Pretzels are one of the simplest foods you can make.
There are a number of different varieties, but the most common ones are made with the yeast that produces the cheesy goodness in a dough.
These are called pretzels.
But they’re also known for their high sugar content, which can lead to a sticky texture and taste.
A new research project aims to give these pretzel bun testers a taste of their own.
They’ve created a dough that contains just the right amount of sugar and is made from a mixture of yeast and cornstarch, a sugar-free flour that’s used to make bread.
The result is a soft, chewy pretzel that tastes like a simple version of a regular bun.
What you’ll need Ingredients 2-3 tbsp cornstarchy flour