Recipe: Pimento Cheese Swirl Pretzel Breadsticks

TheGirl:

Hhhhmmmm….try this new recipe for the New Year

Originally posted on Revel Kitchen:

Pimento Cheese Pretzel Breadsticks

Learn more about the development of this recipe in my related posts, How to Make Soft Pretzel Breadsticks, and Recipe: Soft Pretzel Breadsticks

A soft pretzel with a swirl of decadent pimento cheese baked right in and a frizzled cheddar top.

The steps and ingredients are the same as for making Soft Pretzel Breadsticks up until the shaping, so some of the original photos are not reproduced here. For the full set of photos, please refer to the basic recipe. If you do not already have a batch of pimento cheese prepared, there is plenty of time to whip some up while the dough is rising.

When slashing the breadsticks before baking, it is important to make acute slashes (try to keep your blade almost parallel to your work surface). If the slash penetrates the top layer of dough, the pimento cheese will bubble through while baking. It…

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