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What To Do With Glutino Bagels
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Hello,

We bought these cause they were out of Udi's and really hate them. If I could slice them I might give them a 2nd chance but they are like bricks. I don't think my blender will even chop these into crumbs so...... any idea's

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Microwave them a few seconds to soften them. Then slice them thin, cross-sectional-wise . . . so you end up with pieces about the size of a quarter . . . does that make sense? Then brush them with olive oil and sprinkle them with onion powder, garlic powder and sea salt. Bake them in the oven until they are toasted. Bagel Chips!!

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Microwave them a few seconds to soften them. Then slice them thin, cross-sectional-wise . . . so you end up with pieces about the size of a quarter . . . does that make sense? Then brush them with olive oil and sprinkle them with onion powder, garlic powder and sea salt. Bake them in the oven until they are toasted. Bagel Chips!!

I will try this but maybe with cinnamon and sugar for a sweet treat!!

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That sounds good, too. I bought some half-priced (expiring) Udi's bagels and I was planning on doing the chips . . . I think I'll do half of them sweet and half salty. Thanks for the idea.

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I like the bagel chip idea.

If you need another idea, you could cut them into small pieces put them in a bowl and sprinkle with a little water, cover bowl and let sit a little while to hydrate. Then you could process them for adding to meatloaf, meat balls etc...

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Kindling.

Electric fence corner insulators. Just spray paint 'em yellow first.

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Croutons. I find bagel chunks to be better for rustic croutons than thin sliced bread. Great in panzanella salad, too, as they absorb flavours/juices of the other ingredients such as tomatoes.

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Just gotta say I microwaved and thin sliced and then toasted for bagel chips and yup like sheet rock. My daughter called them rocks . OK Yellow corner fence insulators it is. :-)

Maybe I got a bad batch !!!

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