to open your own bagel store???
The cost of starting a bagel bakery can be expensive.
However, if you choose to use frozen dough bagels rather
than mixing your own dough, you will be able to
significantly reduce your start up costs. The
machinery associated with bagel and dough manufacturing can
be expensive and can take up valuable space in your
store. Instead of making the bagel dough, you can raw
pre-formed bagel dough from A&S Bagels. The baking
of the bagels is still done at the store level. This ensures
that customers will be able to smell the bagels baking in
the oven and still have a great tasting New York
Bagel. Typically a new bagel store using frozen dough
will not need to occupy as much space, thus saving on rent
costs. Additionally, by using already pre-formed bagel
dough, you will not need a dough mixer, bagel former (bagel
divider), or a place to store bags of flour.
Shipping or Delivery can be arranged to most parts of the United States.
Please inquire about your location. Bring Real New
York Bagels to your city. Our New York Bagels
have been enjoyed across the country, including, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, New Jersey, Florida,
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, Washington,
D.C. and more. Of course, our bagels have also
been enjoyed throughout New York, including Manhattan,
Brooklyn, Long Island, Queens, the Bronx, Upstate New York,
Albany, Buffalo, Nassau, Suffolk and more.
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go through the trouble of making your own bagel dough? Spare your
time, energy and your labor resources; have A&S Bagels Inc.
deliver a consistent, great tasting bagel to your counter.
above are our bagels in the raw form. You can
order frozen pre-formed bagel dough for your bagel
store. A&S Bagels, Inc. proudly
distributes our frozen bagel dough to bagel stores
throughout the country.
If you are planning to open your own bagel store, or already
have your own bagel store, we can
help. Our frozen pre-formed bagel dough will save you
time, money, headaches and labor.
across the country have been able to save
resources by ordering and using pre-formed bagel
dough rings from A&S Bagels, Inc. Your
customers will be able to enjoy the great
tasting New York bagels that you baked fresh in
Raw Frozen Bagel Dough
baking techniques are intended for professional
bakers. Please keep in mind that in order to
avoid any physical injury to yourself, remember to always
pay attention and be careful when boiling and baking bagels.
The boiling water and oven used to bake the bagels are hot,
therefore, take the necessary precautions to avoid injury
- STEP 1
- Place 24 pieces of our frozen pre-formed
bagels on a proof board. The proof board,
usually an 18 inch by 26 inch board, should be
lightly dusted with corn meal prior to the
bagels being placed on the board. Be sure
to evenly space out the bagels.
- STEP 2
- Proof the bagels overnight in a walk-in
refrigerator (generally 12 to 18 hours).
The ideal temperature range is 36 degrees to 48
- STEP 3
- Once the bagels are proofed, place the bagels
in boiling water (ideally in a bagel kettle) for
10 to 20 seconds.
- STEP 4
- Immediately after boiling the bagels, place
the bagels on bagel boards. If you are
making seeded bagels, remember to layer the
board with seeds prior to placing the bagels on
the board. Additionally, once the bagels are
on the board, you can add seeds onto the top of
the bagels. You can now place the bagels
in the oven. In a revolving oven, after 1
to 2 rotations, flip the bagels over. The
ideal temperature for your oven is 500-550
degrees Fahrenheit. Approximate cooking
time is 12 minutes. The bagels are ready
once they are golden brown. Please keep in
mind that temperature ranges and time will vary
depending on the oven. So please adjust
There are additional ways our frozen pre-formed bagels
can be prepared. The above directions are widely used
with great success. We can provide you with a faster method, or a method
that will work with your type oven. Just
Bagels, Inc. proudly distributes our frozen
bagel dough to bagel stores throughout the
country, including: New York, New Jersey,
Maryland, Washington D.C., Florida,
Pennsylvania, Kentucky and more.