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Easy, All-Natural English Muffins PDF Print E-mail
Written by s/v Kaleo   

I’ve started embracing my inner “Betty Crocker” lately and have decided to learn to cook at least three things from scratch while cruising. First up, English Muffins.


English Muffins fresh from the oven


What we like most about these bready treats are they’re really tasty, are all-natural (no preservatives) and are easily made with on-board ingredients and don’t require milk nor eggs (semi-precious commodities out here).

  • 1 Tsp Honey (or Agave Nectar) in 1 Cup of warm water
  • 1 TBSP Yeast
  • 1/4 Cup Oil
  • 2 Tsp Salt
  • 3 Cups Flour (we use 1.5 cup of whole wheat and 1.5 cups of white)

Stir all above ingredients together

  • Mix and knead until smooth
  • Roll out to 1 inch thick
  • Cut to desired size (we press out the muffins using a standard cup rim)
  • Sprinkle top and bottom lightly with corn meal
  • Double pan fry (spray olive oil in pan and cook each side on low heat)
  • After they cool, Fork pierce each muffin to create signature “nooks and crannies”
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