Introduction: Whole Wheat Bagel

You can sprinkle your unbaked bagels with anything you like, but this time I use sesame seeds and sunflower seeds :)

Step 1: Method

1 c lukewarm water

1 tbsp dry instant yeast

2 1/2 c whole wheat flour

2 tbsp peanut oil (or whichever oil you prefer to use/available)

a pinch of salt

Topping:

sunflower seeds, whole or chopped

toasted sesame seeds

bagel salt

For cooking:

enough water

1 tbsp baking soda

Method:

Bloom yeast in lukewarm water then add in peanut oil and salt

Mix in 1 1/2 c flour, stir with wooden spoon then add in the rest of the flour, knead

Cover with clean towel and let stand for an hour

Divide dough into two portions and shape into long ropes. Cut into smaller ropes and make bagels from each rope. place on aluminum foil lined baking sheet and let rest for half hour

Bring water to boil and dissolve baking soda in it. Low heat to simmer.

Drop a bagel each at a time (or two), for a minutes or two, turn over bagel and boil for another minute or two

Place bagel back on baking sheet and sprinkle with toppings

Bake bagel for 10 minutes at 475 F

Best freshly baked, but good in room temperature for 2-3 days (without them getting hard/stale)

Enjoy :)

Comments

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warriorethos2 (author)2016-02-21

klinong, your whole wheat bagel receipt is simple and easy to follow. The bagels have a real full look to them. I will have to try your receipt. Good luck in the Meal Prep Contest.

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klinong (author)warriorethos22016-06-11

many thanks!!!

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Wynd (author)2016-02-15

Sounds yummy! I will have to give this a try asap :D

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klinong (author)Wynd2016-02-17

Happy Baking!

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benderjamesbond made it! (author)2016-02-15

Nice. I just tried this, and they turned out well. The differences are that mine rose for longer (I was out doing errands), boiled for longer (I forgot about them on the stove), and by the time I took pictures of the final product only three were left (a testament to their acceptance in my house). Great job.

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klinong (author)benderjamesbond2016-02-17

They look awesome, congrats! Thank you for sharing :)

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