Mall Pretzels Video
Those big, soft pretzels rolled in coarse salt are yours to bake at home with basic bread ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.
When you suddenly get a craving for homemade soft pretzels and you're not at the mall, you won't need to wait for dough to rise if you use store-bought pizza dough! Serve, of course, with mustard.
Fun to make, traditional pretzels are great with a nice mug of beer!
These warm and buttery, homemade soft pretzels can be topped with sea salt for a savory snack or cinnamon and sugar for a sweet treat.
Here's a twisted idea: Learn how to make fresh, hot pretzels at home. Get step-by-step instructions and recipes to try.
These soft, buttery pretzels made with sourdough starter are rolled up and twisted completely from scratch.
First boiled with baking soda, these homemade soft pretzels are brushed in butter at the finish line and served with a queso dip starring classic white American cheese.
I have baked my entire life and this seemed like the easiest of recipes for a pretzel. There was no boiling beforehand - so this was a short cut, so to speak. I should have known better. They came out biscuit like on the inside and you have to watch the temperature to keep the bottoms from burning but still allow the tops to brown. I always read the reviews and didn't see anything I should've done differently. They aren't eve close to a mall pretzel. And if you are wondering why so many of the 174 pics are of fat, clumpy pretzels? It takes a long time to roll them to get them thin and long enough to make it appear like "Auntie Em's" pretzels. We did it, but still - biscuit like interior and crunchy exterior. Gross.