I think the word I'm looking for is WOW! Not only are these a lot easier than you'd think, but even if you screw up and play with the dough too much after the first rise, they still come out tasting like australian toaster biscuits, which are amazing, but they do taste more like english muffins when toasted. I've made these 3 times now, and I have no idea how long they can last because they were always gone within 4 days. These things are awesome as little sandwiches, as a bread side for pasta, and even just with a little butter fresh out of the toaster. Or, better yet, fresh out of the oven. Be careful though, if you eat 3 or 4 as you're frying the rest, you will be more full than you think. Since, you know, you have to see if they came out right, and then see how a toasted one tastes, then maybe try one with some jam or honey, since you're waiting anyway, and they're just sitting there wafting their smells at you . . . LOL
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I think the word I'm looking for is WOW! Not only are these a lot easier than you'd think, but...