Flavored Pretzels

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Flavored Pretzels

I love a good food experiment, especially when it seems easy, uses things I already have on hand, and in this case, I only invested the price of a bag of pretzels. Why not try it?

I’ve been seeing recipes around for an apparently easy way to make flavored pretzels. They seemed a bit too easy to be honest, but I wanted to see if the methodology would really work. So on a lazy Saturday, I just decided to give it a go. Here ’tis with my variation on the flavors.

1 pound mini twist pretzels
3/4 cup canola oil
1 Tbs Korean hot pepper flakes (gochugaru)
1 Tbs McCormick Montreal black pepper seasoning
1 Tbs Old Bay seasoning

In a large resealable plastic bag, add oil and spices and mix them together until incorporated. Add pretzels and mixed until throughly combined. Let sit until all flavoring is absorbed, turning the bag several times over a 24 hour period.*

Well the method worked just fine. I did see some recipes that used a full cup of canola oil, but just as many used 3/4 and I went with that. Just a bit of a warning, the heat on these, if made as above, is at the end of it.

The MotH got to the heart of it when he said, these are beer pretzels.

*you can also bake these in a 200 degree oven for 1 hour stirring several times.