am more liberal in my views and I think that the Republicans are working hard to improve the lot of their fellow voters.  Sure, we have some far right voices like Rush Limbaugh—someone whom we promote here constantly along with Jaz McKay, too—who continually blast the President for being a “do-nothing President.”  I think that Mr. Obama is doing the best he can given all of the problems he inherited but I also think that he could be more willing to compromise with his Republican counterparts who seem to be willing to do his bidding, if he would just quit bashing us over the heads with this class warfare crap.   I think that when he is finally willing to come to the table, sit down, and negotiate in good faith, we will be able to solve all of the nation’s ills, not just the ones he cherry-picks.   Immigration is the number one issue currently facing the nation and if we do not somehow solve it, I think we will find ourselves waist-deep in a stalemate.  I realize he thinks he can bash the GOP for all of what is going on but even I see the belligerence he exhibits towards those who could be his allies instead of his enemies.
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

The real problem facing our nation is the fact that the economy is in terrible shape and that the Democrats aided and abetted by the speaker of the house, Mr. Boehner, and his friends, Eric Cantor and Kevin McCarthy, seem to be more willing to give him whatever he wants, including the catastrophe of immigration reform.  For one thing, it is not a “reform” at all, it is a voter registration outreach to those who do not possess the right but if left to the President, he is going to hand it to them, even if he has to use an executive order to do it.   All I can say is that the immigration bill as it stands is going to be the death of the Republican Party because let’s face it: if twelve million or more people gain citizenship, how many of those people are going to vote for Republicans, no matter how liberal they may be?  The numbers speak against them voting for the GOP, from now on, it is going to be an entirely Democratic nation, every state is going to go BLUE one-by-one.  The numbers simply do not lie and that is why more and more of us are attempting to jump on the ship and to toss loudmouths like Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, and others who detract from it overboard.   Virtually all of us are accepting of the Gay Marriage thing, almost all of us are stepping up to the plate and changing sides, it’s something we must do to save our party, just like changing our views on immigration.   All we ask of immigration reform is equal access to the new arrivals so we can convert them to our line of reasoning rather than the anti-religious mentality expressed by the other side. 
PRESIDENT GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH

I realize there are those within my party who call me a “RINO,” I come from the George H. W. Bush wing of the party rather than the Ronald Reagan one.  I think the former still has options whereas the latter are the old fogeys, the angry white men, the Bible-thumping, gun-owning redneck wing that is determined to overthrow the government through the Tea Party Conservatives.  I disagree—strongly, I must add—with them and hope that if we join forces with the Democrats, we can destroy them and send these racist gun-mongers back to where they came from, it’s something we all have to join forces to do.   Republicans, we need to have a seat at the table because if we lose the election in 2014, we will never have another chance to sit down across the table from President Obama and to address the REAL issues threatening our nation today, terrorism, the economy, and the rising tide of North Korea and its angry rhetoric.  I think we need to appease them just as we did the Soviet Union whereas others of my party think we should just nuke them, the absolutely WRONG thing we could ever do!   No, now is the time for rational discourse, for coming to consensus, and for helping our nation to recover and if we have to give in on key demands to the Democrats, then it’s something we simply have to do. 
President Ronald Reagan
Okay, today, we are making muffins and quickbreads once again which means, we pick up where left off last August.  Today’s offering is a “savory” muffin, meaning that it is not quite as sweet as a “sweet” muffin as it is one we serve for lunch or dinner in place of dinner rolls.   This one contains chilis, bell peppers, and cheese and the finished products are simply amazing, absolutely delicious, something all of you can and definitely will enjoy!  Here we go:

(#0047) CHEESE AND PEPPER MUFFINS
 

When I first was introduced to “savory” muffins, the concept took me by surprise as like everyone else I ever met, muffins were supposed to be “sweet.”  These were both sweet and spicy and in fact, proved to be a very good combination of sorts.  Many times when we chefs find ourselves pressed to get the dinner service underway, there is just not enough time to bake yeast breads so savory muffins—like these delightful Cheese and Pepper Muffins—are the next best thing and do the job very well.  Try them out; you are going to see that your guests become enamored of them quickly!
 
Yield:  11-12 medium (3/8-cup) or 17-18 small (0.25-cup) muffins / Mis-en-place: 1.5 hours:
 

 


Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
1
Cup
All-purpose flour
 
1
Cup
Bob’s Red Mill whole-wheat flour
 
.5
Cup
Cake flour
 
1-1/3
Tablespoons
Baking powder
 
1
Tablespoon
Bob’s Red Mill soy flour
 
1
Tablespoon
Nonfat dry milk
 
1.5
Teaspoons
Baking soda
 
.75
Teaspoon
Salt
 
.125
Cup
Bob’s Red Mill wheat germ
 
1
Tablespoon
Lemon zest
 
1
Cup
Blanched assorted bell peppers
See Step #1
.75
Cup
Finely-diced pepper-jack cheese
 
1
Large
AA egg
 
1
Cup
Packed dark brown sugar
 
.25
Cup
Granulated sugar
 
3/8
Cup
Vegetable oil
 
1
Cup
Buttermilk
 
.125
Cup
Milk
 
2
Teaspoons
Vanilla extract
 
The Finish:
Drawn butter
 

 


Method:
1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! First, prepare your bell peppers by selecting the best vegetables, stemming and removing the seedpods on each and then by removing any unsightly white flesh.  Trim it off with a sharp knife and discard it, then if necessary, slice each side of each pepper in half so you have a pair of flat slices, which can then be fine-diced.  Try to use green, orange, yellow, and red bell peppers to have an attractive selection.  Have a vegetable steamer with boiling salted water on the stove and when you have the fine-diced bells, steam them for a total of 15-20 seconds—count them as you do so!—then remove them, plunge them into ice water, and chill for FIVE minutes; after that, drain and dry—set aside.
2.     Next, prepare your pan(s) by selecting nothing but reflective metals like stainless steel or aluminum.  Spray them heavily with PAM Baking Spray or Crisco Pan Release, then line with either paper or aluminum baking cups, and finally spray both the liners and the tops of the pans with spray, too, as this makes the de-panning effort that much easier to do.  Set the pan(s) aside until needed.  (Note: it is important to use reflective metals and NEVER dark bakeware, as the latter tends to pull in additional heat, which leads to a darkened and tough to chew finished product; always use reflective bakeware and nothing else!
3.     Place about one quart of hot water on the stove and keep it ready.
4.     Next, double-sift the first EIGHT ingredients together, then stir in the germ and the zest; set aside covered of course.
5.     Then, hook up your Kitchen Aid mixer and equip it with the PADDLE attachment.  Begin beating the egg with the two sugars, taking care to use medium-high speed, and continue until you have CREAMED the mixture together.  Scrape down the sides of the bowl and the paddle, then add the oil and continue beating the mixture until it’s light, fluffy, and most of all, homogenous.
6.     Add the remaining ingredients, mixing well, but NOT the drawn butter: save that for later.  Stir in the diced bell peppers and the fine-diced cheese, cover with plastic wrap, and rest it for 30 minutes or overnight if you wish. 
7.     When time is up, preheat standard oven to 375°F or a convection oven—fan “off” until told to turn it on—to 325°F.  When hot, place a hotel or baking dish on the oven floor, fill it with about one inch of hot water, and steam the oven for about TEN minutes.  This mimics the steam-injection ovens used by professional bakers. 
8.     Meanwhile, melt about ONE-quarter pound of sweet butter atop the stove in a saucepan over LOW flame.  As the fat rises to the top, deftly skim it off using a ladle and discard it.  Then, begin skimming off the clear liquid stopping when you hit the watery whey at the bottom.  Save the oil and discard the fats and whey OR save it in your freezer for enriching yeast breads.
9.     Now, uncover the batter, stir it, then using an ice cream scoop occasionally dipped in cold running water, and fill the prepared muffin cups to their rims.  Gently shake the pans to settle the batter and if you have any UNFILLED cups, fill them HALFWAY to the rim with HOT water.  Place them onto the middle oven rack(s) and if using a convection oven, flip the switch “on” now. 
10. After 5 minutes convection or 10 minutes standard, remove and discard the water.  Continue baking for another 12-15 convection or 14-18 for standard oven or until they test “done.”  To test them, first press your fingertips against the middle row of muffins: if the depressions immediately spring back, insert a paring knife or a cake tester into the centers of each middle row muffin and if it withdraws CLEAN, pull them out and place atop cooling racks and if not: continue baking until they prove ready.
11. As the pan sits atop the cooling rack, begin brushing their tops with a foodservice “paint brush” dipped into the drawn butter.  This gives them a softer crown, something that is magnificent and makes them wonderful.  Then, after 1-2 minutes, gently rap the pan(s) to loosen them and then pry them loose and leave them atilt in their muffin cups for another 2-3 minutes and then de-pan them totally and leave them atop the cooling racks.  Place a drip pan underneath and continue basting them with butter until it is gone.
12. The muffins are now ready for service so place them atop a doily-lined serving tray and take to the buffet or brunch line accompanied by jalapeno butter and anything else you deem appropriate accompaniment.  As for leftovers, always wrap them individually in plastic wrap, and then zip them up tight in Ziploc freezer bags and FREEZE until needed; however, do your best to utilize them within 5-7 days as after that, their freshness diminishes rapidly and means you need to throw them out.  
Savory muffins are a unique beast, people generally expect their muffins to be sweet and when they are both sweet and spicy, it is sometimes a surprise, which takes time for acceptance.  However, once they the customers or family members decide they like them, the relationship many times becomes a lifelong relationship so do your best and make this wonderful classic memorable!
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          Well, there you go, our first day over and done and tomorrow, we move on with what are doing. I hope you have enjoyed today’s offering, as it is quite unique, not something one sees much of anymore.  However, I have several other savory muffin recipes, ones I intend to share with each of you so that means, YOU MUST BE HERE EVERY DAY OF THIS WEEK!  I also expect you to leave comments or to send me cards at our mailing address listed elsewhere in this article.  We thrive on hearing from our clientele and do hope that we are helping those of you wishing for help, it is something all of us wanted when we were young cooks coming up the ranks but lacked because in our day and age, there was NO Internet!   How lucky are all of you to have that luxury today so please!  Become part of our fast-growing blog, we are the number one culinary blog of the world!  See you tomorrow and please, do not forget to buy the excellent albums we offer here every day, this is how we pay for our overhead expenses!                        

 
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