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If you haven’t had the pleasure of baking yourself a batch of homemade breadsticks, now is the time.
Not only is it insanely easy, they’re immensely more flavorful and delicious than the ones wrapped up between the dinner rolls at restaurants.
When I first planned to make these Everything Breadsticks, they were supposed to be those long, round, soft breadsticks, the kind that almost melt in your mouth after they’re pulled straight from the oven. Instead, I ended up with a unique batch of semi-long, flat, crunchy-soft breadsticks. It’s not that I’m disappointed, but the experiment didn’t really turn out as planned.
Still, they are mighty tasty. There’s a hint of crunch and chew in every bite, and the seeded topping gives it almost a bagel-y, rye bread-like flavor. Hard to explain, I know. You’ll just have to try them for yourself to understand what I mean.
If you’re not into the whole “everything” seeded/semi-long/flat/crunchy-soft version of breadsticks, you can make them round, soft and covered in garlic salt or cheese – like those at a certain popular Italian restaurant. This recipe is flexible like that.
Just bear in mind: even if they don’t turn out the way you initially wanted them to, they still might be perfect for you – as is the case with most things in life.
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