Had a very tough time getting this out of my bread machine pan. There is no fat at all in this recipe, don't know if that was the reason. Very misshapen after having to pry it out. Wonder if I should have sprayed the pan . Have been using my machine for years (over 13) and never had this happen before.
Member since: Aug 31, 2013
Caroline41 August 31, 2013 REVIEW:
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!