Crumpets are very popular in Britain. It resembles a miniature porous uthapum. They usually serve it with some butter, jelly, preserves or jam. In the market you can find various varieties, some with blueberries, strawberries and plain. I got the plain variety at Trader Joe's. Instead of having it with preserves I loved it with Idli powder or molagapodi and it was the perfect breakfast that required no preparation on a laid back Sunday morning . Along with a good cup of south Indian coffee and a cup of melons I was all set for the morning. My entry to WBB: Combination Breakfasts hosted by Masala Magic.
Toaster or stove top griddle
Idli Powder - 2 tbsp
Oil - 2 tbsp
1. If using the toaster pop in 2 crumpets and allow it to toast. If using the stove top, add a little bit of oil to the griddle and toast the crumpet on both sides.
2. In a plate mix idli powder and oil and place the toasted crumpets on it.
3. Eat it hot. It is just what I enjoyed for breakfast.