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What more can I say that hasn't been said already. These were great. My DH, who I don't think has ever had an english muffin, loves them! I did have to add 1T more flour but every thing else was perfect. The dough was easy to work with and fun. Thanks for this recipe.
I made them today and I will never buy store bought again. So easy to make! Couldn't get into town to get some cornmeal, (snowed in) but they didn't need it. I ate one hot off of the griddle and enjoyed every bite. I normally can't eat a whole one but there was no stopping me. These are not as heavy as the store bought ones and I really liked that. I am looking forward to my bacon and egger tomorrow morning and this weekend HELLO EGGS BENNI. I haven't had one of those in ages, the store bought muffins were always to heavy for me with the sauce. I used a wide mouth canning ring to cut the rounds and was able to get 11 muffins. I love this recipe and can't wait to play with some variations of it.
These were very very good my hubbhy loved them and keeps asking me to make more thanks
I can't believe how easy it was! Anyone can make bread but I never knew anyone could also make english muffins at home! I am so excited about this. Definitely will be making more and freezing them. I did the recipe exactly as it says the only thing I had to watch out for was hot spots on my cast iron griddle but once you get the hang of it it goes so fast and mmmmm so good!
Very good recipe! Will not have to buy English Muffins again. I made a whole batch of these and put some in the freezer. Will be making more!!! I used the tip of putting them on squares of parchment paper to rise and I used my electric griddle set to350. I cooked them till they were golden brown on both sides. I got 10 muffins out of this recipe. Thanks!!!
These came out perfectly! We loved them and have stocked a batch in the freezer even :)
Thank you for posting this recipe. Dh and I both love them. I make exactly as you have posted...and they are perfect imo. Well almost exactly, I use our goat's milk and our own eggs. I have actually made them twice and forgot to review, sorry. They are FANTASTIC and will recommend them to everyone. Thanks again.
These are amazing!! I added a bit of apple pie spice and some raisins. My only problem is they don't last long enough in my house... Anyone know if you can double the recipe?
What a revelation! And so easy! I rolled out the dough and used a big mug to cut out the muffins (I got 10). I cooked up the scraps while waiting for the rounds to rise and my hubby and I ate them hot out of the pan with butter and jam. Yum! It's going to be hard to buy them at the store again...