Isn't that a laxative?
I dare you to eat a large bowl.
Seriously, why though?
I mean, was there a specific thought process, or were you lacking all other thickening agents and had a large amount of psyllium on hand for some reason? Is this a desperate no-gluten experimentation? That would make me sad.
I normally use Semolina for that soup.. used it up and forgot to buy more before the holidays started. I thought it would work? That's only half a cup by the way.
I do use it in my smoothies as a cheap way to bump my fibre and thicken that too, and to skimp on bananas.
Oh yeah, it was so gross I had to throw it in the toilet :( I clogged my sink just tipping my bowlful in. It was like eating snot, it didn't even taste like tomatoes.
I didn't know it was gluten free though. Thank god I'm not celiac.
How do you fuck up pretzels this badly? Here was my first pretzel attempt, and I don't even have a fucking mixer. I made cinnamon-sugar pretzels and garlic-butter salted pretzels. Pic related is of the cinnamon ones.
How do you fuck up that badly?
It looks intentional, they are literally all in the shape that shit piles up into when it comes fresh out of an asshole.
You even fucked up and got stains all over the parchment paper, I refuse to believe this wasn't intentional.
OP here. I swear to fuck it wasn't intentional. I think they were too thick and I didn't spread them out enough. They were pretzel shape before I baked them.
sup OP, this was my first attempt at pretzels
we can't all be bakers
>Pic related is of the cinnamon ones.
But aren't they just oddly shaped cinnamon doughnuts? I've always thought of pretzels as bite-sized salty snacks.
I just want to know why no one in this thread can take a fucking picture of their food plated nicely. Why do we have to look at your shitty pretzels (or wannabe pretzels) laying on a filthy baking sheet? It makes them look 9999999 times worse. And I'm not just referring to OP.
They tasted pretty good. Here's the garlic and butter ones
You actually just changed my life. I love making home made pretzels but they always stick to the pan and when I butter them I use a brush and melted butter and it drains onto the pan. When I remove them and put fresh ones on to bake they stick to it and everything. I never once thought of using your setup like in that photo which would be so much better off. Thank you! Trying it today.