These are made from the recipe posted by Jeremy (THANKS!!)
...here is a English muffin recipe I had from school, I know you like those nooks and cranny's!
161g bread flour
Instead of 87g plain flour, I used spelt . I haven't computed the hydration but it's a pretty wet dough, so I baked them in a muffin tin. A very good muffin...but I WANT BILL'S HOLES!! Bill...takes 3 tries, does it?
Only dried berries I can find here is CRANberries. I'm going to have it with......BANANAS!!! and kaya, a local egg/coconut milk jam, and the kids will want to sprinkle it with brown sugar.
[b]kaya, a local egg/coconut milk jam[/b]
Ah lovely TP
I am sure you have a recipe for that too!
Could you please post it in the appropriate section of this wonderful forum?
TP, first clue. Cake muffins are cooked in a muffin tin, "English Muffins" are first cooked in a frying pan, before going into the oven for a very short time.
Big sigh. I see. Jeremy did tell me that..but I was too chicken to try. I'll definitely try this again. Tasted wonderful.
TP we forgive you, just go with it next time nd you wil get those holes!
just go with it next time nd you wil get those holes!
good idea, meanwhile I walk to my record player playing DJ and put FZ's Bongo Fury on...
but I WANT BILL'S HOLES!! Bill...takes 3 tries, does it?
just to make you mad i'm going to bake those and get HUGE holes in first go
....as if you've got a chance in a blazing oven. Bets?
I miss some dried berries..