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This is a 5 star recipe x3. I just found one major problem--it doesn't make enough--12 is just not enough!!!!!Wow they are fantastic & so very easy to make. The aroma coming from the oven is exactly like the bakery back home!!!!The yeast bread smell mixed with the onion is pure heaven! I will make these over & over & over ......5* and then some

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Iron Bloomers April 07, 2002

I make bagels and my son asked me to try bialys I found many recipes but, this was the 2nd one I tried- the first one was the most horrible THIS IS TO DIE FOR - IT'S EASY AND JUST OUT OF THIS WORLD Even if you do not bake - you can make this and be a star

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bari nessel March 18, 2002

5 Big, Fat, Yeasty Stars for this gem of a recipe! Easy to make-easy directions. Bialys in our house are known as "Better Bagels". Thank you for posting. PS< My friend who helped me prepare these bialys also joined me in toasting a glass of wine to you Dear Bergy for your wonderful recipe! cg ;)

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COOKGIRl September 14, 2006

Great recipe Bergy. The dough rose like a dream, and the end result was a nice chewy bun. They would be great with a hearty soup or stew. I put grated old cheddar on half instead of the onion poppyseed mixture. I think next time I will make 8 buns instead of 12, for sandwich size.

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Jan in Lanark April 12, 2006
New York Bialy, First Cousin to a Bagel