Sunday, February 10, 2013

Here is the NuWave cooking a pork roast from the half hog we purchased with our neighbors. I cooked it like the directions said to do so. When the internal temperature reached the required 160 degrees, we let it rest and then served it up. But...when I cut it, it was still red inside. We could do a little pink maybe, and I think it was supposed to be that way, but it isn't how we like it, so I had to cook it longer. Then, it was very tasty. I used that rub that we used to use on a pork roast when we lived in Dallas Texas, that we liked so much. Yum!

I love English Muffins! I have been thinking about making some for a long time. Then this week, King Arthur Flour came out with a recipe in their weekly emails. So I just jumped in and tried it out.

They have already raised once and here I formed them into rounds and placed them into the cast iron fry pans to raise a second time. I don't have a griddle, so these were fair substitutes. The cans were to add a little weight, to try to keep the tops flat.

There were cooked slowly, so the interior would cook through too. First side cooked with the lid on, second side with the lid off.

These were made for toasting with butter and jam! They were sooooo good! Fresher and better tasting than those in the store. I will make them again. And they freeze well too!


Lois said...

Wow! you are so industious. Looks goooood, bet that jelly really put them over the top.If I made them, I would eat them, hubby wouldn't, Tim, maybe. But I do enjoy looking at yours and I can even smell them. My hat's off to ya girl.

Bluebird74 said...

Oh Sharon they look sooooo good, I want one!!!! I bet they were better than the ones in the store, thats all I have ever had :(
Thank you for the wonderful pictures too!