Bread. It is the sustenance of life. Winter soups need breadsticks for dipping. Pasta needs a breadstick for sopping up sauce, and Sunday roasts need one to mop up gravy. Am I right?
I’m always on the search for a better roll, fluffier biscuit or quicker breadstick. One day this winter when I was making my Cheese Ravioli with Tomatoes, I found this recipe on Pinterest, at Genius Kitchen and had to give it a try because the reviews were fabulous. I halved the recipe and it was perfect for a couple of meals. Oh, these are good. These are fast. These need to be in your recipe file!
Soft, Quick Breadsticks
- 1 cup warm water
- 3 tbl brown sugar
- 1 tsp salt
- 1⁄4 cup oil
- 3 cups bread flour
- 2 1⁄2 tsp yeast
- Make dough using your favorite method- bread machine, mixer or by hand.
- Roll out into a 10×12 inch rectangle.
- Cut into strips about 3/4 inch wide.
- Give each strip a twist and place on a greased cookie sheet.
- Let rise for at least 20 minutes or more if you have time.
- Bake at 375 for 10-15 minutes.
- Brush with butter and sprinkle with garlic salt and Parmesan cheese.
The next time you make anything that has sauce of any kind, you need to whip this recipe up. I’m ditching every other breadstick recipe and keeping this one. You should too!
What kind of meal would you make these breadsticks to accompany? Are you a “dipper?”
4 thoughts on “Wonderful, Quick Breadsticks”
You are the queen of good bread – it really does make the difference in a meal. I made breadsticks with pre-packaged pizza dough yesterday. They were fine but not amazing. Next time maybe I’ll try these! 🙂
The queen of good bread! I like that title and I’m probably wearing it!! Ha! You really should give these a try! They’re easy, fast, and yummy!!
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My kids love breadsticks so I’ll have to give these a try. I am not much of a bread maker. I should probably give all of your bread recipes a try to improve my skills this year 🙂
Improving your bread skills is a great goal for the year! If I can help or answer any questions feel free to ask! This recipe would be a great one to start with! Let me know how it goes!