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Thread: Last minute Breadsticks (really quick and always turn out great)

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    Last minute Breadsticks (really quick and always turn out great)

    I have been making these for about 25 years now. Family and friends just love them. So easy to make.

    1 1/2 cups warm water
    1 Tblsp yeast
    1 Tblsp sugar
    Combine above ingredients together and let stand until foamy.
    Add 1/2 tsp salt and 3 cups flour. Mix well. Add about another 1/2 cup flour and mix in with your hands until it forms a soft dough. Cover and let rest 15 minutes (you can skip this if you are really in a hurry)

    Roll dough into a rectangle about 10" x 17". Cut dough into 1" wide strips.
    Melt 1 cube of butter and pour into the center of a large baking sheet.

    Dip each side of each breadstick in the butter and place on baking sheet touching each other.
    Sprinkle lightly with garlic salt. Let raise 15 - 30 minutes (or longer if you have time)
    Bake about 12 minutes at 350 degrees Note: I don't preheat the oven. The dough raises a little while the oven is warming. I usually double the batch and sprinkle one sheet of breadsticks with a cinnamon/sugar mixture. I hope you enjoy them. Peggy
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    These look so easy and delicious ..thanks for sharing.

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    oh.my.those sound delicious.

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    OMGOSH - I can almost taste the ones in your picture!! LOL I will definitely be trying the recipe this week.
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    These look great! Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks so much for sharing. Will definately try these.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I love garlic breadsticks, will definitely try them soon. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pastimesquiltdesign View Post
    I have been making these for about 25 years now. Family and friends just love them. So easy to make.

    1 1/2 cups warm water
    1 Tblsp yeast
    1 Tblsp sugar
    Combine above ingredients together and let stand until foamy.
    Add 1/2 tsp salt and 3 cups flour. Mix well. Add about another 1/2 cup flour and mix in with your hands until it forms a soft dough. Cover and let rest 15 minutes (you can skip this if you are really in a hurry)

    Roll dough into a rectangle about 10" x 17". Cut dough into 1" wide strips.
    Melt 1 cube of butter and pour into the center of a large baking sheet.

    Dip each side of each breadstick in the butter and place on baking sheet touching each other.
    Sprinkle lightly with garlic salt. Let raise 15 - 30 minutes (or longer if you have time)
    Bake about 12 minutes at 350 degrees Note: I don't preheat the oven. The dough raises a little while the oven is warming. I usually double the batch and sprinkle one sheet of breadsticks with a cinnamon/sugar mixture. I hope you enjoy them. Peggy
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    Thanks a million,they are like Lays potato chips can't eat just one.LOL God Bless

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    My word! I wanted to rush over to your house and get myself one (or two or three or four). Yum!
    Thanks for posting.

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    looks absolutely yummy !! thanks for sharing !!!
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