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Silicon muffin tins or metal?

Posted by Janet or Emma 
Re: Silicon muffin tins or metal?
March 12, 2018 07:50PM
Janet, I just wind strips of bacon into a Texas muffin pan, break an egg into each (prick the yolks), grated cheese, if you want it, salt & pepper/paprika. Cover with a paper towel and microwave on medium-low until done. I can't remember how long, it's a while since I've done them, but I probably did them for 2 minutes to start with and then in sets of extra 10 seconds until done. I have cut my 12-cup silicone Texas muffin pan in half so that I can fit 6 in the microwave at once, though I usually only do 2 for my lunch.
Re: Silicon muffin tins or metal?
March 14, 2018 02:38AM
Thanks. We try to have a main meal at lunch time, but I struggle to think of ideas for tea! Emma says thats what old people do, but I quite like the more relaxed evenings. Janet
Re: Silicon muffin tins or metal?
March 14, 2018 03:48PM
Old habits die hard and I still like my main meal in the evening even though I'm not old; I'm only 72! However, it has long been known that it is better to have your main meal at lunch time and something light in the evening so that you digestion isn't having to work hard during sleep hours. Makes sense to me, but I still can't envisage me tying up my day with lunch time cooking.
Re: Silicon muffin tins or metal?
March 15, 2018 10:59PM
Our hospital does this main at lunch thing, and it drives me mad. Poor women, up all night with a newborn baby and they are expected to go from 5pm - soup/sandwich until 8am - breakfast. We now have sandwiches provided for middle of the night snacks, but really, who wants to eat a tuna sandwich in the middle of the night?
Re: Silicon muffin tins or metal?
March 17, 2018 06:22PM
I can't imagine eating a tuna sandwich at any time! Tinned tuna - ugh!!
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