boiling water. Directions:Pre heat oven to 475 degrees In a mixer with a dough attachment, mix all ingredients well then knead for 5 minutes Place dough in a lightly floured freezer bag and allow dough to rest 30 minutes Mix baking soda with boiling water in a large flat bowl allow to cool while dough rest.Remove dough from bag and on a lightly greased surface roll dough into a log. Cut dough into 8 pieces.You should have 8 pieces of dough. Allow dough to rest 5 minutes Flatten each piece of dough into a flat disk.Take a little pastrami and little grated cheese and put into center of disk, fold dough over disk and pinch ends together. Take stick and roll to seal in filling into a log. Add all 8 sticks to the soaking bath and baste the sticks for two minutes with soaking liquid.Remove sticks from soaking liquid and place on a greased baking sheet, top with extra dried onion and salt if desired and allow to rest for 10 minutes.Bake pretzel sticks at 475 degrees for 9-10 minutes, remove from oven and baste with as much butter as you like.
It’s coming in June, and you aren’t going to want to miss it if you are a fan of summertime recipes. Then, I remembered, I already had an awesome stuffed bread recipe pinned – Cheddar Bacon StuffedPretzel Buns from Yammies Noshery
Stuff the mushrooms with the spinach and kale, top with feta cheese. This stuffed portabello was easy and fast to make and will definitely be making more frequent appearances on our brunch table in the future
This recipe goes well with Garlic Green beans, or a salad or asparagus or peas. and goat cheese. When the oils have heated sufficiently add the chicken and sprinkle with some garlic powder and some sea salt