Bread machine Parmesan Garlic salty pretzels

January 29, 2011 at 6:01 pm Leave a comment

Mall pretzels are one of the best foods in the world. Have you ever stopped to wonder why these buttery, salty delights are relegated to only being shopping food? Or is that only wondered by people who live in towns that lack malls worthy of homemade pretzel stands?

This is a quick and easy treat to make with a bread machine and saves oh so much money over the mall.

In bread machine, layer:

1 cup beer

1 tbsp. butter

2 tbsp. sugar

1 tsp. salt

3 cups whit eflour

3/4 tsp yeast

Select dough/pasta setting. Press start.

When cycle is complete, remove dough and place on lightly floured surface. If needed, knead enough flour to make dough easy to handle. Roll into a 14X9 rectangle or something similar. Cut into strips about 3/4 inches wide. Roll dough strip and form into pretzel shape (or cut into bite-sized pretzel bites) and place on greased cookie sheets.

Beat one egg and add 1 tablespoon water, mix. Brush on top of pretzels liberally. Follow up with 2 shakes of sea salt per pretzel, 2-3 shakes of Parmesan cheese and 1 shake of garlic powder. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes (they will not be as brown as the ones you buy in the mall, be warned).

Serve with some sort of dip – spicy mustard, cheese dip (we made one with velveeta and salsa), melted garlic butter or marinara. Devour.

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Bread machines rule, as do coworkers who let you borrow their garage sale finds Olive heaven

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My name is Mallory Murray and I have a love of all things oldfashioned. I'm a modern day feminist who also adores Martha Stewart. Read on for my sewing, crochet, cooking, gardening, quilting and crafting projects. I am the chief officer of marketing and design at Northwest Missouri State University, so expect the occasional random post about marketing/universities/design. I dream of a hobby farm with baby doll sheep, a sheep dog, a small flock of chickens, and other animals to be announced. I'm also a Pitt State grad, football lover, HGTV addict and obsessed with the color aqua.

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