Thursday, July 2, 2009

Bread Baker’s Apprentice: CHALLENGE #12 English Muffins

WOW, this was the most fun, the tastiest and greatest recipe yet. It was so quick, so easy and such great results. YEHA!
Here are the English Muffins rising! There was a prior rise too! I added the amount of liquid listed plus added 1 tablespoon. Your addition of liquid may be different due to humidity, age of flour, type of flour etc. :)
Here they are frying. Next time I would do without the vegetable oil in the pan. Could taste it a touch and don't need it with a Teflon pan. The electric pan works perfect as they are all cooked at the same temp and can be done all at the same time.
I fried them 5 on each side and baked for 6! :)

Cooling!
"S" anyone? LOL!
Crumb!
Crumb again! Will definitely make these again and again.


27 comments:

  1. Never made these, but I love "English" muffins. Yours look great, looking forward to doing them.

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  2. Go susie! Great job again! I can't WAIT to make these! You should bring them along on your road trip!

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  3. guysnape,
    Thanks! I love them too. You will so enjoy making them. :)
    Susie

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  4. twoskinnyjenkins,
    :) Thanks! You will really enjoy doing these.
    I won't have room for any extras. On a Harley we will be glad to get our clothes packed. :) I'll have to make them again when I get back.
    Susie

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  5. Awesome looking English muffins Susie. Love the peanut butter and jelly S's..lol

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  6. Hi Mags,
    What peanut butter and jelly S's??? Someone must have ate the evidence. LOL.
    Thanks. You will love this recipe,
    Susie

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  7. Wow, the English muffins look great. I love each and every one of your S creations.:)

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  8. Oggi,
    Thanks! I LOVED making these and will make them often I'm sure. Can't wait to see everyone else's. :)
    Susie

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  9. Fabulous.
    I get the idea these are really going to be winners and get most everybody's vote.

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  10. That really does look great - and you've got those lovely nooks and crannies in the crumb! can't wait to try this.

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  11. MyKitchenInHalfCups,
    THANKS! :)
    Yup, these are awesome.
    Susie

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  12. Arundathi,
    Thanks! You will so enjoy this recipe. :)
    Susie

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  13. Thanks! Have you ever done English Muffins?
    Susie

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  14. Wow! They look so... professional! Wonderful job. I can't wait to try these myself.!

    Rebecca

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  15. Rebecca,
    Thanks! They were the most fun yet. :) You will so enjoy these.
    Susie

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  16. Love making English Muffins and I love making English Muffin Bread too.

    Great job!

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  17. Michelle,
    :) Thanks! It was so much fun and my first time trying the muffins. I have tried bread and that is good too.
    Appreciate the comment,
    Susie

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  18. Your english muffins look great! I've made these before and can't wait to make them again.

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  19. pinkstripes,
    Thanks, it was my first time but not my last. :)
    Susie

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  20. Excellent muffins! Great job! I can't wait to make them.

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  21. The Missing Piece,
    Thanks, they were a blast to make. Have fun,
    Susie

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  22. Great S picture. =) I think I'm going to use my electric griddle when I get to this recipe. Thanks for the tip--it's non-stick, so I probably won't bother with any oil when I cook them.

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  23. oh my god you are baking like crazy!!!! i love to read your blog, have a good time!!

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  24. Beautiful Susie, I am putting a link to your post on my English Muffin Blog Post.

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  25. Di,
    Thanks so much. Ya don't use oil. :)

    Nico,
    It will be nice to get back to baking. Thanks.
    Susie

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