Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Mere Attithi Series# 2 Eggless Walnut Muffins

Most of us are aware of the versatile blogger who churns out amazing recipes and  at the rate that amazes me!
Have you tried her recipe index? The lady is amazing. Once in a bid to reduce my bookmarked recipes, I did not bookmark her pasta recipe and when I tried hunting for it when I needed it I was lost. Just lost!!

Who am I talking about? My guest for today is...none other than Priya Suresh the driving force behind the blog  Priya's Versatile Recipes!!

Priya is basically from Pondicherry a beautiful city in South India. Predominant in its French Culture, but currently she lives in one of the most romantic cities Paris, France.

Priya’s love for food is apparent in her versatile blog not only Indian Cuisine but also bakes and fusion recipes are her forte. Like most of us her love for food and the thought of having them all in one place had her blogging. We should thank her friend for the lovely lovely idea. Now Priya has been blogging from 2008 yes her blog baby will be 4 years soon. 

 Now Priya’s family support and appreciate the creativity that Priya has.  So is this the end of Priya’s creativity? No she has a blog where she has posted her craft but she has not updated it lately but I am sure it’s also as versatile as her food.

What are her favourites on her blog ? Well they are  Mango Rasgullas and Lychee Badam Kheer and her grandma’s signature dish Vennai Puttu,   but the maximum hits are on Chocolate Yogurt Cake.

The best thing is Priya has said she will not stop blogging at all. So on this cheery note let’s all drool over her delicious guest post.


2cups All purpose flour
1/2cup Sugar
1/4cup Butter
1/4cup Oil (sunflower or canola)
1cup Buttermilk
1/4cup Walnuts (grounded as fine powder)
1tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
1tsp Vanilla extract
2tbsp Chopped walnuts

Preheat the oven to 350F.Sieve the flour with baking soda and baking powder, add the walnut powder, mix and keep aside.

Beat the sugar, butter and oil until the sugar gets well dissolved, immediately add the buttermilk, and vanilla extract, whisk everything well.

Gradually add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients, mix it well with a spatula, batter will be quite thick but don’t over mix the batter, else ur muffins will turn hard.

Drop enough batter to the silicon muffin tray and bake for 20-25minutes until a skewer inserted comes out clean.

Enjoy with a cup of tea.

Thanks Priya for the lovely guest post!!  They are delicious!!!
Here is the link to my first post in the series



  1. Always Marvel at Priya's tenacity and ability to keep whipping up recipes - She is truly an inspiration to all of us - Wonderful post Archana :)

  2. delicious looking muffins :)

  3. Hi Archana ,

    Muffins Looks Delicious !!!

    Neat presentation :))

    Requesting your regular support to me Dear..


  4. Hi Archana and Priya.. how are you both doing- congrats for this authentic guest post-
    eggless it is and i love the walnuts too.
    Archana, i like your style, you have made a very interesting intro of Priya's culinary skills, which i am taking note as well... thank you both and have a nice day

  5. Nice guest post & glad to read about Priya more....
    Amy-Food Corner

  6. I agree that Priya has some amazing recipes to share !!
    Lovely post Archana!

  7. Delicious Muffin,luks gr8!

  8. Wonderful and inviting muffins...

  9. Yummy walnut muffins... Thanks for sharing something about Priya.. If anything new I wanna try will first check in her blog only...

  10. Priya is one of the bloggers I admire...I admire the way she posts recipes everyday without fail..and hat's off to her innovativeness

  11. tats nice. soft n spongy :)

  12. Anything eggless while baking is always welcomed.. Thanks for sharing this recipe.....

  13. I salute that lady !! Priya is our source of inspiration...am amazed by her innovative recipes sometimes..

  14. Priya is a wonderful blogger who is so hardworking and innovative :) muffins look so soft n yum..nice to know more abt Priya :)

  15. Hi Arhana,

    Its very true, Priya is like an encyclopedia of recipes. I m just awestruck by her enthusiasm and energy to keep on trying new dishes and posting them.........


  16. yummy muffins...
    do visit and join my space in your free time..

    Shabbu's Tasty Kitchen

  17. Thanks a lot Archana, am so excited and happy to go through the intro you have written about me, loving it. Thanks for giving me an opportunity for making this wonderful guest post.

  18. Priya is an inspiration...i am amazed by her ability to cook so creatively...yummy muffins.


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