Coming to you with an Aussie twist on a classic snack to make in your Airfryer; the Philips fairy bread bagel recipe.
With loads of people using their Airfryer to make their own bagels, this sweet variation created by Philips Kitchen Ambassador and Chef, Elle Vernon, is an easy four-ingredient recipe topped with hundreds and thousands!
Preparation time: 10 mins
Cooking time: 12 mins
● 1 ½ cups self-raising flour, plus extra to dust
● a pinch of sea-salt flakes, to season
● 1 cup Greek-style natural yogurt
● 1 egg, lightly beaten
● 2 Tbsp hundreds and thousands
STEP 1 Put flour and salt into a large bowl. Add yogurt, and stir until a shaggy mixture forms.
STEP 2 Tip the mixture onto a clean, dry surface. Use your hands to gather the mixture into a rough ball, then knead the dough together until all of the flour has been incorporated, and a slightly sticky ball has formed.
STEP 3 Cut the ball into quarters. Dust the surface with a little flour, then roll one portion into a log, 24cm long. Curl the log to form a ring, pinching the two ends together to adhere. Repeat with remaining portions. Brush tops with a little egg.
STEP 4 Place hundreds and thousands on a plate, then lightly press dough rings into the hundred's and thousand's, egg-side down.
STEP 5 Remove the mesh basket from the Philips XXL Digital Airfryer and arrange inside, with hundred's and thousand's facing up, leaving a little space in between each one.
STEP 6 Return the basket to the Airfryer and set temperature to 160C and time to 12 minutes. Cook until bagels are light golden brown. Remove basket from Airfyer and set aside for 15 minutes to allow bagels to cool slightly. Enjoy warm, or cool completely if preferred.
● Try serving these with butter and raspberry jam.
● Best eaten on the day of cooking.