So, she shared the recipe with me ,and as an added bonus...it turns out you can even make them semi healthy with ground flax seed and ground up oats ( which if you just grind them in the blender turn into oat flour......some may ask why not the food processor??? Guy decided we didn't need to bring it with us...so it is in storage in Houston. Anyway, a blender works great for this!)
I couldn't believe that we could make English Muffins!!!
Isn't it crazy the little things that can just make your day????
You didn't really think I made them, did you??? Yeah, if I tried, I probably would have burned the down the building. It was a good thing Happiness asked me if she was supposed to bake them in the oven or not...my immediate answer was"Yes." Then, she said, "It says something about a skillet in the recipe." I told her she needed to call my friend and find out.
Thank goodness we did call. As it turns out...you don't bake English Muffins...you fry them in the pan!!! ( Another reason I shouldn't make them myself...I would have just baked them in the oven...they're muffins right?:)) I am sure those of you who are avid cooks and bakers are just reading this post and thinking, " This girl is crazy getting so excited about this!" But, for me, these English muffins, are a little bit of "home" more of what I am used to, and it is comforting to have that when you are so far away from everyone.:) So, what can I say? I know how to bring home the recipes, and Happiness knows how to fry 'em up!!!:)
p.s. Just a side note...this is my 300th post!!!! I just want to say a special thank you to Carolanne for helping me get this blog thing started. And another thank you to everyone who takes the time to read it. It means alot to me to know that people take the time to see what is happening in our lives over here.:) I had no idea how much I would really enjoy it and get to share my experiences living overseas.:)