Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Kenny Rogers' Corn Muffins

Kenny Rogers' Corn Muffins

Thanks to the recent popular 7-link tag game, and i got to know this Kenny Roger's Corn muffins at Kitchen Flavours's blog as this muffin is her most popular post.




Kenny Rogers' Corn Muffins



I'm glad that I can use the cornmeal for this recipe which already sitting in the fridge for quite some time. I replaced the frozen yellow corns with fresh corn kernels but this was not an good idea, the corn turned quite hard after baked.

Kenny Rogers' Corn Muffins




Kenny Rogers' Corn Muffins
Recipe souce: adapted from Kitchen Flavours, original from recipe.goldmine.com, with minor changes

Ingredients :
Kenny Rogers' Corn Muffins125g butter, softened
80g caster sugar
1/4 cup honey ( reduce about 1 tablespoon from the 1/4 cup)
2 eggs
1/2 teaspoon salt
200g all-purpose flour
3/4 cup yellow cornmeal
1/2 teaspoon baking powder (I changed to double action baking powder)
1/2 cup milk
3/4 cup frozen yellow corn ( I use fresh corn kernels)

Method
1. Cream together butter, sugar and salt in a mixing bowl till light and creamy.
2. Add honey and egg, combine well.
3. Add flour, cornmeal and baking powder and blend thoroughly.
4. Add milk while mixing.
5. Last add corn to the mixture and combine until corn is worked in.
6. Grease a 12 cup muffin pan and fill each cup with batter.
7. Bake at pre-heated oven at 180c for 25min.







Kenny Rogers' Corn Muffins



54 comments:

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Your muffins are blooming nicely. Just the way a good muffin should be.
I think I might be the weird one.
I always leave behind those corn muffins whenever I eat Kenny Rogers.

Dzoli said...

Yes your muffins look greta.I make corn cajke simialr but never thought of corn muffin:)

Anonymous said...

Hi, yr cup is refer to how many ml or grams?

Mel said...

wooo.....I never had this before. Look at that texture so moist and I know it is already good to eat. Lovely!

Sherleen.T said...

yeah, your muffins are blooming so well..next time no need to go Kenny Rogers already, because we have Sonia's muffin recipe...haha

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

中秋过了,我也要收拾心情做蛋糕了:)

kitchen flavours said...

Your muffin looks great and beautiful! Did not know that fresh corn would turn hard! Thank you for the mention! I did not know you have a teenage daughter as well! :)

Cuisine Paradise said...

Other than chocolate muffin this corn muffin is another all-time favourite for my son. And yours sure look great!!!!! Going to try your recipe too :) Thanks.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Gonna try it out one of the day!!!

Pink Lady said...

You know, love kenny roger's corn muffin so much!! Thanks for sharing this, i will definately give it a try. BTW, what is cornmeal? A kind of flour?

Kitchen Corner said...

I always wonder how to make the Kenny Rogers muffins as it's one of my favorite muffin which I don't know how to make it. Thanks for sharing this recipe, I wish I have time to try it out. Cheers!

Radhika said...

What an inviting color for a muffin. Looks very spongy.

Mel said...

Sonia, are we able to get cornmeal here locally? Does the Cake ingredients shop sell cornmeal? I have not come across that? I would like to try to bake this corn muffin

Shaheen said...

Oh wow, your corn muffins look fantastic. Like a sandcastle - fab.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Mel, I can't get cornmeal at the usual bakery shop too and this was given by my SIL who brought back from UK. But you can try to search in Cold storage or Jaya Grocery or Poon Huat in Singapore. Hope this help.

Xinmei @ Pudding Pie Lane said...

I have never baked with cornmeal but I've always wanted to - it looks delicious!

Hei said...

I baked such muffin once but the muffin turned very dry the next day. May be can put the blame on the recipe I used. :-p. I shall try your recipe else my balance cornmeal will sit in my kitchen forever. :-)

Tks for ur sharing.

Hei

Jane Chew said...

u remind me on kenny roger. Almost forget this at all :) So long dint heard abt this restaurant already. I think both my kids dint even step in the restaurant at all. My girl will love this as she like corn so much. Will ask her to give this a try.

ICook4Fun said...

Like Wendy I am never a fan of corn muffins. I find them too dry but yours looks really moist and soft. Do you think it will be better to add cream of corn rather than corn kernels?

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Gert, I am actually thinking to add cream of corn if next time I bake again but try to remove the juice as much as possible.

张玉燕--Yoke-Yin said...

I love corn muffin that I can have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. :-)

Anncoo said...

Your corn muffin looks so good. Very nice clicks! Will try this recipe one day :)

lena said...

this is such a great looking muffin, embarrased to say that i have not tried kenny roger's muffin before ):

Min said...

I always love muffins from Kenny Rogers, especially their Vanilla Muffin. I hope can try yours as soon as possible, but need to get the corn-meal ready first, are you using the coarse one or the one like powder?

busygran said...

I love the yellow hue of the muffins! Good to go with a cup of tea!

Quay Po Cooks said...

Sonia, we eat corn muffin and corn bread with bean soup. Try it, it is a great combo! You muffin looks good. Mel, you can get corn meal from Village Grocers, Jaya Grocers, Ampang Store and Hock Choon. The corn meal stocks in Cold Storage is not consistent.

Barefeet In The Kitchen said...

I've never eaten at a Kenny Rogers. Your muffins look great though. Sorry to hear that fresh corn didn't work out better, but they still turned out beautifully!

Dmarie said...

oh, they look GOOD! thanks for sharing!!

ninazsyafinaz said...

Hello...whoaa these muffins look yummy...I gonna give a try too..Thank you for sharing.:)

aipi said...

Beautifully made muffins, I can eat 3 in one go :))
USMasala

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Muffin raised well and comes out perfect...healthy muffins,luks cute:)

tigerfish said...

I remember I first tasted corn muffins in kenny rogers :p

Amelia's De-ssert said...

Beautiful & delicious muffin. yum yum

Mimosa said...

I always like the Kenny Rogers muffin - vanilla. Must try to bake when I can find the corn meal. Thanks for sharing.

蓝色小厨 said...

Thank you sharing this tasty muffin...i like the golden colour!!

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Hi Sonia! Oh I have a lot of cornmeal too, and don't know what to do with it. It sounds like this is a great recipe to use for! These muffins look really delicious.

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

Ur muffins looks tempting and delicious too:)

Mel said...

Thanks Sonia & Quaypo for telling me where to get cornmeal! Great!

Yummy Bakes said...

Yours muffins look good.

Ah Tze said...

Like your muffins for blooming so high!

Rita said...

One of my favourites! Your muffins look perfectly puffed and pretty golden :-)

choi yen said...

The only reason attract me go KR is the muffin :P

Elin said...

Sonia...your muffins blooms well :) you use double action baking powder? reason ? haha I will use that too if it gives the muffins such a nice bloom . Try steaming the corn first before you shack them from the cob, it will not be hard then after baking :)

tanja said...

Sonia, your muffins look so pretty and tempting! Have a lot of cornmeal at home, so I will try this recipe tomorrow! Thank you so much for sharing!

kitchen flavours said...

Hi Sonia,
Just to let you know, you can buy the cornmeal from the bakery ingredient store. I bought mine from Bake with Yen at Puchong. :)

daphne said...

I think kenny rogers found its competition with this good looking muffins! To think I have not tasted them yet. Well, soon I hope I have a chance ;)

Jessie@小紅紅與大藍藍的小天地 said...

Oh yummy, I'm salivating by looking at your muffins! I love Kenny Rogers chicken! Havent been visited it for such a long long time but luckily when we went back to M'sia for a month of holidays in Mar/Apr, I was able to try their chicken again!

divya said...

look awesome. Excellent preparation.

neyeeloh said...

I've never eaten corn muffin before, must try try, I bet kids sure love it ^_^

pigpigscorner said...

I used to go to Kenny Roger's just for this! yummy!

My Little Space said...

Guess what! I've been looking for a good kenny roger's corn muffins for quite some time. And thank you for sharing this. I love kenny roger's muffun. I prefer to use cream corn than corn kennel. It tastes softer. Thanks again.
Kristy

Anonymous said...

can you let me know where to buy cornmeal in KL ?

Megan Nicole said...
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Megan Nicole said...

Good job posting this recipe, this one really reminds me of a recipe called corn muffins recipe. I'ma try this one for breakfast.

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