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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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    Thanks for the yummy sounding recipe! Can't wait to try these!!

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    What do you mean by a "cube" of butter? A stick seems like too much, but then again, they'd REALLY be good.

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    Thank you for sharing. They look GOOOOOOOOOD! My DGD would love these.

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    Thanks so much, I use to make these all the time while the kids were growing up then stopped and forgot the receipe. Simple as it is I just couldn't remember. I'm going straight home after work to make them!

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    What type of yeast do you use? The rapid rise or the active dry?

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    Those look yummy! I'll have to try this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bstock View Post
    What type of yeast do you use? The rapid rise or the active dry?
    Just regular active yeast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idoqlts View Post
    What do you mean by a "cube" of butter? A stick seems like too much, but then again, they'd REALLY be good.
    The recipe calls for 1 stick of butter. I sometimes only use 3/4 of a stick. The butter makes them crispy on the bottom so they are really good.
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    These look and sound awesome! I'll be trying them soon here at home then having my Home Ec Club teens make them! They'll love 'em! Thanks so much for posting the recipe!
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    Yummy!!! Now I'll have to make some.
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    Going to try these tonight.
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    They look wonderful....I can't wait to make some! Have you ever made them with wheat flour? I just try to stay away from white flour...but garlic flavored wheat breadsticks would be super with a plate of wheat or multi-grain spaghetti!!

    Thank you for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy Ingham View Post
    They look wonderful....I can't wait to make some! Have you ever made them with wheat flour? I just try to stay away from white flour...but garlic flavored wheat breadsticks would be super with a plate of wheat or multi-grain spaghetti!!

    Thank you for sharing!
    Yes I have made them with wheat flour but they didn't raise as quickly and my kids didn't really care for them.
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    O my these look so good I'm going to make these for sure, thanks so much for sharing this with us.

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    Tried them today, they are good, I kept them in the oven a little longer than the 15 minutes. Thanks for sharing.

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