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Great recipe! I used this recipe for breadsticks based on the fact they are called “fluffy”, as my plan was to make a Bosco Stick or cheese filled breadstick. I’m glad I used this recipe, I followed the instructions mostly except allowed 1 Hour for rise, then when broke into sticks, placed a mozzarella stick in the center of each and allowed 30 minutes for rising. Oh MY word! The BEST! My family loves these!
I followed the ingredients 100 percent. I followed step one. After mixture was frothy I poured the liquid mixture in into my bread pan followed by step two putting the ingredients in to the bread maker. Set the machine to dough. Picked up at step 4 except I substituted a silicone mat for the Parchment paper. Followed steps 5,6,7. This recipe produced the best bread sticks I've ever made. They taste just like olive gardens maybe even better. Thank you luckoftheIrish
I made this even easier and bought premade yeast dough from the store. To prep, I portioned it out the same as in this recipe (2 oz portions rolled into 7" sticks) and let it rise about 2 hours. That's the trick! Then brush with butter and sprinkle with garlic salt. Weekends perfect every time! I also added a lil parmesan at the end and it was super tasty!
Amazing recipe!thank you! I made these a few times already and they're absolutely delicious. My husband asked to make them again today. The only thing I changed is that instead of garlic salt I used regular salt and then mixed it with butter and freshly squeezed garlic for the top coat. So yummy!! Thanks again!
Delicious! I don't think that these are as 'fluffy' as the name describes but they are yummy none the less. I halved the recipe and needed to add a bit extra water just to bring it to a nice soft dough. Very easy to make and the whole family enjoyed them! Thanks for sharing.:)
Dough was a little sticky, I think because I used regular flour as I had no bread flour on hand, but I just added a little extra and these turned out very nicely! Might add a tiny bit more yeast next time and will definitely use the bread flour. Will make again, they are similar to the ones at Olive Garden!
Easy and delicious. Better than Olive Garden breadsticks. I added garlic powder to the melted butter after baking and spread on the breadsticks then sprinkled salt after. Made 12 breadsticks at 2oz dough each. And no egg needed. Something to be said for that during this pandemic and egg shortage.