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i would never have believed it if somebody had told me how easy these were to make! i've been putting it off forever but had promised my 6yo daughter we'd give it a try and they were a huge hit! delish, easy, and pretty quick. even my 2yo helped out a little. i did have to add more liquid, but we live in a dry, high altitude place so that may be why. they're not nearly as good the next day, and all the salt dissolved after a bit, but i'm going to try to re-heat them in the oven to crisp them up and add a little more salt on top (we like them salty! yum!) these'll be a definite regular around here, thanks!
so soft and cute...I didn't want to over mix the dough so I left it kinda stringy but as I let it rise it all came together...I made half the batch with hot dogs...I boiled frozen hot dogs but only half way cooked then dipped the ropes of dough in the dipping solution before I wrapped it around the dogs...they came out perfect!...you must try it...the only thing I might change next time is add a little more sugar I like a little sweeter dough but thats just me...will make again for sure!
Awesome pretzel recipe!! Thank you!!! My only complaint is that they're not so good a few hours later.
We've been looking for a great pretzel recipe for years. This one is the winner! Thank you so much!
Yum! We used spelt flour instead of occident flour and it worked great. My husband, who doesn't like pretzels, loved them! The first time I made them I forgot to dip in butter and they were still good, but the next time, in the butter... sooo good!
This is the first time I've worked with a yeast dough, and it turned out pretty well. I used two cups of bread flour (occident flour) and two cups all purpose flour as the recipe directed. I used my hand mixer to mix the dough but I think that was a mistake. The beaters clogged up quickly and not all of the flour was incorporated. I think it would have been ok if I used my stand mixer with the dough hook to blend everything together. Once I rolled the dough up for pretzels the dough became a bit smoother but I think 1/4 cup less flour might be better. I did not have pretzel salt so I used coarse ground sea salt. I tried reglar pretzel shapes and made pretzel nuggets...all of them turned out well. Very tasty. I warmed up some salsa con queso to dip the pretzels in. It was just like pretzel bites at the movies. Great recipe!
Not as sweet as I expected--just right! Great (and easier) as pretzel sticks. I found I didn't need nearly so much baking soda in the dipping solution.
Oh man these were scrumtious! I was shocked because they were so simple and had very little rising time. I used 3 1/2 cups of all purpose flour and they came out just fine. I baked them at 500 for 5 1/2 minutes. They were soft and were quickly devoured. Thank you so much!
Absoulutly the BEST!!! I've tried many and this is the greatest!!! My hubby, & rest of family Including grandkids love them!!!! Thanks for such a good recipe!!!
These pretzels are awesome!! I've made them probably 5 times within the past 2 months and they all get devoured. The only thing I do differently is cut out half a cup of the bread flour because it doesn't need it. Thanks for the recipe!