Have some fun in the kitchen with a batch of homemade bagels. Bagels are tasty and easy to make, and can be frozen to be toasted and enjoyed later. We have bread machine bagel recipes, too!
Once you see how easy it is so make this bread in your bread machine, you won't buy it at the store anymore!
These little bread rings, Jewish in origin, are delicious teamed with savoury fillings such as smoked salmon and a soft cheese, or egg and salad. The double cooking method – first by briefly poaching in boiling water, then baking – gives bagels their unique soft crumb and slightly chewy crust.
The trick is to boil before baking! This makes an excellent batch of plain bagels that you can enhance with sesame seeds or poppy seeds.
Making bagels is fun, but does require a bit of effort. But in the end you'll be rewarded with delicious bagels that also freeze well!
Chewy and delicious bagels can be made in your own kitchen with this foolproof recipe, with instructions for both bread machine and 'old fashioned' methods.
If you love Bagels, you have to try this easy Bagel recipe, which enlists the help of your bread machine! You can use poppy seeds for the topping, or try sesame seeds. You can also leave them plain. These freeze well after they've cooled completely.
A ring of delicious Turkish bread, covered in sesame seeds. A great midday snack, or include as part of a packed lunch with cheese, olives and cold meats.
A little parsley adds a hint of freshness and colour to dishes, but when used in quantity its unique flavour can really be appreciated. It also makes a healthy contribution along with the vegetables to this delicious filling for bagels, which is based on creamy reduced-fat soft cheese.
A truly exciting way to eat a bagel. This innovative recipe with chicken and avocado-grape salsa will leave you wanting more.
A fruity spicy twist on a New York bagel recipe. They look like bagels but taste more like currant buns or rock cakes.