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What is difference between English Muffin and Bun


  1. #1
    Sajal Ponia Guest

    What is difference between English Muffin and Bun

    I want to know what is difference between english muffins and bun. Are both same things or are different things ?

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    Anuj9045 is offline eTI Iron
    Ofcourse both are different. See this :

    English muffins are a small, round, flat yeast-leavened bread which is commonly sliced horizontally, toasted, and buttered. Toasted English muffins, which are often used as a breakfast food, may be served with sweet toppings e.g., jam or honey or savoury toppings e.g., eggs, sausage rounds or bacon, and cheese. English muffins are also used as the bread in a variety of breakfast sandwiches, and are an essential ingredient in Eggs Benedict and most of its variations.

    While a bun is a small, sometimes sweet, bread, or bread roll. Though they come in many shapes and sizes, they are most commonly hand-sized or smaller, with a round top and flat bottom.

    Buns are usually made from flour, sugar, milk, yeast and butter. Common varieties contain small fruit or nuts, are topped with icing or caramel, or filled with jam or cream. Some types of buns are filled with various meats.

    Hopefully now you know, English Muffin kind of a bread which is not really flavoured while buns are usually sweeter in test and round in shape.

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