What does Sunday morning mean to you? To me, it means good food. Whether I’m visiting a friend, alone in a foreign city, or at home with my parents, I can’t start Sunday until I’ve had good food, gosh darnit. This morning, Mom Googled blueberry muffin recipes before I got up because after freezing two trays of Pungo blueberries, we still had about 5 cups of fresh blueberries left.
She decided to try this one: http://www.real-restaurant-recipes.com/Blueberry-Muffin.html And boy, so should you.
This recipe creates a savory blueberry muffin that you bake and then dip in melted butter and coat with sugar while still warm. So if you love a muffin with your salad at The Painted Lady (who doesn’t?), this muffin is for you – just skip the butter and sugar bit. The recipe also calls for sour cream … and we don’t really believe in a sour-creamless muffin. This muffin’s moist and fluffy and not nearly as dense as the sour cream coffee cake muffin by Ina Garten that we usually make. Our only criticism: though the recipe cites a baking time of 24 to 26 minutes, ours were done in precisely 17 minutes. Beware!
Bon Appetit and Happy Sunday!