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I made the dough for these in a bread machine on the dough cycle. After it was done, I broke the dough into 12 little balls, flattened them out, and cooked them on an electric griddle set at 325 degrees. They were so good that I have made them twice since. And SOO EASY! I love my ABM! Anyway. I did heed AW about the denseness, and used a whole packet of yeast (2 1/4 t. ) And they came out with all of the nooks and crannies that the store bought ones do' Honestly, before these, I thought english muffins where supposed to be a bit stale! LOL. I will never buy another. If you have problems with these, check the date on your yeast, and yes, do cook them on the stove top in a skillet, or on an electric griddle.
This was my first time making English muffins, and this recipe made it simple enough, while still explaining. I used a griddle (like what I use for pancakes) and they turned out well. I also added 3 t. cinnamon and some raisins. Fun to make!
These came out more "biscuit-y" for me - could definitely be operator error. I'm going to try English Muffins (Bread Machine Method). and see if I fare better.
These were easy to make and taste great! I wasn't so sure though on the cooking method. I noticed other reviewers did theirs differently. I did mine in the oven and didn't quite have the texture of an english muffin. I will definitely try the griddle method next time. These are a keeper!
This was delicious and a lot simpler than I thought it would be. I just used my cast iron skillet on top of the stove and turned out perfect. Thanks!
These were outstanding. I did not however cook them over a burner or on a stone. I baked them in the oven till just golden. Everyone enjoyed these. I loved how soft and fluffy they were!
DH made these last night. They were big and delicious! Thank you for posting.
Like Allison Williams Am puzzled with baking/cooking instructions for this recipe No 16755 and that Temprature 350 Deg? Sirder
These were rather unfortunate. I tried to follow the recipe, but there wasn't nearly enough liquid to get a dough to form. And are these supposed to bake in the oven or cook on the stovetop? I tried them on the stovetop, as that seems to be the convention in most of the English Muffin recipes on this site, but after 20 minutes, they were still dense and doughy in the middle. On a positive note, they did smell wonderful. I'll definitely try again, just with a different recipe.