venerdì 11 giugno 2010


  • 1kg flour "00"     
  • 25 gr brewer's yeast
  • 600 cl water
  • 1 tbsp salt
Pour the flour in a large mixing bowl, add salt, melt brewer's yeast in warm water;  pour it in the mixing bowl and knead.
Now put the dough on a large work surface (or the table), and knead for about 15 minutes, until it gets smooth.
Put it again in the mixing bowl and cover with a cloth. Let it rise from 1.30 h to 2.30 h.
place the dough on the table again, divide it into small pieces of 100 gr weight each. Now form from each piece a roll 1cm thick and 60 cm long.
Now give it the shape of a's not that hard, just follow this rough guide...

place them on a baking tin, brush them with some yolk whisked with some water, sprinkle on some cooking salt. Bake at 230°C, for about 15 mins, until they look brown. Enjoy!

10 commenti:

María José Andreu Granados ha detto...

What good you have been wonderful, very very good explanations.
nice weekend

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) ha detto...

thts so easy ann....awesome..lovely pics....looks so good...pass me to njoy with my evening coffee...happy weekend dalring

~Lavender Dreamer~ ha detto...

Oh, I know I would love these! I'll try them soon! Thanks! ♥

Unknown ha detto...

Annalisa, they look wonderful. I hope you are well. Have a great weekend. Michael

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti ha detto...

They looks so good Annalisa. We call them "Pretzels" here in the US. I love when they are soft and warm from the oven.

Thank you for the nice birthday wishes! :-)

love lives in the kitchen ha detto...

ciao annalisa! e' da un po' che non venivo a trovarti... questa ricetta è fantastica solo che mi sono promessa che prima dell'estate non magerò pane ne simili.. chiossà se ce la farò dopo che ho visto le tue foto!
un abbraccio,

Lorna May ha detto...

those look fabulous - yummy, yummy, yummy :)

Natasha in Oz ha detto...

Wow, these look delicious. Thanks for the excellent instructions too.

Happy Birthday to Hero!

Best wishes,

Camp Stanhope Happenings ha detto...

My husband had me print this recipe and he's going to attempt them when he gets more of this fancy flour (he LOVES the flour, but the place we used to buy it closed)....

Anonimo ha detto...

These are so perfect and I love pretzels....wish I was your neighbor so we could do tea and pretzels...Mmmm! xo