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  • 150 grams plain flour
  • 200 grams water
  • 1/2 teaspoons salt
  • 1/2 teaspoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoons dried instant yeast
  • 1 teaspoons baking powder
  • 6
    Preparation 25min
  • 7
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Insert Butterfly.

    Add flour, water and salt. Beat for 1 min / speed 4.

    Add yeast, sugar and baking powder. Beat for a futher 30 seconds / speed 4.

    Remove butterfly. Put mixture somewhere warm for 20 minutes.

    Using a fry pan on medium high heat and greased egg rings (alternatively you could use an opened pie maker) add mixture and cook for approximately 5 minutes. If the top is a little raw looking, just flip it and cook the top.

    Either serve immediately, or pop in the toaster to serve.

    Makes about 6-8 crumpets.

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  • What a hit these were. Me and my 7 year old...

    Submitted by newzealousmusic on 21. August 2021 - 09:31.

    What a hit these were. Me and my 7 year old (stepdaughter) enjoyed cooking these up for our big family of 6. We used the pie maker, started off with 2 tablespoons into each spot, but then upped the mixture to 3/4 full for a thicker crumpet. 8 mins on one side, then 2 mins flipped to brown the top.

    We doubled the ingredients, and got 20 in the pie maker, next time I will try them on the fry pan with egg rings. Would be great to get a bigger size so the 4 kids dont feel they need to have 5 each lol, well they are so yummy.

    From the taste, I could see myself using the same recipe and making steamed buns, could fill them with pork, or chop suey.. endless options

    Enjoy making these and eating them up!

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  • As my very first try at making crumpets, I found...

    Submitted by Pam Moffat on 1. August 2020 - 09:18.

    As my very first try at making crumpets, I found these really easy to make and it was a reasonable quantity - it made 7. I cooked them all in a pancake maker, the first batch in oil, without rings, for my vegan adult child and the next lot with rings and butter. Super tasty

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