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I love making crumpets (instead of crumpet rings I use metal biscuit cutters spr…

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I love making crumpets (instead of crumpet rings I use metal biscuit cutters sprayed with nonstick spray), but it’s tricky to get the tunnels… to have the bubbles break through the surface without the batter filling them in again, at a temperature that doesn’t make them burn on their bottoms. If anyone has any crumpet making tips I’d love to hear them! (They’re still delish, esp with butter and Lyle’s Golden Syrup.)

17 thoughts on “I love making crumpets (instead of crumpet rings I use metal biscuit cutters spr…

  1. What about putting down a piece of parchment first, then near the end sliding it out to get it browned on the bottom. Might need a couple layers of parchment to avoid burning…never tried it, just thinking.

  2. Oh I have the same problem when making crumpets! I havent yet figured out how to get those bubbles to set nicely on top. Thinning my batter helped a little (easier for the bubbles to make it to the top) but still havent made the perfect one.

  3. I love crumpets. I had a boyfriend who was nicknamed crumpet – I married him, but after 52 years I should perhaps learn how to make them!

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