Bagel - step 1: mix, knead and first rise using a heavy duty mixer with a dough hook
Bagels - Introduction
Source: The Best Bagels are made at home by Dona Z. Meilach - Order
A heavy duty electric mixer with a dough hook will make short work of mixing small or
large batches of dough quickly.
Combine the warm liquid (110-115 degrees), syrup, honey or sugar, oil and yeast, and then
add half the flour and all other dry ingredients. Add remaining flour until a ball forms.
The dough hook will do part or all of the kneading, which should take about 5 minutes. If
the dough begins to strain the machine, add more water so it becomes softer (check your
manufacturer's directions; a heavy duty mixer with a dough hook should have no problem
kneading). When dough appears near desired consistency, remove it from the bowl and knead
in extra dough until it forms a soft ball. Follow the same first rise procedures as in the
hand mixing or food processor methods. If a fast-rising yeast is used, the first rise is
Proceed to Shape Bagels.
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