I've never had an English Muffin before, but I think I made this right - it's a tender, light type of roll. I didn't have a griddle so here's what I did; I preheated the oven to 450F, and warmed my dutch oven to medium heat (dutch ovens stay hotter longer so medium high would be too hot I think). I melted a small slice of butter before every other batch. Heat the muffins in the dutch oven 2 minutes each side till they have a nice color. After that I let them sit on a baking sheet until I had done all of them. This takes some time. Once they were all ready to go I baked them in the oven for 5 minutes on each side, making sure to rotate the pan so they got evenly cooked - most ovens are hotter in some places than others. That was it! They were good with Pineapple Lime jam from this site, and grape jelly. I toasted some and some not. They reheat well in the microwave for 15 sec. I found doing the step in the dutch oven makes that interesting texture on one side of the muffin. If you just bake them (which you can at 450F for 7 min each side) it doesn't look quite the same but tastes just as good.
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I've never had an English Muffin before, but I think I made this right - it's a tender, light...