Sunday, July 21, 2013

Crumpets With Whipped Orange Honey Butter ~ #SundaySupper

Homemade Crumpets Recipe

I've wanted to make crumpets ever since I first time I tried them a about a year ago. They're not something I see in my local grocery store, but when I have the opportunity to shop with my mom at her local (employee owned) "Woodman's Foods" (this place is HUGE), I get to see many items I don't normally see in my own local grocery store. Crumpets are one such example.

If you've never had a crumpet, might I suggest to you that they're like a cross between an English muffin and a pancake. They're definitely more "doughy" than a traditional English muffin and they're cooked on a skillet or flat top (hence the reference to pancakes). That said they have an English muffin appearance, including all those lovely little nooks and crannies that you've come to expect with the whole English muffin experience.

One glaring difference between a properly cooked crumpet and my  own homemade crumpets, is the color. Crumpets are traditionally cooked low and slow and aren't usually allowed to get browned in the process. My crumpets don't stand that much on any sort of tradition so I looked the other way as they did their own thing in the pan. For me, I like a little bit of color on my food and I find it is more appealing to the eyeballs AND the palate. The English however, like their crumpets a little more, shall we say....pasty looking.

Homemade Crumpets Recipe


When I found out that this weeks #SundaySupper theme was "Breakfast For Dinner", I simply knew that now was my time to get my crumpet on!  The recipe for crumpets I used I found through King Arthur Flour. It's simple, flavorful and foolproof.

The "Whipped Honey Orange Butter" is my own concoction. It's simply delicious without being too overpowering and doesn't take anything away anything from that lovely crumpet flavor.

CRUMPETS WITH WHIPPED ORANGE HONEY BUTTER    {PRINT THIS RECIPE}


1 1/2 cups lukewarm water
1 cup lukewarm milk
3 tablespoons melted butter
3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour (I used King Arthur)
2 1/2 teaspoons yeast
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 1/4 teaspoon salt

-In a large bowl, combine the lukewarm water, milk, melted butter and yeast. Stir to combine.
-Using a stand mixer and the whisk attachment (or hand mixer) add in the flour, baking powder and salt.
-Stir to combine all ingredients.
-With the mixer on high speed, beat the dough vigorously for 2-3 minutes (your looking for bubbles here).
-Cover the dough with plastic wrap and allow the dough to sit on the counter at room temperature for about an hour. (The dough will expand and become bubbly).
-Using 3 1/2" silicone ring molds (or well washed tuna cans), preheat your skillet/flat top grill pan to medium low (low, if you're looking for traditional pasty looking crumpets).
-Spoon approximately 1/2 cup of the dough mixture (it will be sticky and stingy) into each ring mold.
-Cook the dough for about 5-6 minutes on the first side and then, remove the ring mold (being careful if using a metal tuna can as it will be very HOT) and flip each crumpet to cook the second side. As I stated, personally, I like mine with a little color...
-Remove the cooked crumpets to an awaiting plate and continue with the remaining batter.

WHIPPED ORANGE HONEY BUTTER

2 sticks softened, butter
1 tablespoon orange zest
2 tablespoons honey (I used organic raw honey but any kind is fine)
2 tablespoons fresh orange juice

-In a bowl with a hand mixer (or stand mixer) combine all ingredients.
-Slather on hot crumpets and be transported to a place of complete delight!!!




Mary Poppins Painted Coffee Mug

Thank you SO much for choosing this week's theme of "Breakfast for Dinner", Connie of The Foodie Wife.  I don't mind one bit if I have a little spot of tea while having breakfast for dinner. It's a treat that we completely relish in my family and it got me to finally make crumpets! Cheery-O!!



This week, you have all of these wonderful goodies to inspire some creative “B4D’s” in your home!
We bring you…Breakfast for Dinner!
Tres Leches Pancakes from La Cocina de Leslie
French Toast Casserole with Sautéed Apples from The Foodie Army Wife
Gluten Free Breakfast Pizza from Blueberries And Blessings
Basic Vegan Waffles from Killer Bunnies, Inc
Kale, Bacon, Brown Rice Crustless Quiche from Shockingly Delicious
Bacon Egg and Potato Breakfast Tacos from Cookin’ Mimi
Steak and Egg Tostadas from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen
Breakfast Bowls from Jane’s Adventures in Dinner
Bacon and Egg Waffles from The Urban Mrs
Homemade Lox from Growing Up Gabel
Seattle Sandwiches (Lox, Shmear, & A Fried Egg) from Juanita’s Cocina
Chicken and Waffles from I Run For Wine
Low Carb Lemony Chicken and Asparagus Eggs Benedict with Tarragon Hollandaise from Eat, Move, Shine
Saucy Ham and Cheese Breakfast Sliders from Daily Dish Recipes
Greek Frittata from Casa de Crews
Elderberry Flower Pancakes from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
Prosciutto, Gorgonzola and Rosemary Strata from That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Italian Turkey Meatballs (With a Secret) from What Smells So Good?
Bacon, Spinach and Tomato Breakfast Pizza from Runner’s Tales
Red Pepper and Egg Galette from Healthy. Delicious.
Waffles – One Plate, Two Ways: Sweet & Savory from Foxes Love Lemons
Steak & Egg Bagel Sandwich from girlichef
Florentine Benedict from Supper for a Steal
Oatmeal Ice Cream from Treats & Trinkets
Banana Waffles with Peanut Butter Syrup from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures
Baked Berry French Toast from Table For Seven
Okay, seriously, are you getting as hungry as I am?! And we’re not done yet!
Open Faced BTC Sandwich from Peanut Butter and Peppers
Crustless Spinach Quiche from The Hand That Rocks The Ladle
Bacon ‘n Eggs Bread Pudding from gotta get baked
Denver Breakfast Ring from Curious Cuisiniere
Copycat Japanese McDonald’s from Ninja Baking
Crumpets with Whipped Honey Orange Butter from Kudos Kitchen By Renee
One Pan Full English Fry-up from Food Lust People Love
Leek, Mushroom and Gruyère Quiche from Hip Foodie Mom
Joe’s Special, the Original San Francisco Treat from Webicurean
Bacon and Egg Breakfast Tarts from Vintage Kitchen Notes
Dark Chocolate, Orange & Pistachio Greek Yogurt Cups from Cupcakes & Kale Chips
Gluten Free Tomato Basil Crepes form No One Likes Crumbley Cookies
Sour Cherry Crisp from Pies and Plots
Cream Dried Beef and Waffles from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
Sausage breakfast casserole from My cute bride
Almond Rice Crepes Stuffed With Sweet Potatoes & Peas from  Sue’s Nutrition Buzz
Zucchini Pancakes with Sautéed Tomatoes and Feta from Ruffles & Truffles
Apple, Bacon, and Dubliner Cheese Stuffed French Toast from Neighborfood
Dulce de Leche Stuffed French Toast from Basic N Delicious
Normally it would be very socially unacceptable to have wine with your breakfast, but seeing as this is closer to sunset than sunrise, we say go for it!!!
Hangtown Fry and Wine Pairings with Breakfast for Dinner from ENOFYLZ Wine Blog
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16 comments:

  1. I'm so glad you saw the message! I have you link in the corrected link list :) These crumpets look absolutely delicious!!

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  2. I LOOOOVE crumpets so much! I can't wait to make these!

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  3. Oh, Renee, I think the golden brown color makes them so tempting! Much more than pasty and pale. They look marvelous and now I want to try making crumpets, especially with that orange honey butter!

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  4. Your crumpets all look so perfect! I love those rings. I always end up with some weird ones.

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  5. I love crumpets, still remember making them in home ec!

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  6. I'm so glad you explained what a crumpet tastes like...you'd think I would have tried one by now, living in Canada for a year and visiting the British Isles, but alas, I may have to make my own. I'd follow your lead and let mine get some color...they look wonderful!

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  7. I've never had a crumpet, but these sound amazing! And I love the orange butter to serve them with.

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  8. I've never tried crumpets, but I'm pretty much addicted to English Muffins. And your version looks just great, especially that flavored butter! Wow!

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  9. First a confession...I wasn't sure what a crumpet was! Doh! Your crumpets look great and I bet that orange honey butter would be killer on some cornbread too!

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  10. Delicious! had no idea that crumpets were made this way!!!

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  11. I'm loving everything about this post! I've never had a crumpet but I'm drooling over your description and photos. I like there to be a nice, golden, crispy crust too. And girl, that whipped orange honey butter sounds good enough to drink! I want to slather it on everything!

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  12. Those crumpets look so perfect and delicious! And that whipped orange honey butter sounds like heaven!

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  13. I just like to say the word crumpets! It sounds so delightful. One of these days I'll have to actually make them!

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  14. Ha! I love your painted glass, perfect for this crumpet post. I've never tasted a crumpet let alone tried to make one. Yours turned out great and that whipped honey butter sounds wonderful.

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  15. Oooh...I can't say that I've had a crumpet before...but you have me craving one!

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