( or more)
1 1/2 teaspoons
cornmeal, to dust on bottom of muffins
- Start the dough cycle.
- When the cycle is finished.
- Sprinkle corn meal over your work area.
- Use your hands to pat the dough into a 1/2 inch thick.
- Turn the dough so that each side gets lightly coated with cornmeal.
- Cut into 8 to 10 rounds.
- An empty large tuna can works well When you run out of dough gather up the trimmings and cut more rounds. (I use a large mouth glass).
- Place the rounds on a baking sheet, cover and let rise for 20- 30 minutes--until not quite double.
- (Nuwave/Flavorwave Directions) - Once dough as risen, place in Nuwave/Flavorwave in round pan. Set the timer for 8 min on * 8 for temp or 80 % heat *. For theses you do no want to use hi heat, as they will brown to fast and will burn.
- Note: they will come out "puffy". I have left in traditional cooking if you want them "flatter". Either way they come out wonderful!
- Normal cooking directions: in frying pan, or on low flame. Cook on Medium heat for 7 minutes on each side. This will give the flat look for the English muffins.
- Heat a dry cast iron skillet or griddle over a low flame.
- (I do spray mine with Pam).
- Cook the muffins about 5 to 7 minutes on each side.
- They should be golden brown when you turn them.
- Split the muffins with a fork or serrated knife and serve warm.
- These freeze well and can be reheated in the microwave or toasted.
- Note: these will be "puffy" if made in the nuwave/flavorwave ovens. If you like the traditional ones, I have left the conventional cooking as well.