Italian breadsticks recipe

Collection by Michelle Comen

9 
Pins
 • 
100 
Followers
Michelle Comen

Easy Garlic Parmesan Knots - Damn Delicious

·
94 reviews
·
20 minutes
·

Fool-proof, buttery garlic knots that come together in less than 20 min – it doesn’t get easier than that!

Copycat Olive Garden Breadsticks

·
7 reviews
·

It is super simple to make your own CopyCat Olive Garden Breadsticks right at home. You will quickly be addicted to these butter garlic sticks that are a great addition to just about any meal.

Copycat Olive Garden Breadsticks

If you love buttery, garlic breadsticks, then you will swoon for this Copycat Olive Garden Breadsticks recipe. Simple to make & tastes just like your favorite Italian restaurant.

Olive Cheese Straws | Kitchen Confidante

A recipe for Olive Cheese Straws.

Martha Stewart's Recipie for Puff Pastry Cheese Straws - Cottages & Gardens

These twisty hors d’oeuvres just keep on giving: Everyone loves them, they are easy- breezy to eat out of hand, and they pair well with practically any drink.

Crispy Italian Breadsticks Recipe

These crispy Italian breadsticks are perfect for serving with soup. Or use this recipe to make Parmesan cheese twists to serve as an appetizer!

How to Make Italian Grissini Breadsticks

·
1 review
·

Grissini are made with a simple pizza crust-like dough that’s heavy on the olive oil, which gives it its flavor and texture and helps to create a very easy-to-work with, pliable dough. You can purchase pre-made pizza dough from the grocery store to make grissini, but this homemade dough is so quick and simple to put together, you can easily whip up a batch from scratch. It’s also very easy to add variety to your grissini.

Grissini | Traditional Italian Breadsticks - My Cooking Journey

Grissini is a delicious and easy Italian breadstick that is long, twisted and crunchy. It is often enjoyed as an appetizer or served along with soup. Bake a batch to enjoy with warm soup for dinner.

Thin 'n' Crunchy Italian Breadsticks (Grissini)

·
11 reviews
·
39 minutes
·

These light-as-air, pencil-thin Italian breadsticks are said to have originated in 17th-century Piedmont (where they were created for an archduke with a sensitive tummy!). While they're a delightful accompaniment to any Italian meal, they also make tasty hors d'oeuvres, with or without a bowl of seasoned olive oil for dipping.