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Found this gem in The New York Times - I plan to make them this week. Oh, my DF, a lovely woman of Polish descent who has kept her Brooklyn accent after being gone so many years, will be soooo surprised! The article noted - Like the bialy, a form of pletzel from Bialystok, her tzibele pletzel (onion pletzel) is studded with onions and poppy seeds, but it is flatter than the bialy and made from a sweet dough formed into a round, rolled out very thin and then pricked with a fork. I'm using 2 tespoons yeast for my first making & will increase to the 2 tablespoons yeast the recipe calls for.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (806 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1