English Muffin Bread: I did it all for the nooks (and crannies)March 21, 2011
English Muffin bread is our top seller because it goes so well with so many different ingredients. The nooks, crannies and crispy, cornmeal crust make it the perfect canvas for whatever delicious combination you have in mind. So far we’ve gotten lots of rave reviews for grilled cheese sandwiches on english muffin bread, avocado with olive oil, salt and pepper, and a strong bagel substitue for egg sammies.
Well tonight, my beau and I tried out some english muffin bread to make our own mini-pizzas, and damn were they good! It truly is a multi-tasker.
So here’s the recipe we tried ~ yeah, yeah, I know what you’re gonna say. ‘Lady, I made these things when I was five.’ Fine – but it was fun damnit, and its probably been so long you’ve forgotten how to do it. Plus you’ve never had ‘em on this bread! Time to order a loaf and toast up your own.
English Muffin Bread Mini-Pizzas
Set your oven broiler on low, and cut a few slices of English muffin bread.
Line up the slices on a baking sheet, and toast them in the broiler for about 2 minutes, or until lightly browned.
When your slices are browned, take them out of the broiler and start making your pizza:
– 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon tomato paste
– 1 tablespoon tomato sauce
– 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
– 1 teaspoon chopped onion or shallot
– pinch of dried oregano
– pinch of dried basil
– pinch of dried thyme
Top the slices with a freshly grated cheese of your choice, and add any other toppings that you see fit. (I used some mushrooms and black olives.)
Pop ‘em back in the broiler for 2-3 minutes, or until your cheese gets melted. (Keep a close eye on that broiler people – it cooks things up in a jiffy. )
Take ‘em out and that’s it! They’re ready to serve and damn tasty.
Got any ideas or recipes of your own for english muffin bread? Go ahead and spill your secrets in the comments section. :)This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. ← Welcome! Bust Magazine Craftacular Fair! →