No true German event is complete without some pretzel catering.
We only source the best pretzels (freshly baked pretzels from Australia`s best German bakeries)
Our delicious pretzels are sourced from Australia`s best German bakers only to our stringent quality requirements. They come as minis and large pretzels, savoury, sweet or filled.
For certain events we can also bake the pretzels freshly on site – oven fresh pretzels – baked on site, served hot and creating a smell that’s just irresistible.
For the complete experience we hire out a great looking pretzel cart suitable for a variety of locations both indoors and outdoors.
With its compact dimensions (1.8/2.4/3.0m – depending on fold-out sides) and sleek look its a real head-turner and great addition to any event.
We can serve the pretzels as a side with our Gourmet catering but they also work perfectly with our mobile (beer & more) bars or – for the right events – as a standalone product.
Check out our unique pretzel cart – in fact Australia`s only dedicated pretzel cart – here.
We offer our delicious pretzels both as minis (great as a fingerfood item or snack) and larger size pretzels with custom sizes available on special request.
The pretzels come with sea salt (the classic), sesame seeds or well as baked with cheese and cheese and bacon.
HUT DOG catering + events also offer sweet pretzels (e.g. with caramelized sugar, orange and cinnamon).
Our team also offers delicious savoury filled pretzels (e.g. with ham & cheese, salami or a variety and cheeses and salad).
So what exactly is a pretzel and how is it made ?
A pretzel is a type of baked bread product made from dough most commonly shaped into a twisted knot. Pretzels originated in Europe, possibly among monks in the Early Middle Ages. The traditional pretzel shape is a distinctive non-symmetrical form (“a pretzel loop”).
Watching our artisan bakers making the pretzels by hand is a true feast.
These days pretzels come in a range of different shapes but we go with the classic style.
Salt is the most common seasoning for pretzels, complementing the washing soda or lye treatment that gives pretzels their traditional “skin” and flavor. Other seasonings include various cheeses, sugars, chocolate, glazes, seeds or nuts.
There are several varieties of pretzels, including the soft pretzels that we offer, which are best eaten shortly after preparation.