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Tuesdays With Dorie: Vegan Bagels October 16, 2012

Filed under: Baking,Baking With Julia,Bread,Tuesdays With Dorie,Vegan — pastrybrush @ 5:34 pm
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This weeks Tuesdays with Dorie I can actually post because it was VERY easy to make Vegan.

The recipe this week is being hosted by Heather at Heather’s Bytes, and she is throwing down Bagels. So if you want the recipe just swing on by Heather’s Bytes. The only thing that you have to do to make this recipe Vegan is to substitute the melted butter at the beginning of the recipe for vegetable oil and I didn’t use the egg whites to adhere toppings to the bagels. That is it.

The entire recipe does take some time to make.
Step 1: Make dough
Step 2: First Rise
Step 3: Refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight
Step 4: Shape half of the dough
Step 5: Boil shaped dough, in small batches
Step 6: Bake bagels in oven.
Step 7: Repeat with other half of dough Steps 4-6
Step 8: EAT

I started this recipe last night and then discovered the refrigeration step and then had to modify my schedule for today so that I was able to boil/bake every thing up. Usually, I bake while my daughter takes her nap, but today she was very accommodating and let me bake while she played with her toys this morning. Granted she did get curious and wanted to know what I was up to, so I showed her the bagels boiling. She is only 16 months, so she wasn’t too interested. I think she was wondering why I wasn’t in the same room with her.

After the bagels baked and finished cooling, I picked up one right off the rack and ate it plain. Emma insisted on having some so we sat on the couch together and I gave her the inside of the bagel. It tasted great. Actually better than any bagel I have ever tasted, and I will definitely be making these again when I have the time.

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4 Responses to “Tuesdays With Dorie: Vegan Bagels”

  1. Cathleen Says:

    That is a beautiful looking bagel!

  2. Ckay Says:

    It’s nice to know that turning bagels into vegan bagels isn’t that difficult and that they come out beautiful and delicious.
    If you love pumpkin and chocolate, I have a great recipe for you: http://sweetandthatsit.blogspot.ch/2012/06/chocolate-pumpkin-loaf-vegan-torta-alla.html
    Do you know Isa Chandra Moskowitz? She’s a great VEGAN author. I’m not VEGAN but I love what I’ve baked so far and reducing egg and butter in our cakes is so much healthier.

    • pastrybrush Says:

      Hey Ckay,
      I will definitely take a look at that chocolate pumpkin loaf recipe.
      Of course I have heard of Isa. I might just own all of her cookbooks. I love them🙂

  3. Rose Taylor Says:

    Wow! This is amazingly easy to make. It looks very delicious as well!


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