New York-Style Bagel Recipe - "This bagel recipe is not only one of the best bagel recipes that I’ve tried, but it doesn’t require a rocket scientist (sorry rocket scientists reading this… I like the saying!) to make the recipe. The bagels are awesome fresh out of the oven, but when they’re toasted… Oh, my! Can we just say that you’ll be making this recipe time and time again?"
By this point you've all seen these unicorn rainbow bagels from The Bagel Store in Brooklyn, NY, fill your newsfeed. You've sat there at home, plotted your next trip to New York, wondered how long you'd have to wait in line for these beauties, and hoped that they taste as magical as they sound. Right? Well, just in case you're not ready to brave the hordes of customers knocking down their doors, we hacked the recipe and are here to show you how to make these at home!
They won’t toast it, so don’t bother asking. But you also won’t need it: the bagels at the Park Slope spot Bagel Hole are served still warm from the oven, and are everything you’re looking for in a bagel—chewy, slightly dense, great on their own, and even better with a schmear. But that's just one New Yorker's opinion—the best bagel shop in New York City is a subject of heated debate and something no two city dwellers can agree on. JM