Crack an egg into a bowl. Add milk and beat well with a whisk.
Break open an English muffin into 2 pieces and soak into the liquid prepared in Step 1. Melt butter in a frying pan heated over medium heat, and fry one side first.
When the other side has also browned, drizzle cake syrup from the edges of the pan. Making sure not to burn it, shake the pan and caramelize. Do the same for the other side.
Here, I topped it with ice cream and served with maple syrup. It's perfect for an everyday snack because it's so easy to make.
English Muffins work well with any ingredients. When toasted, it's crispy on the outside and soft and moist in the inside.
Recipe ID: 959072.
This is an arranged recipe based on the golden rule of French toast.
Story Behind this Recipe
Making the best of toasted Chojuku English Muffins that's crispy on the outside and moist in the inside, I came up with this recipe for easy homemade Kouign Amann.
You use English muffins (Chojuku, if possible) for a crispy outside and a soft and moist inside when freshly grilled. If you use salted butter, you can enjoy a flavor that's like salted butter caramel. Use store bought pancake syrup to caramelize the outside instantly.