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Bread Machine Bagels

Bread Machine Bagels created by Boomette

The boys like to help me shape the bagels. We come up with quite a few unusual shapes. These are quick and easy. We toast them and serve them for breakfast with cream cheese.

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  • Measure first 5 ingredients into bread machine in the order recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Select dough setting.
  • When cycle is completed, remove the dough from the machine.
  • Place dough on a floured surface.
  • Divide into 10 parts.
  • Form into balls, gently press thumb through center of ball and slowly stretch into bagel shape.
  • Place on a greased baking sheet, cover with a damp cloth and set in a warm place to rise.
  • Bring three quarts of water and one tablespoon of sugar to a rapid boil in a large sauce pan.
  • Using a slotted spoon, drop 2 to 3 bagels into rapidly boiling water.
  • Boil on each side for 1 to 2 minutes.
  • Remove and cool on wire rack 1 minute.
  • Brush with egg wash and sprinkle with sesame or poppy seeds, if desired.
  • Bake at 400 degrees on a baking sheet sprinkled with cornmeal until golden.
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"The boys like to help me shape the bagels. We come up with quite a few unusual shapes. These are quick and easy. We toast them and serve them for breakfast with cream cheese."
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  1. Ilovemybabybelle
    First time making bagels and this was an excellent recipe. The only thing I did differently was to use organic ingredients instead of normal ingredients. Tasted great!
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  2. Food Snob in Israel
    This is the second time I've made the recipe. Look, it's not knocking my socks off or anything. It's okay. It's close to a bagel. It's tough. It's missing the crispy outside and creamy/chewy inside that makes a bagel really great, though. It's okay. The convienence of a bread machine is a big plus. And they taste good, if not plain.
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  3. abigailrose1964gmai
    These are the best ever, most fantastic, super delicious bagels I have ever had....better than Panera even! I have been struggling to find a decent bagel recipe and these are by far the most excellent bagels I have ever tasted! Thank-you so much for a wonderful recipe!
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  4. Chocolatl
    Finally--homemade bagels that are actually thick enough to slice! These are easy, and very tasty. I sprinkled half of them with poppy seeds and half with minced onion. It's unfortunate that there's no baking time listed. Even though baking times are only a guideline, I could have used that guideline. I had to rely on guesswork, and ended up having to put the bagels back in the oven because they weren't done. I would say somewhere between 30-40 minutes would be right. I also think the water, sugar and cornmeal should have been listed in the ingredients (or near the top since they shouldn't be included in the nutritional analysis). I knew to use them because I've attempted bagels before, and because I read recipes several times before I make the dish, but an inexperienced baker might have problems. But the bagels are excellent; I might try the recipe with a little rye flour next time. Made for 1-2-3 Hits Tag.
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  5. Boomette
    Bread Machine Bagels Created by Boomette
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