English Muffin Rings (Set of 4) by Norpro
Rings like these give English muffins their characteristic shape. They are often preheated with the griddle, then batter is spooned into them and the muffins are cooked on one side before the rings are removed and the muffins flipped over to finish cooking. Packaged four to a box, the rings can also... See complete description »
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Rings like these give English muffins their characteristic shape. They are often preheated with the griddle, then batter is spooned into them and the muffins are cooked on one side before the rings are removed and the muffins flipped over to finish cooking. Packaged four to a box, the rings can also be used to make perfectly round pancakes and sunny-side up eggs, or they can double as biscuit cutters.
The muffin rings are made of tin, and are extremely low in quality. They do not hold their shape at all well, and rust quickly, even when hand-washed and dried.
You'd be better off cutting the ends off of a tuna can.
Gluten-free breads are the consistency of canned icing. These rings allow me to make the perfect hamburger/sandwich bun for my husband.
In the two weeks since I received these rings I've made two batches of ciabatta hamburger buns and two batches of gluten free almond milk ice-cream sandwiches. The possiblities are endless. They come off the baked good easily and wash well. My only complaint is that they're not four inches.
I bought these rings to make gluten free hamburger buns, and they have worked out great. They are pretty thin, and I hope over time they don't get bent, but they were so cheap, I am not too worried. I read a comment that someone wished they were a little larger, but I am very happy with the size. Great product!
English Muffin Rings have turned out to be a blessing. We are new to the GF world and these rings allowed us to have hamburgers for dinner. What a nice time we had that night.
Have sprayed these with oil and washed them in the top rack of the dishwasher. They are a nice addition to my kitchen pans and tools.
My english muffins and scones are delicious even though they are gluten free. My daughter sent me some of the rings and then I ordered more.
great tins for muffins good size must remember to grease them
Well oiled, (either spray or butter), my baked batters slipped out easily when done. (I made crumpets and english muffins). Hand washing and drying was a snap (like the old days, when dishwashers were not so common place)and I haven't had a bit of a rust problem like so many of the other web sites reviews had mentioned. I do place the clean rings on a clean baking sheet and place them in a cooling down oven (using the rest of the heat from baking) to dry the rings completely just to make sure.
You can make English Muffins without rings, but you won't get the traditional cylindrical shape. In fact, you may end up with a glorified pancake. These rings make the process much easier and lend themselves to a variety of English Muffins recipe variations, from pancake-like batter to stiffer doughs. Use them to contain thinner batters, or as a "biscuit cutter" for stiffer doughs. They clean up easily but will get sticky if they are not properly oiled before each use.
My husband has DH, which is a form of gluten intolerance, so I have to make hamburger and hot dog buns out of wheat free flour. These are great hamburger bun forms and I've got another set bent into the shape of hot dog buns. They have nice, finished bottoms that do not scratch my cookie sheets. They bend pretty easily, but that's OK by me. Spray them with a little cooking spray and then put 'em in the dishwasher and you'll be fine. Oh, they were shipped quickly and packaged nicely too.
With the English Muffin Rings I am making great gluten free hamburger rolls.
These are simple to use, and easy to clean. So far, I've used Alton Brown's recipe with great success. (I've made them without the rings, just freeform, but they rise higher and are more symmetrical using the rings.) Quick, easy, and fun to do. (Also, Alton's batter is ready within about a half hour, far quicker than many others)
I got these rings primarily to make English Muffins, but I have no trouble seeing myself using them for things like pancake batter or eggs.
One thing to look out for: the rings themselves get HOT, so keep some tongs handy to help move them around while hot.
I bought these after trying the old 'just cut the top and bottom off a tuna can' trick. That's too frustrating (hard to find cans that CAN have both top and bottom removed, most these days have a wavy bottom that's designed so you can stack the cans easily) and potentially hazardous (sharp edges, despite my best efforts), also messy and frustrating (some of the rings I made myself weren't perfectly smooth inside, so the muffins stuck to them)
This product was recommended for baking gluten free hamburger buns. I was not able to find English muffin rings at any of my local stores. I used them and they worked just fine.
Although many cooking sites provide instructions for creating muffin rings using (empty and cleaned) tuna cans, the price of these is so low the time and hassle of making our own hardly seemed worth the trouble. (Yes, we still do always recycle our cans, but these rings avoid possible metal cuts from the home-made version). Very pleased with this purchase -- especially since the clost was much lower than on other web sited and local kitchen stores.
These were easier to use than I'd imagined, and cleaned up easily. As a gluten-free eater, it was so exciting to make my first crumpets/english muffins and even more exciting to eat them!
after seeing the recipe for english muffins on good eats i tried to make some rings using tuna cans like the episode suggests. it was impossible to cut the bottoms of the cans off with a can opener so i had to use a cheap knife( i didnt want to ruin a good knife). this made the can bottoms very sharp so we bent them over with pliers. bc of this the batter stuck in the bent over part making them impossible to clean and very unsanitary. THESE RINGS ARE MY SAVIOR!!! they are perfect for the job and easy to clean. they are worth every penny!!! i bought two sets for large batches.
I have a wheat allergy and really miss bread. I was given a wheat free cookbook for my birthday,it has a recipe for english muffins. I was delighted to find the muffin rings on your site. I ordered two sets so I could make double batches to freeze for later use,they work wonderfully.
I wanted the rings to make gluten-free hamburger buns. They were a good size, and worked well.
I use these for cutting biscuits and making scrambled eggs round for biscuit sandwiches. They work very well.
These work really well, don't scratch the nonstick surface of my griddle and clean up easily. I originally tried using old tuna cans but the rounded bottoms don't come off easily and leave a sharp edge that either scratches the surface of the griddle or hands. These are worth the price to me.
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These rings also make great homemade sandwich buns. Before baking, brush with an egg wash and sprinkle with sesame seeds for a professional look.