For a long time, I always confused the crumpet and English muffin. Later, I found out that the difference is still quite large. Crumpet has only one side that is flat (because it only has one side), the other side is a bit uneven, and the palate is more sponge-like. English muffin is flat on both sides (both sides fried), and the taste is more like the taste of bread. In terms of how to eat, the crumpet half will not split in half, but add butter and jam directly on it. The English muffin will cut in half from the middle, and then sandwich the different ingredients for consumption. English muffin is used in the McDonald's full range of wheat. And don't look at its name as an English muffin, but it's actually an American way of eating, don't be fooled by its name.
The English muffin is split in half from the middle.
Put butter in the pan, heat over low heat, and melt the butter.
Put the English muffins in a frying pan.
Fry until golden and remove.
Wash the mushrooms, stalk and slice.
The eggs are fried with a mold and the mushrooms are cooked.
Put an English muffin and a piece of cheese.
Plus fried eggs.
Add the mushroom and sprinkle with salt and black pepper.
Sprinkle with Japanese-style sesame sauce.
Cover another English muffin.
If you give it to children, don't add black pepper. The full score of the vegetables added to the vegetables is more in line with the child's growing health needs.