Vegan Bagels

Vegan Bagels
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Prep Time10 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time30 mins
Ingredients
 1 cup wholemeal flour
 ¾ cup vegan Greek yoghurt or plant based yoghurt like coconut yoghurtjust plain Greek yoghurt if you're not vegan
 1 tsp salt
 1 tsp baking powder
Method
1

Pre-heat the oven to 218C

2

Combine the dry ingredients first then add yoghurt to knead the dough into a soft ball. It may feel sticky which is fine but you can sprinkle some flour over it to make it manageable

3

When the dough binds into a ball, transfer to a floured worktop and knead well. The more you knead the softer the dough will become and the less dense your bagels will turn out. I recommend you knead 10-15 times folding and pressing the dough down into itself

4

Cut into 4 equal parts to make 4 mini bagels or 2 parts for 2 large bagels

5

Roll out with your hands to form a thick sausage shape, then fold one end into the other to form the round bagel shape, pressing the dough together to close the shape into place

6

Slightly flatten the bagels by pressing down some poppy seeds or sesame seeds into the formed bagels

7

Bake in the oven for 15-20 mins or until the bagels change colour to a cooked light brown

Ingredients

Ingredients
 1 cup wholemeal flour
 ¾ cup vegan Greek yoghurt or plant based yoghurt like coconut yoghurtjust plain Greek yoghurt if you're not vegan
 1 tsp salt
 1 tsp baking powder

Directions

Method
1

Pre-heat the oven to 218C

2

Combine the dry ingredients first then add yoghurt to knead the dough into a soft ball. It may feel sticky which is fine but you can sprinkle some flour over it to make it manageable

3

When the dough binds into a ball, transfer to a floured worktop and knead well. The more you knead the softer the dough will become and the less dense your bagels will turn out. I recommend you knead 10-15 times folding and pressing the dough down into itself

4

Cut into 4 equal parts to make 4 mini bagels or 2 parts for 2 large bagels

5

Roll out with your hands to form a thick sausage shape, then fold one end into the other to form the round bagel shape, pressing the dough together to close the shape into place

6

Slightly flatten the bagels by pressing down some poppy seeds or sesame seeds into the formed bagels

7

Bake in the oven for 15-20 mins or until the bagels change colour to a cooked light brown

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