What are crumpets?
Hailing from England, they are just like a cross between an English muffin and sandwiches. Their distinguishing characteristic is the surface that is riddled with holes that allow the butter to permeate from top to bottom.
The surface features a unique virtually "spongy" feel, but it is quite fluffy inside, exactly like bread! For the awesome crumpet, you can contact the crumpet manufacturers online.
What's in crumpets?
Here is what you want to create crumpets. The inclusion of baking powder has been the secret which made all the difference — out of crumpet making neglects to crumpet producing success!
1. Yeast – use instantaneous/rapid rise yeast or active dry yeast (sometimes merely labeled "yeast"). Both work just fine.
2. Crumble to warm water and follow the above instructions for active dry skin.
3. Flour- Only standard simple/all-purpose flour. Not raising flour, not wholemeal flour.
4. Gluten-free- Regrettably does not work with gluten-free flour. We attempted, and it was a dismal failure!
5. The best way to create crumpets.
Here is the way to create crumpets in 3 simple steps:
1. Mix water, salt, and flour to make a tacky but stir the able batter. Then mixture in yeast liquefied in a little while of H2O, baking concentrate and sugar to make a smooth batter;
2. Leave in a warm place for 30 minutes before the surface becomes foamy; afterward.
3. Ladle into circles and then cook on the stove till bubbles pop onto the surface and the surface is cooked.
4. It's fairly simple, but since homemade crumpets are a small exceptional recipe, I will put in a little more info about each step in the proceeding sections. If you are not interested, jump into the recipe!