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November 13, 2009


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Oh, I've been waiting for this one! I may try it. Hope a nonstick skillet works, as I have no griddle.

Barbara:  Art and Barb Live in Italy!

Jerry, I 'd be tempted to add a teaspoon of baking soda to the batter just before you put it on the griddle to get those nooks and crannies!


Wow -- those do look good, and not impossibly difficult!

Baked Alaska

I've never made these either. Looks like something new to try. I don't have a griddle either, so it will have to be a skillet for me also. Mmm, English muffins with home-made raspberry jam. Maybe I need to go to the kichen right now.


Your English muffins look great! I may have to give them a try.


I'll try with the baking powder and report back.

The flavour is so good - none of those chemicals that are in the store bought ones.


Okay, I FINALLY ate all the other English muffins so I tried this recipe. It's so much easier than the other two recipes I tried! I did add about 1/2 tsp of baking SODA to the batter just before I cooked them, but I can't say the finished product has a lot of nooks and crannies. Maybe next time I'll up it to 1 tsp just to see if there's any difference. Other than that, this is a great recipe - thanks for sharing it!


Barbara - I also found that if I got the griddle REALLY hot there were far more nooks and crannies . . .

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