Thursday, June 05, 2008

matcha nib muffins

We've gone into the rainy season here. Apparently it is 20 days early. Guess the weather will be wet for a couple of weeks. They predict the rainy season will end sometime in the middle of July.

Since I was still hankering for matcha, I decided to try a matcha muffin recipe. I used the basic recipe which I used to make these.

Instead of the 150 grams of flour, I used 140 grams of flour and 10 grams of matcha powder.

Adding a handful of nibs gave the muffin a nice texture, but added more bitterness to it.

This muffin was perfect with morning coffee.


Anonymous said...

Your matcha muffins sound great. We just bought a new package of matcha this past weekend at Shirokiya. Still figuring out what to make first....

Chibog in Chief said...

guess we are much luckier here in provence. the rain had finally stopped and we are FINALLY enjoying blue sky and sunny weather :-)

its unbelievable to imagine how we can practically use matcha in patisseries; from cakes, to muffins!! i love matcha muffins, perfect with hot coffee!!

have a great day kat!!

K and S said...

Can't wait to see what you will make, Lori!

Yes, you are lucky, Dhanggit. I think we will have more rain this weekend :(

Take care you two.

Thistlemoon said...

ohhhh, those look so delicious! I would love one right now!

2kamuela47 said...

looks so ono!

K and S said...

sure, Jenndz, come over with your cup of coffee :)

Thanks Laura!

Take care you two.

Barbara said...

How clever. I must try it matcha muffins. I hope Satoshi enjoyed his birthday. Have a great weekend Kat.

K and S said...

I hope you like them Barbara. And thank you, I think Satoshi had a nice birthday. You have a nice weekend too.

Take care.

Unknown said...

Hi Kat :)

Those muffins looked so good that I decided to try the recipe you posted back in Dec.07.

I made two batches: one with matcha and the other one with just the earl grey.

Well, both batches were fantastic! I took pictures and I'll be putting them up on my blog soon and put a link to the recipe on your blog.

Also, since most of my readers are from Italy, is it okay if I translate the recipe into Italian?

Kat, thank you for a wonderful recipe! And thank you for your beautiful blog which is always a great pleasure to read! :)


K and S said...

Hi Mari,

I would love for you to translate the recipe into Italian for your readers! I am also glad that you loved this recipe too :)

Although I cannot read your blog, I still enjoy looking at the photos :) though I don't always comment.

Take care.