Recipe: Warburtons' crumpets

The famous UK bakery has released its recipe so you can make crumpets in the comfort of your home

Recipe: Warburtons’ crumpets

If you're a Brit, there's a good chance you miss certain foods you just can't get over here (Greggs, anyone?).

But to help you satisfy some of your cravings, Warburtons has decided to share the secret to making its iconic crumpets.

The bakery titan based in the north of England whips up loaves of all sizes, but it’s probably best known for its packets of crumpets.

And now it’s decided to reveal the secrets that goes into making one (well, six actually, according to this recipe), so that those bored at home can have a go.

So, get the butter locked and loaded and ready to slather, and then read on for a lesson in spongy, disc-shaped deliciousness.

Ingredients:

• 150g plain white flour
• 200ml water
• ½ tsp salt
• ½ tsp sugar
• 1 tsp baking powder
• 1 tsp dried yeast

Method:

• Add flour, water and salt to a mixing bowl. Mix vigorously with a whisk for at least five minutes to create your crumpet batter.

• Mix a few millilitres of water into to your dried yeast.

• Add sugar, baking powder and yeast mixture to the bowl and mix for another 30 seconds until you have a clear batter.

• Cover mixing bowl and put in a warm place for 15 minutes.

• Place a greased metal biscuit cutter (any shape cutter you have to hand will do the trick) into the middle of a non-stick frying pan. Pre-heat your frying pan on a hob on a medium-high heat setting.

• Before you start, give your batter a stir to remove any large air bubbles. Use a ladle to drop approximately 60g of batter into the cutter inside the pan. Wait for approximately four minutes, then carefully lift the ring off the crumpet.

• Remove the baked crumpet from the pan (if the top looks a bit gooey flip over in the pan for a few seconds). Then cool.

• Repeat the above to make as many as you can eat.

Then toast and whack on that butter. Who knew spending more time at home could be so lavish?

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