Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Bagels and Pretzels

Awhile back, I shaped bagel dough into braids, twists, pretzels and wedges.  The wedges were my favorite because they toasted great, and held a good amount of white chicken meat with mayo.

After being a VegHead for most my life, I never thought chicken and bagels would become my favorite meat and bread combination.  But I love it, and often roast a chicken and bake bagels for the same meal.

So simple.  So good.    



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11 comments:

  1. Oh my God. I am so jealous. I am not a baker. I'm a cook, but I suck at baking. My mother is a wonderful baker, so I don't know where I went wrong. But your bread looks beautiful. Is there any food more versatile, more comforting, than a beautiful loaf of bread. I am thinking, no way, Jose.
    Love your site!!

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  2. Hi jdcoughlin: Thanks for stopping by and thanks for the nice words about my site. I'm headed to work soon, but will be over to check out your site, when I get back later tonight.

    Happy Eating :-)

    PS: I love breads too. Grounding wheaten breads are my favorite. So good.

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  3. How about a roasted chicken-flavored bagel? The photos are making me HUNGRY.
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  4. Mmmmm! Ivy they look delicious.

    Katie x

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  5. I'm going to go toast a bagel right now. Those pictures made me hungry.

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  6. Yummy! Great idea and great pics. Thanks!

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  7. Those photos have convinced me to try making bagels this weekend instead of my normal loaf!

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  8. Those look so yummy! I wish I weren't on a diet. :)

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  9. Hi there, Milo: In fact, I do make a poultry seasoned bagel and eat that with chicken and mayo. SO GOOD.

    Hi Katie: They are yummy. I love to make a double batch and freeze on batch.

    Hey Rusty: Thanks. You're food looks fantastic as well.

    Howdy Alan: I'd love to hear about your bagel adventure making. I do so enjoy making them. Hope you find it fun as well.

    Hi fakesteph: Nice to see you again. How about a wheaten bagel?

    Thanks guys, for stopping by. I'm home from the shop and about to make supper. Hope you all ate something yummy today.

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  10. Big Ivy (^_^) Oh man. Just what a person needs that tours hospitals on a regular basis. :) Yum!

    He's safe and sound. *she lets out the breath she's been holding in for a week*

    I must make bread when I get home. Got a good recipe?

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  11. Hi Robyn - I was just thinking about you and then you posted a comment. Glad to hear he is safe and sound.

    The recipe is not mine to publish, but, I will do a blog about the book it came from. I love this bread book and from what I understand, a revised or newer edition is available for sale.

    Sending you hugs and good wishes :-)

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