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Multigrain English Muffins

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These English muffins are made with a mix of whole-wheat and white flours, along with rolled oats and a sprinkling of flaxseed and caraway seeds. Low-fat buttermilk gives the muffins a slight tang and a light texture. But unlike whole-milk dairy products, it contains very little saturated fat.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 2009
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  • Makwasmom1
    3 MAY, 2013
    These are delicious. I read the previous reviews and slightly altered the recipe-use bread flour instead of regular flour for more gluten, and room temperature water-the yeast mixture takes a little more time but you don't kill it with heat. The dough rises slightly, you really get the height in the final step when you are cooking them on the griddle. Delicious! This will be a family favorite!
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  • snowridge65
    25 MAR, 2013
    I'm relieved to know that I'm not the only that had problems with the rising of the dough! First batch, followed the recipe to a T. The yeast bubbled, but then the dough hardly rose, (if at all). I forged ahead with cutting out but they turned out like really flat and chewy. Try #2: this time I adjusted the temperature down on the water but had the exact same results as the first time. Very disapppointing.
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  • lauralee422
    15 JUL, 2012
    Im so bummed, I tried this twice and can't get it right. I ended up with only 6 muffins this time. My dough is not rising, even though I carefully measure my yeast and temp of my water. My dough right now is like a brick, which is what it was the first time. RIght now I'm doing the 2nd rise and will soon do the skillet step, but I can already see I've messed up :( I am so 'bread-challenged' it's frustrating!
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  • MissBalester
    31 DEC, 2010
    I would recommend cutting back on the salt, maybe even by half. And mine didn;t rise very much :/ I will be trying the recipe again though!
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  • vms_81
    2 MAR, 2010
    Nutritional Info: Calories 117 Calories from Fat 10 Total Fat 1.1g Cholesterol 1mg Sodium 478mg Total Carbohydrates 22.8g Dietary Fiber 1.5g Sugars 1.8g Protein 3.8g
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  • senash
    28 FEB, 2010
    Really would appreciate nutritional info!
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  • turtlefat
    17 JUL, 2009
    Nutritional info?
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