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Fox Run Set of Four English Muffin Rings
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- Set Of Four Metal Rings
- 3 3/4 Inch Diameter X 1 Inch Deep
- Rolled Edges
- Tin-Plated Steel
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|Dimensions||8.12 inches x 1 inches x 8.12 inches||3.5 inches x 0.5 inches x 3.5 inches||x x||0.5 inches x 15.75 inches x 11 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.25 pounds||0.3 pounds||0.6 pounds||0.95 pounds|
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450g Bread Flour
1x7g sachet of yeast
1 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
1. Warm the milk and water together slightly.
2. Place all the ingredients into a bowl and beat until smooth (1-2 minutes)
3. Leave to double in size.
4. Grease a heavy frying pan or griddle, and the muffin rings. Put the rings on top then heat up on stove, half fill with mixture.
5. Maintaining a moderate heat, cook for 5 mins until the mixture bubbles
6. Reduce the heat until bubbles have burst.
7. Turn the crumpets over and cook for another 2 minutes.
8. Serve hot with butter and jam.
9. If allowed to cool, toast before serving.
The mixed ingredients doubled in size as stated in recipe and there was enough to make 13 crumpets. I'm posting 3 pictures, of various stages of making them. They taste exactly the same as the ones I used to buy in the UK.
The mix stuck on the rings a little while cooking, and it was a bit tricky trying not to burn my fingers (when I took them off) but I managed OK. They probably would have been easier to get off, if I used cooking spray instead of greasing them with margarine.
The rings are just the right size. I hand washed them and they cleaned up OK. No rusting. I'm glad I bought two sets, otherwise they would have taken much longer to make.
In my opinion the R&M rings make much better English muffins than Fox Run or Norpro, because the R & M's are about 1/4" taller than Fox Run and 3/4" taller than Norpro. Taller rings allow you to use a wet-enough batter to get those wonderful nooks and crannies, while keeping the batter from spilling over the sides as it rises during cooking. The extra height of the R & M brand can be especially important/helpful if you are using a gluten free recipe. The Norpros are good but are smaller diameter as well as being the shortest height. With the shorter rings like Fox Run and Norpro, you will need to more carefully watch the wetness of your batter and the amount you put in the ring, to avoid spilling over during rising/cooking.
My experience with these rings has been ok. What can you say about English Muffin rings. They're cylindrical strips of metal meant to hold soft dough or batter while it's cooking. Now, granted, I may not be the world's best cook, but I sure don't need a cylinder cut from a slice of case-hardened steel pipe to hold a little blob of gooey dough. And I don't throw my cookware into harsh chemical cleaners to soak, nor do I throw dishes or implements labeled "For best results, wash by hand" into the dishwasher and hope they won't corrode, and then scream "AAAAAuugh, it RUSTED!!".
I mean come on, people. These are muffin/crumpet rings.Read more ›
I found these rings to work amazingly better than the 'muffin top pan' for gluten free hamburger buns. There is really no comparison between the two: the rings work and the pan didn't. Plus the rings are compact, easy to store, and extremely lightweight. Get 'em.
I never wash the rings, especially not in the dishwasher, but wipe them clean with a paper towel. If they are properly sprayed, the muffins will fall right out and can be turned over. I am developing a recipe for sweet yeast pastry to be cooked in the rings on the griddle. It saves more energy than turning on the oven.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
when I bought this item some of them were broken I got a replacement no problemPublished 1 day ago by terri bamford
Have used these rings multiple times and still work perfectly. Washes well in dishwasher and will keep forever, make sure to store flat or on top in order to not have them warp by... Read morePublished 3 days ago by T. Ehli
Used them to make english muffins and cook eggs. Work as expected.Published 3 days ago by Sandi. Mchugh
1 of 8 rings had pulled apart at joint ... hope the rest hold up betterPublished 17 days ago by Mike Woodward
Bought these 12/29/15. It's now 7/2/16 and one has fallen apart. They work well when they're not broken, but the quality isn't good enough for them to last. Read morePublished 25 days ago by PA Mom