Bagels originated in the Jewish communities of Poland. Bagels are traditionally shaped by hand to form a ring using yeasted dough. Roughly hand-sized, boiled and then baked, the result should be a dense, chewy, almost doughy interior with a browned and sometimes crisp exterior.
The team at Brick Lane Bagels make them in the traditional method they are meant to be made.
Comparable to the finest New York Bagel shops.
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