Out of the oven, the first bite gives a crisp crunch and wonderful pretzel flavor with the softest dough in the middle. Absolutely delightful! Once the boys heard the crunch, it was all hands on the cooling rack and nothing left in minutes. The flavor is good enough not to need extra butter (as my husband is wont to do at times) but also goes well with a goood coarse ground mustard and yes! a nice beer.
It was so easy I made multiple batches to play with. I reccomend not changing a thing in this recipe. I split the batch into 12 moderate sized pretzels rather than big ones. so that they would last longer (they didn't :)
One thing I did try that showed interesting results:
Kneading by hand made the inside very soft like frsh white bread.
Kneading by Kitchenaid made the center more tough for a heartier chew.
Also tried wrapping around already simmered turkey brats after dipping pretzels in baking soda solution and made fantastic pretzel brats.
This recipe is a definite keeper. My thanks to the Drexlers for passing this on!
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Out of the oven, the first bite gives a crisp crunch and wonderful pretzel flavor with the...