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Limited Edition Recipe
What goes better with a morning cuppa than a classic English muffin? Contrary to what the name suggests, English muffins are neither English nor muffins. They got their start in the United States (albeit invented by a Brit living abroad) and are a thinner version of a typical British crumpet. English muffins quickly took their origin point, New York City, by storm, followed by the rest of the country.
Today, you’ll see sweet and savory varieties on menus across the nation. Their spongey texture is perfect for soaking up butter and jam. But you can also enjoy them as egg sandwiches, with cold cuts, you name it — the English muffin world is your oyster.
Here’s the scoop:
Country of origin: USA / UK
Yields: 15 English Muffins
Cook time: 45 minutes active + 2 hours proofing
Difficulty level: Intermediate
Bāke within: 3 months
What you’ll need to bring to the table:
This recipe contains dairy and eggs