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7 hours ago, HighPriority said:

I’ve never been a marmalade kinda guy but the Bacon/egg thing went down well 👍🏼

English muffins with bacon and poached egg were a staple food from my Mom growing up, 

 

Never thought about bacon and eggs with crumpets, but even with my advancing age gotta try new things.

Thanks to Amazon my next batch of crumpets will be here on Wednesday

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1 hour ago, GinBoy2 said:

English muffins with bacon and poached egg were a staple food from my Mom growing up, 

 

Never thought about bacon and eggs with crumpets, but even with my advancing age gotta try new things.

Thanks to Amazon my next batch of crumpets will be here on Wednesday

After 9 pages we haven’t convinced you have a crack @ cooking your own ? 🤣

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29 minutes ago, HighPriority said:

After 9 pages we haven’t convinced you have a crack @ cooking your own ? 🤣

Nah, I'm not even going to try looking at the recipe to cook them.

 

1 click and amazon deliver them in 2 days!

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6 hours ago, GinBoy2 said:

Nah, I'm not even going to try looking at the recipe to cook them.

 

1 click and amazon deliver them in 2 days!

Could you please send me the link, I've tried to search but to no avail.

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On 2/12/2019 at 9:36 PM, marcusarelus said:

I already have the egg rings.  20 baht and the cheap Chinese store. 

Not yet rusting in the original packing??

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On 2/13/2019 at 4:11 PM, hugocnx said:

Dutch recipe almost same. 1 on 1 translation '3 in the pan'.

Easy without rings as the batter is dense. In the pic they look almost like cinnamon rolls.

 

Drie in de pan.jpg

Actually correcting myself...these ARE cinnamon rolls and not Dutch crumpets. Sorry.

This is actually a better pic

image.jpeg.520bb45e7c00918d2ae846ff4452041d.jpeg

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7 hours ago, PGThompson1 said:

Could you please send me the link, I've tried to search but to no avail.

The link for Amazon or the link to Crumpet recipes ? 🤣

Recipies were page 2 from memory. 

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12 hours ago, HighPriority said:

The link for Amazon or the link to Crumpet recipes ? 🤣

Recipies were page 2 from memory. 

Hi, The link to Amazon.

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3 hours ago, PGThompson1 said:

Thanks for that, went on the link and it states that the item does not ship to Thailand?

If you look at the feedback, even people shipping inside the States complained about the condition/freshness they arrived in. Doubt that they would survive the journey to Thailand. Horrendously expensive too. £1 ($1.30) for a pack of 9 of the best crumpets in the UK.

 

I receive a parcel from the UK, quite regularly, I've thought about asking my friend to put a couple of packets of crumpets in it but wonder how they would be treated by Thai customs.

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On ‎2‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 11:14 PM, fruitman said:

Our gas hob can do low settings...

 

And american 'lodge' cast iron skillets are sold in villa market, not so expensive....1000 or so iirc..

 

If the rings stick you need teflon coated ones, they probably have those as well in central or so.

Seems like a lot of trouble to go through for something might only do once.

 

OP, I never saw crumpets on sale anywhere in LOS, along with a few other things I like, like spaghetti in tomato sauce in a can. I guess they think it wouldn't be profitable to stock.

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17 hours ago, hugocnx said:

Actually correcting myself...these ARE cinnamon rolls and not Dutch crumpets. Sorry.

This is actually a better pic

image.jpeg.520bb45e7c00918d2ae846ff4452041d.jpeg

Those look like pancakes, nothing at all like crumpets.

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