Rhodes Roll Recipe
Rhodes Texas Rolls
Coarse Salt (or any other pretzel toppings you would like, ie. cinnamon)
Boiling water (approx. 4 cups or 6 inches in a pan)
1 1/2 tsp baking soda
Let your rolls thaw until they are soft but not starting to rise. Roll the dough into a long rope about 18" long. Twist dough rope into a pretzel shape. Place on a sprayed baking sheet, cover with sprayed plastic wrap. Let rise 30-45 minutes. Bring water to a boil and add baking soda to water. Place pretzels in the water for about 30 seconds. While they are in the water spoon some water over the top to help boil the top. Don't leave in much longer than 30 seconds or it will leave a big mess. Remove pretzel from the water with a slotted metal spatula or spoon and let them cool and drain on a cooling rack. After cooling, place pretzels back on the baking sheet and add the toppings you prefer. Toppings will adhere better if the tops are a little moist. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool for a few minutes, and ENJOY!
Such an easy fun recipe that the whole family can participate in. My girls had a blast "creating" their own pretzel! These pretzels are chewy and yummy, just like they should be!
*For pictures of every step, click HERE to go to the Rhodes Roll Blog.