Hopefully this blog will help other people be more self sufficient.
Oh My! You are making me hungry! I've got some lovely jam I just made that would really taste great on those English muffins!
Being English myself, I would like to humbly enquire "what other types of Muffin are there apart from English???"
Now you've done it! I'm starving for some home made bread.
your muffins look gorgeous do you have the recipe .... i will look in your recipe file...I just love my sourdough starter and got a ton of yeast packet from the fair when I entered they were giving them away to anyone who entered the baking competition....
Mmm I can smell the fresh bread from here!
Yes, the English muffin recipe should be on the recipe tab somewhere. I put it on there when I made them the first time. If you can't find it let me know and I will go through them and find it. It is probably in some of the first recipes. Mark, I don't know but muffins that I make in a muffin pan aren't called English and these are. Your country gets the flat bread muffins but I don't know anyone who doesn't love them.
I sure miss your bread. Maybe I'll get the ingredients this weekend and make some myself!
You could do it Samantha. The exact recipe is right here. http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/gold-medal-classic-white-bread/20967ff8-467c-4445-99b4-b3a97a554dd2The only think I don't do is roll up the dough. I just mash it into the pan.
I've been meaning to try my hand at making English muffins. The recipe has been taunting me from my To-Try section of the recipe card box for too long! Yours look lovely.
"Plain old..."? They look spectacular to me! Oh, to have fresh baked breads in the house!