Close Log in You must be logged in to interact with the activity feed. JJ, I love this idea! For ideas about how to flavor your cream cheese, see below. Now I have a lot less than I started but this is so simple to make I can make it again! Top Review by mary winecoff.
Honey Cinnamon Spread for Bagels
Made 6 giant bagels. When boiling, mine floated immediately, so boiled a minute on each side. Kneeded for about 12 minutes, giving a workout to our I did change the bread to water to ratio to what i know would work from making tons of bread. I also mixed the dough in my brea The flavor of these is really good, but I had to rate it down because if I wasn't a seasoned bread-maker, I wouldn't have known to not follow the flour amounts recommended here. They were my first attempt at bagels so I was happy that they turned out, but they really were huge.
I just made this recipe. I split the dough into thirds, and made three different types of bagels. Added to shopping list. Go to shopping list. You might also like. Real Homemade Bagels Learn how to make bagels right in your own kitchen. Mix on low speed using the dough hook until well-developed, about 8 minutes. To ensure the gluten has developed fully, cut off a walnut-sized piece of dough. Flour your fingers, and then stretch the dough: Close Missing Input Please enter a reply before submitting.
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Remove jug from bowl, beat white flour into yeast mixture, followed by salt and wholewheat flour. Scrape out rough dough onto flour-dusted bench and invert jug over top.
Using an extra tsp or two of flour, knead dough 3 minutes until smooth and no longer tacky. Rub dough with a drizzle of olive oil, return to the jug no need to wash it and cover with plastic wrap.
Place jug back in the bowl with new hot tap water and leave to rise 15 mins. Line a pan with baking paper and lightly grease the paper.
Remove plastic wrap from jug, grease one side and set aside for later. Form into a ball and stick your finger into the centre to create a hole. Spin on your finger s , stretching and turning to create an even ring. Set on prepared pan, cover with the greased side of the plastic and place pan over a bowl of hot tap water. When the 15 mins has elapsed bring simmer solution ingredients to a boil in a small frying pan.
Remove risen dough from paper with oiled fingers and gently slide, rounded side up, into the water. Simmer the floating dough for 1 min, flip gently with a fork and simmer a further 1 minute. Flip back, immediately lift with two forks to drain, place back on greased paper and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
After kneading for 2 minutes, flatten dough out with your hand, sprinkle over cinnamon and raisins, roll up to enclose and knead for a further minute. I love the idea of single servings but I was thinking the same thing. One bagel would not be enough. I would probably be looking for one each day. I like that you tried out one of my single serving recipes!
Glad you enjoyed it. I particularly love the trick of putting the bowl in warm water. Genius idea, particularly on a cold morning. As a native Montrealer, I can affirm that bagels are indeed a touchy subject ;-. Wanted to drop in and say hello — I discovered your blog and delicious quinoa stir-fry through Sally bewitching kitchen.
Also, I love your video! What a fun way to document all of the steps without just posting a ton of pictures in a row. JJ, I love this idea! I make all kinds of bread all the time, and I eat way too much of it.
This could be the way for breadaholics like me to take control! Fabulous recipe to pick and such lovely photos too! Well I will have to try these but of course I will have to multiply the recipe to get 4 servings or else make it when no one else is home and hide all the evidence LOL.