English muffin

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Split English muffin

An English muffin (UK: (breakfast) muffin) is a round, flat bread made from a dough with yeast and enriched with butter and milk. It is often served toasted at breakfast in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia.

Cooking[change | change source]

English muffins are made using a dough
that is cooked on a griddle in rings…
then allowed to cool.
English muffins are often split open …
then toasted and buttered.