Garlic Bread Sticks | How to make Garlic Bread Sticks recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Learn how to make garlic bread sticks. Garlic bread is one of the popular starter or snack recipe we order in Pizza hut or Dominos. There are many ways of making garlic bread. These bread sticks are made from scratch and it's easy to make them in home. We can shape them as individual sticks. I prefer to bake them and cut as sticks.
We always love flavored or stuffed bread than normal sandwich bread. These breads are free of refined flour and sugar. We can prepare these as evening snacks for kids or breakfast. I am going to blog some delicious recipes of after school snacks for this week blogging marathon. Sending this to Srivalli's Kid's Delight event, guest hosted by Rafeeda themed on Snacks/Bites for Kids.
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How to make Garlic Bread Sticks with step by step pictures
Warm water in microwave for 15 seconds
Add honey and yeast to it.
Mix it nicely, close and keep it aside for 10-15 minutes to proof the yeast.
After 15 minutes yeast mixture should be frothy. This shows yeast is active.
Take garlic in mortar and crush them.
Take flour, salt, crushed garlic, oregano in a bowl and mix.
Add frothy yeast mixture to the flour and knead to dough.
Now add oil and knead for 10-12 minutes till it is smooth and soft.
Cover and allow it to rise till it doubles in size
It will take between 1-2 hours. Mine got doubled in 1 hour. Punch the dough and knead for one minute.
Grease the baking tray with oil or butter. I used rectangular cake tin.
Place the dough in the tin and press them to shape.
Allow it to rise for 15-20 minutes till it increases size. Mark line to cut them as sticks.
Apply the butter mixed with garlic and oregano on the top
Preheat the oven at 180°C for ten minutes and bake in same temperature in 15-30 minutes till it browns. Brush it with little butter/oil
Invert and allow to cool down for 10 minutes
Cut them as sticks
Serve the Garlic bread sticks hot with cup of coffee/Tea.
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