Holey and spongy, crispy and chewy, crumpets can be hard to find in the United States. Homemade versions have fallen short — until now.
WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS
Crumpets—thick, yeasted rounds with moist, slightly elastic, honeycombed interiors and holes that cover the surface—can be hard to find in the United States, and homemade versions rarely live up to commercial products. Most home cooks don't...