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I’ve had this hanging around in my data base for ages and I now wonder why I waited SO long to try it. Got the recipe from another boater who blogged about something or other (I honestly can’t remember what it was about…so long ago) and in the conversation he mentioned making English muffins. You mean in your boat oven I asked? Stove top was his answer. Well, said I. Please share! And he did and here I am well over a year later trying it out.
Too easy. The dough came together really well without all that shaggy sticky mess and gloppy hands that needed washing. With just a light dusting of flour on the counter it rolled out easily.
One of my grandkid’s drinking cups was the perfect size for cutting and I had a little left over to make a bread man…you know because isn’t that what Gramma’s do? I used parchment paper because it makes the clean up easier but it’s not really necessary if you don’t have any.
Now that I’ve discovered how easy this is, I can’t wait to make some Eggs Benedict. But in the meantime warm toasted English Muffins…proudly homemade…with swatch of creamy butter and drizzle of honey will warm our bellies.
For a little inspiration here are some of the Benny recipes I’ve made on the boat….but first you need to make yourself some real Hollandaise Sauce. Click on each picture for the link to the recipe.
Honey, unfiltered, unpasteurized and oh so good, courtesy of Millefleurs Apiary and Lavender Farm.