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Old 02-09-2019, 08:49 AM   #1
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Pretzel Bites Question

Iím gonna make some pretzel bites today from this recipe. I found it odd that recipe calls for a ten minute rest after kneading, but no rising period (let rise until doubled in bulk).

Is this just a mistake in the recipe, or am I supposed to only do a 10 minute rise?

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I believe she explains it pretty well with this:

"I made these bites with fast acting yeast so you only need about 10 minutes of rising time. You can subsitute active dry yeast just make sure to add an extra hour of time to allow the dough to rise."

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I believe she explains it pretty well with this:

"I made these bites with fast acting yeast so you only need about 10 minutes of rising time. You can subsitute active dry yeast just make sure to add an extra hour of time to allow the dough to rise."

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I donít know how I missed that! Thanks.
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I have been known to miss an ingredient and then wonder why a dish didn't turn out good..
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