They turned out great! I used the bread machine for kneading, though I'm not sure I'd do that again. It struggled with all that flour. I let it rise in the oven for an hour. Then I skipped punching it down and just rolled it out. I cut about 20 muffins. I, again, let them rise in the oven for an hour. Then, I baked them at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes. They're very fluffy!! I didn't get as many "nooks and crannies" as I'd hoped, but they did look more "holey" than a regular roll. They tasted more yeasty than an English muffin, but still a little similar, which is fine with me, because I'm not a huge fan of English muffins, anyway. I was making these for my husband. He hasn't tried them, yet, but he approved of their appearance and saw that they were fluffy. I'm sure I'll be making these again.
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They turned out great! I used the bread machine for kneading, though I'm not sure I'd do that...