- Peel the onions and cut them into thin feathers. Heat the butter in a frying pan and fry the onion until it is soft and lightly browned. Set aside 24 beautiful feathers separately, they will be used to decorate the muffins on top.
- Mix the dry ingredients together, adding the nuts at the end - you can add the whole nuts or chop them thick; you can also use nuts in small pieces.
- Separately, in another vessel, mix the wet ingredients: eggs, oil, pumpkin puree and yogurt; beat lightly with a whisk.
- Add the fried onion to the wet ingredients and mix (save the feathers separately for later use).
- Cut the cheese into small cubes.
- Combine wet and dry ingredients and mix briefly and not thoroughly - just to combine the ingredients, do not mix too long.
- Spread the dough in muffin cups and sprinkle the grated Parmesan cheese and nut flakes on top
- On top of each muffin, place 2 feathers of fried onion and 1 walnut, sprinkle with dried thyme.
- Put in a preheated oven and bake for 20 minutes at 200 degrees.
- After baking, let it cool slightly - you can serve it warm or after it has completely cooled down
- If you are serving on the next day, you can reheat it before serving. They taste just as good at room temperature.
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Author of the recipe and photo: Zuzanna Mann
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