An interesting article from Ars Technic’s tech blog, which has been around since 2011, outlines how to make the world’s first, and so far only, pretzel machine.
It explains how to convert an ordinary doughnut doughnut into an unrefined pretzel, which you can use to make anything from a pretzels to pies.
Pretzel machines have been around for years, and have been used for everything from making cakes to serving appetizers, but until now, the process of making one is pretty much the same as it has ever been: use a doughnut cutter and some paper towels to cut out a doughy blob, then peel off the paper and use a knife to slice the doughnut in half.
The machine is pretty simple, but you can find some other tips to help you make a better pretzel recipe.
In short, this is a great way to use up some unused pretzellis, but it’s also very easy to screw up.
If you’re interested in making pretzel machine recipes, you can check out the full article here.