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Great recipe! My kids RAVED about these, and I will definitely make them again. I did knead mine in my Kitchenaid for a few minutes, mainly because the dough seemed too sticky.

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lilvorpalbunny May 08, 2012

These are excellent bread sticks. Easy to make and quick! I've made them at least a dozen times, they take 21 minutes in my oven, when they are done, I brush them with 1/2 cup of melted butter, then sprinkle generously with garlic salt and Parmesan cheese. My kids claim they are better than Pizza Hut and Little Caesar's bread sticks and are a must have when we have pizza.

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lovestorun1234 January 27, 2012

These turned out so soft, light and tender and so much like Olive Garden's breadsticks that I love. Not sure why mine took so long to rise. But when they did...boy are they good. After baking, I brushed them with olive oil and sprinkled garlic powder on them...So good. I can't make these a lot because I will eat them all up. LOL.. Thanks for sharing.

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YungB January 08, 2012

I made these tonight to go with a crockpot ratatouille and they were wonderful! I had made them before but had forgotten about them, then looking for somehting to dip inthe juices i refound this recipe and knew i HAD to make them! I love these!!! I made them with all white AP flour last time, but this time i made with half AP and half whole wheat and they were still so soft and fluffy... tho the 2 hour rise could have helped there, wheat flour needs time to soften! Still faster than most of my bread recipes lol.
I baked them at 400, and brushed with olive oil and garlic powder after baking. i think i used teaspoons instead of tablespoons on the sugar (using white) but they browned nicely and had a crisp bottom

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fyrfli September 23, 2011

Excellent and so easy!! This recipe is going into my best of the best cookbook file. I put the dry ingredients into my Kitchenaid mixer (with the yeast on top), then added the oil to the side and poured the warm water directly over the yeast. I don't know if that makes a difference but it worked for me. Then used the dough hook on the mixer and "kneaded" the dough for about 5 minutes. These breadsticks are wonderful and I will be making them again and again. So easy!

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LifeIsGood September 20, 2011

Great recipe! I make mine by hand and brush with olive oil.

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SophieBToklas August 17, 2011

Really easy and tasty. Made just as written in mixer, rolled out, let rise for 20 minutes, brushed with butter & sprinkled with garlic salt. Super yummy! Thanks!

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Girle July 21, 2011

Wonderful recipe!! First time I've ever attempted breadsticks and they were a huge hit at our playgroup party (moms and kids loved them!). Thanks for sharing!

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CuteCookie March 29, 2011

We loved these breadsticks! They were extremely easy to prepare and were soft and tasted great!

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peanutswifelin January 01, 2011

This is a great recipe! I cook for a sorority and this is fast, easy to double the recipe and the girls love these bread sticks. I also make croutons out of them, if there are any left!

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triradial November 19, 2010
Quick Soft Breadsticks