Makeover Vegan extrema: Spicy Chile Cheeze Muffin de milho Edição

I love watching cooking shows and reading food magazines but when I began my weight loss plan, I had to learn how to make lower-calorie, healthier versions of the recipes. They needed to be “Weight Watcherized,” if you will. That meant using low-fat or fat-free versions of ingredients, cutting the amounts of oil in half or more, and making the portion sizes more reasonable. Then I became a Vegan and my recipes needed to be made over yet again. Now when I watch cooking shows, I automatically substitute seitan, tofu or tempeh for whatever “protein” the chef is using, non-dairy spread for butter, vegan cheese for dairy cheese, soymilk for cow’s milk, flaxseeds for eggs, whole wheat pastry flour for white flour….you get the idea.

Para mim, making recipes cruelty-free is fun and exciting. Honestamente, I don’t know why all those professional chefs on the reality cooking shows (Sim, I’m talking to you, Top Chef Masters!) got so bent out of shape when they had to prepare a delicious Vegan feast. You would think these “artists” would embrace the challenge to create new and different masterpieces to add to their gallery of fine cuisine. De qualquer maneira, I love Veganinzing recipes, almost as much as my husband, Tom, loves tasting them.

Since I enjoy savory a gazillion times more than sweet, I was excited to find a recipe for spicy chile-cheese muffins featured in the September 2009 questão da Everyday with Rachael Ray. Here is my Veganized version along with the nutritional information I obtained using one of those nifty online NI calculators.

Rhea’s Vegan Spicy Chile-Cheese Corn Muffins

2 ½ cups whole-wheat pastry flour (or you could use half flour/half corn meal)
1 Tbs. mais 2 TSP. fermento em pó
1 TSP. sal
½ colher de chá. pimenta de Caiena
1 milho copo congelado, descongelado (or fresh, if in season)
Um 4 oz. can diced roasted green chiles, drenado
¼-cup nutritional yeast
4 Tbs. grated vegan parmesan cheese (opcional; you could use just nutritional yeast)
¼ cup ground flax seeds
1 ½ -cup soymilk (or almond or whatever you like)
½-cup vegan mayonnaise
1/4 xícara de queijo cheddar vegan, ralado

Pré-aqueça o forno a 425 graus. Em uma tigela grande, whisk together the flour, fermento em pó, sal e pimenta caiena. Stir in the corn, chiles, levedura nutricional, linho, e 3 tbs. Parmesão.

Stir in the milk and mayonnaise. Add vegan cheddar cheese. Mix until batter is the right consistency. Nota: you may find you need more milk to get the batter to the right consistency. Whole-wheat pastry flour tends to need more liquid.

Spoon the mixture into non-stick muffin pans (you may want to spray a bit of oil here just to avoid stickage).

Asse por 15 atas, and then sprinkle with remaining 1 Tbs. Parmesão. Bake until golden brown, sobre 15 minutes more. Remove from muffin tins and let cool. Enjoy as is, warmed up with some vegan spread or even dunked in a rich, creamy mushroom gravy (o meu favorito).

You could also put the entire batter into a larger pan for a cornbread rather than muffins.

Nutritional Info: Faz 12 bolos.
Each muffin contains:
Calories: 161
Gordura: 6.7 g (O sat)
Sodium: 291 mg

Protein: 7g
Fiber 4.5g
Sugar 0.6g
Carb: 3.5g


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3 Responses to Makeover Vegan extrema: Spicy Chile Cheeze Muffin de milho Edição

  1. Maddy Avena Agosto 28, 2009 em 6:36 em #

    Go Rhea! I wonder if you could drop them as biscuits and then they would be smaller and less caloric. Hmmmm. May have to try that.
    Thanks for becoming a Body Tales follower too 🙂

  2. LibraryGuy Agosto 28, 2009 em 5:48 em #

    I just wanted to testify that these are GREAT muffins!

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