Hi, Could you please verify that 1/2 teaspoon of Fast Rise Yeast is the correct amount for this recipe? Thank you and thank you for all of the wonderful recipes.
CDKitchen Staff Reply: The typical ratio of fast/instant yeast to active dry is 1:4 so 1/2 teaspoon of fast rise should be correct. Also, none of the other reviews indicate a problem with any quantities so you should be ok to use that amount.
Gramma Bunny August 9, 2013 REVIEW:
Not only is this exactly like English muffins, but the preparation time is done in lightning speed.
K December 27, 2011 REVIEW:
delicious! I didn't have dry milk so I used buttermilk powder instead. turned out great & so tasty. great texture! will make this again. thanks.
Guest Foodie June 30, 2011 REVIEW:
great bread - have trouble not eating whole loaf when it is warm - how is the calorie cout determined though? how many slices should there be?
Guest Foodie January 23, 2011 REVIEW:
I really wanted to bake a loaf today but had limited items in my pantry. This recipe fit the bill and made a wonderful loaf of tasty, crusty bread. I set my machine to med crust and drizzled with olive oil at the end of the rise cycle. I must admit that the only baking soda I had in the house was already deodorizing the fridge, so I used 1/2 tsp of baking powder in its place. It didn't make the loaf bitter at all, but it seemed like it needed a bit more salt. I can't wait to try it again with the right ingredients. This recipe is a keeper for sure!