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Raisin Muffins

Release Date: 17-12-2007
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I wanted to make muffins for a long time, but I had to wait because I did not have a bowl. We went to Tahtakale on Saturday and finally got a muffin cup.

We wandered around, it's been a long time since I breathed that old-fashioned air. While we were getting married, we had done a lot of shopping and spent most of our time there, but after we got married, I didn't have many opportunities. I recommend it to all of you, a place where you can find the most suitable of everything you are looking for.

My muffins were not bad for a first try :)




  • 2 eggs (kept at room temperature)
  • 4 coffee cups granulated sugar
  • 2 coffee cups oil (corn germ if possible)
  • 2 cups of yogurt
  • 6 coffee cup flour
  • 1 package baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon ginger
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • Raisins soaked in 1 glass of hot water



  1. Preheat the oven to 170 degrees. Beat eggs, oil and sugar with a mixer at high speed until they turn white.
  2. Add yogurt, flour, baking powder, cinnamon and ginger to it and whisk all the ingredients.
  3. Finally, add the raisins and mix with the help of a spoon.
  4. Place muffin papers in muffin molds and distribute the cake mix evenly in the cups. (You can put a walnut on it and decorate it.)
  5. Bake the muffins until they are browned, swollen or even cracked. (You can tell if the inside is cooked with the help of a toothpick.)


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  • On November 01, 2013 at 21:56 PM

    Hello, you said that adding milk will make it lighter, but what should the amount of milk be?

  • On April 28, 2010 at 09:44 PM

    Coffee cup Turkish coffee or Nescafe? Can you give the measurement in grams? I want to make cakes that are as light as feathers, but the cakes I make are firm and hard. I couldn't find a way. I will also try the ones on your site. Do you have a tip for lightly textured cakes?

    • On April 28, 2010 at 13:09 PM

      I always put milk in the cakes, but I can't cook. But since I love making cakes, I will keep trying. Also, while making muffins in foreign sites, they mix dry and wet ingredients separately and then mix them. Maybe that will work too. Thank you for your interest.

  • March 12, 2009 at 12:02

    Hello Funda, one of those turbo ones with stove in my oven, that happened to me a few times. Maybe it's because of the muffin cup you use or, as you said, from the oven. For such fluffy muffins, you should whisk the ingredients abundantly and put them in the oven, which has reached the temperature of 170-180 degrees without waiting. Also, try baking the muffin pan by placing it on one side of the middle compartment and centering it on the grill. I hope you get the results you want…Loves…

  • March 12, 2009 at 11:05

    The muffins I make do not rise upwards, but rather sideways. Your muffins are very fluffy. Is there anything you do in particular? It's about the oven, I guess. Mine is just a turbo powered oven.


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