How to cook tasty bagels with jam
I recommend this recipe to anyone who is just beginning to comprehend the wisdom of all the baking. Bagels turn out very tasty and appetizing, so I share this recipe on how to bake quick and tasty delicious bagels with jam, with no specific time and extra costs.
- Wheat flour – 2.5 cups
- Margarine – 7 oz (200 g.)
- Sour cream – 7 oz (200 g.)
- Baking soda
- Apricot (or other) jam
- Icing sugar
First, we need to knead the dough for bagels. Take the container which you will use to prepare the dough and pour the flour there. Add margarine, which should be soft, but don’t melt it before use.
Then, add sour cream and a pinch of baking soda which should be extinguished by the vinegar.
Get the dough well-kneaded.
Then stack the dough in a plastic bag and put in the refrigerator for about 1.5-2 hours.
We now get the dough out of the fridge, divide it roughly into four equal parts.
Take one piece of dough and roll it out thin. Thickness must be about 0.1 inch (4 mm.)
Then roll the cake and cut it in half until you have 8 or 10 pieces. I got 8 parts, but because there are 4 dough pieces, the result came out with 32 delicious bagels.
Since the dough did not turned sweet, I lightly sprinkled the top of cakes with sugar in unrolled condition.
At each of the parts, it is necessary to spread jam (or you can fully lubricate each part).
Then roll up each piece of the dough from the outside to its central angle to form a bagels. You can bend them slightly and sprinkle them with sugar.
Then, pull out the pan, grease it with oil or blanket with parchment paper. Spread the formed bagels with jam and send in a pre-heated oven (400 F or 200 C).
Bake the bagels until golden brown for 20-25 minutes. When the bagels are ready, you can sprinkle them with icing sugar. Enjoy your meal.
- If there is no jam, then you can make these bagels with canned or frozen cherries and other fruits. The main reason why jam is recommended is because jam is not too runny.
- If there is no vinegar, you can replace it with lemon or citric acid.
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