Golden sesame baby bagels express…

Ideal for breakfast or brunch. You won’t have them in 5 minutes, but you just need 3 minutes of your time, so you can do your gym, take shower, etc. You wouldn’t go out to buy some in pajama anyway. So bake them.
And in less than 1 hour :

Tatada ! A 1/2 dozen of cute mini golden sesame bagels !

1. Put some sesame seeds to toast. In a bowl mix flour and baking powder, a little salt, a little oil, water enough to make it gooey. Add in the seeds.
2. With a spoon and wet fingers fill some ring “donut” molds (savarin molds they are). Let 15 minutes.
3. Put in the toast at 180 degrees (that took 15 minutes).

For 2/3 cup of flour, I had 6 minis.

Serve hot with fresh fruits : kaki (persimmon) and mikan (mandarin orange). Add butter if you want,but they are delicious just like that, flavored by the sesame.

Let the butter melt and sprinkle a little Ceylon cinnamon powder.

Keep a few for later.

Bretzelling… (via GiO)

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I wanted to eat a few moricettes…
So I baked a whole batch of assorted bretzels.

really many :

Bread dough, with surdough (from the day before). For the malty touch, I add roast wheat …

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Ugly rings…

A totem ? No, a batch of those delicious ugly bagels…

A bagel tree.

Their aspect is not smoother than last time… I could change of recipe but would they be as good ?

another batch (with recipe)

Can you guess the flavors ? I had nothing very fancy in stock…

Inside the chocolate one. Yummy ! I’ll keep the recipe.

Answer : 1 batch =
1 plain
+ 2 raisin-cinnamon
+ 1 goji berries
+ 1 chocolate chips (cocoa mass)
+ 1 coffee (with instant coffee)

Kiki the witch bakes cherry bagels. (via Gourmande in Osaka)

Last year…

Kiki the witch bakes cherry bagels. Kiki the witch-MAP is my "panyakiki" AKA "machine that bakes your pan"… yep, Home-Bakery in Japanese. In France, we say MAP (machine a pain). Mine is "Kiki" for the friends, like Miyazaki's Kiki the witch. Miyazaki's flying Kiki. Old Kiki baking in my home… I bought her many years ago, and she kneeds half of the bread I eat. Ping-pong balls. Shaped bagels. Inflated. Bathing. Doubling of volume. Boiled. Baked. They don't taste like the bagels … Read More

via Gourmande in Osaka

Bretzelling…

I wanted to eat a few moricettes…

Dinner with Moricette

So I baked a whole batch.

Bread dough, with surdough (from the day before). For the malty touch, I add roast wheat germs.

Shaping…

Bath in soda water…

They get out yellow. Add more yellow from egg yolk diluted in water. And bake till they turn brown.

Moricette au sel. I give the French names… I don’t know others. They are also called malicettes, minicettes or spelled mauricettes. I think a company registered the “moricette” brand so other shops had to change. That’s not fair.

Moricette au sesame.

Batons au sesame et pavot.

Noeud au sesame.

I also made balls, a bretzel, a bagel…

This last one is dessert, sweetened with yellow cane sugar. It’s a singer. Yeah, with anise seeds. It’s moricette a l’anis . I wonder if her parents (or her management) gave her the name on purpose.