1 1/2 c
4-4 1/2 c
soda water: 1/4 c. water & 2t. soda
1Dissolve yeast in warm water. Add brown sugar and vegetable oil. Add flour. Let rise for 1/2 hour. Shape into balls about the size of golf balls. Roll out to 10 to 15 inches long. Shape into pretzels. Dip into soda water. Place on greased cookie sheet. Bake at 425 degrees untill golden brown on top. Dip top side of bretzel in melted butter after baked. Dip into your choice of cheese sauce. Or eat them plain. Also can add pretzel salt if liked.
2REMINDER: KEEP WATCH WHEN IN OVEN. THEIR IS NO TIME FOR HOW LONG THESE WILL BAKE!!! Every oven is different. Do not let them get too brown!!!
Chris T. chrisb64 - Jan 5, 2012
These look so good, I used to make homemade soft pretzels years ago, I know my recipe had only like 1 tablespoon of white sugar so I am curious about what the 1/3 cup of brown sugar will taste like...yummy I'll bet! I have a few questions; what is this soda water? soda as in seltzer or soda as in baking soda? I noticed the picture of the pretzels seem to be salted with a coarse salt but the recipe says to dip them in butter and they don't look like they have been dipped in butter so do you do one or the other...butter OR salt or both? Thank you...sorry to be a bother but I would like to try this recipe and would rather have them come out right.
Rose Rauhauser NewYorkWoman - Jan 5, 2012
I was going to ask about the soda water, I was thinking maybe seltzer? I don't like salt, so I think I'd top them with nothing and/or cinnamon sugar or grated cheese, what do you think???
Rachel Weyerman Mennonite_Girl_ - Jan 5, 2012
Sorry for the confussion Chris. I use baking soda. Sorry about putting dipped in butter. I BRUSH melted butter on them then I sprinkle coarse salt on them