- Alton Brown's Homemade Soft Pretzels - one of my favorite food network chefs and his take on homemade soft pretzels (German style). **I tried this one today (4/26/11) and it was pretty good, though not exactly the way I like them. They were slightly crunchy on the outside and very soft and chewy on the inside if that's the way you like them.
A Cinnamon Sugar Pretzel using Alton's recipe.
- Gluten-Free Soft Pretzels - I am very glad that I do not have a gluten allergy but know a few people who do.
- Aunties Delicious Soft Pretzels (Amish recipe)
- Homemade Soft Pretzels - this recipe calls for just baking, no baking soda dip.
- Easy Soft Pretzels - this recipe uses store-bought breadstick dough to make the pretzels. With as busy as life seems, I'm always looking for "quick fix" ideas.
- Buttery Soft Pretzels - this calls for more yeast than the other recipes so I'm assuming it will be a little more fluffy. It is very highly rated and saved/reviewed by over 1,000 people. Looking forward to trying this recipe. Several of the reviewers mentioned that they used less flour than the recipe calls for. Many also substituted butter for the vegetable oil (one even used coconut oil).
|Miss E. adding the sugar to the water.|
|Mr. R. adding the yeast to the water and sugar.|
|"Kneading" the dough.|
|Pretzel dough rising...|
|...53 minutes later.|
|Miss E. trying to roll out the dough.|
|Mr. R. doing a really good job at rolling his dough out.|
|5 formed, 3 to go.|
|Boiling in baking soda and water solution.|
|Baked, brushed with butter, dusted with cinnamon & sugar...|
|and ready to eat.|