Thursday, 26 March 2015

English Muffin Toasting Bread

They say man can not live by bread alone, but I make a good attempt to do so. I was raised by a bread-a-holic family, so I am always looking for new recipes. This one comes from The King Arthur Flour Blog and is called English Muffin Toasting Bread. 


When I read the description of this bread I knew I had to give it a try:

'A purely mix-it-slap-in-the-pan-bake-and-eat-it loaf!'


The only unusual ingredient needed to make this loaf is corn meal for dusting the inside of the pan.  You could use  semolina if you have that in your cupboard or simply dust the pan with plain flour.


You don't have to knead this dough, just follow the instructions and use the paddle attachment of a good, heavy mixer.  Slap the dough into the pan...


Wait an hour for it to rise... and bake!
 

Best of all, the RECIPE FOR ENGLISH MUFFIN TOASTING BREAD has a handy conversion button so you can bake it American style using cup measurements or European style using ounces or grams.  


Now let's get out the butter and jam and have some toast!   
PS:  Click HERE for the recipe...enjoy!

5 comments:

  1. Oh my - looks scrumptious. Is there any left?

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  2. That looks like a lovely loaf.

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  3. One of the (many) odd things about moving from the US to the UK was discovering that it's easier to buy English muffins in New York than it is in Cornwall.

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  4. A former co-worker of mine used to bring in english muffin bread that his mom had made for him when he visited and he brought some in to share one time. I fell in love....with the bread, not him! He was kind enough to share it with me each time when his mom gave him a loaf! I will have to give this one a try! Yum-o!

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