You may have realized that I have a lot of free time since I'm always making bread at least twice a week (actually I'm surprised that I'm not gaining weight like crazy). I rarely eat dessert which is ironic since I love to make desserts, I'm more of a savory bread girl but I do eat a slice of cake or cookies once in a while, so tell me are you a dessert lover or a bread lover like me?
- 3 1/2 c. of flour
- 2 1/4 teaspoon of active dry yeast
- 1/2 c. of warm milk
- 1/2 c. of warm water
- 1 egg
- 3/4 c. of chopped onion
- 1/4 c. of unsalted butter, softened
- 1 tablespoon of salt
- 1/2 tablespoon of sugar
1. Saute onion with 1 tablespoon of oil until tender and let it cool. Disolve yeast with water in a large bowl, add milk, butter, egg, sugar, salt and 1 c. of flour and beat on medium speed for about 2 minutes. Add onion and enough remainig flour to form a soft dough, knead on a floured surface until smooth and elastic, cover the dough and let it rise in a warm place for about 1 hour.
2. Punch dough and divide it into 8 pieces and shape them, let them rise again for 30 minutes. Meanwhile beat 1 egg with 2 tablespoons of cold water and set aside.
3. Brush bread sticks with egg and sprinkle poppy seeds on top, bake at 350°F for about 20 minutes or until golden brown.
*Tip: if you don't like onion, you can change it for roasted garlic and top it with parmesan cheese, they are both delicious.
Serve them warm with garlic butter or a balsamic vinaigrette (they won't last)
My boys love breadsticks...I'd love to try yours! They look perfectly wonderful!ReplyDelete
You can make them smaller by dividing the dough in 16 pieces instead of 8 so that you will have more for them :)Delete
Well I love savory bread AND sweet desserts...so maybe that's why I AM gaining weight LOL. worth it for these!ReplyDelete
they really are worth it, I was full but I was still eating them by grabbing "small pieces" until the breadstick was goneDelete
I really like ciabatta which isn't that sweet. if it was a really sweet bread, i'd settle for something drenched in honey and cinnamon. can you describe the texture of these sticks? :DReplyDelete
they are really soft almost like a biscuit, only one was left and I forgot to cover it, in the morning I thought that it would become hard but it was still softDelete
I like dessert and bread, double whammy on the diet :) Your breadsticks look fantastic!ReplyDelete
Your bread sticks look awesome!
I like dessert at night to finish off the day sweet.
I am not a big bread eater. But, if I make homemade bread I can't stay out of it!
They look soft and tasty. Nice with some soup for a delightful dinner!ReplyDelete
Mmm these look just wonderful! Like you I'm more of a savory person, and definitely a huge bread fan!ReplyDelete
Yum! Unfortunately I hooked on both bread and desserts.ReplyDelete
Am I permitted to choose both bread and desserts? I can't imagine life without bread, but I'm a big fan of sweets too!ReplyDelete
How delicious they look! I love making bread and would love to try these.ReplyDelete
Lovely breadsticks! Beautiful work!ReplyDelete
Your breadsticks look fantastic! I've been making a lot of bread lately too, but haven't progressed into rolls yet. Making your own bread is so satisfying.ReplyDelete
Yum yum! I love the little added touches in this bread you've made. I just made two loaves myself last night. Fresh bread is just so much better than the processed stuff!ReplyDelete
it really is and the best part is that you know excatly what's in itDelete
These look amazing! I think i'm a bread girl. I like desserts a lot, but I REALLY like bread.ReplyDelete
These look divine - my dad used to make fresh bread all the time, it's a real treat! Love these flavours too.ReplyDelete
Oh these breadsticks look delicious! Wish I had one right now! :)ReplyDelete
I'm definitely a dessert lover :) but also like bread so these breadsticks are perfect for me ~ Thanks for sharing gotta give it a go soon ~ReplyDelete
I like both - equally:-). My husband always talks about some rolls that his grandfather used to make that had onion in the dough. I want to make these for him and see if they are similar. Either way, they sound wonderful!ReplyDelete
let's hope that he likes this ones, they are my favoritesDelete
Betti, I made these breadsticks this afternoon! They smell amazing. Serving a cattle working crew pizza, salad, breadsticks and dessert tomorrow.ReplyDelete
that sounds perfect! you made me hungryDelete
What a nice recipe for these amazing bread sticks! They look delicious!
I added your recipe to my favorite list1
Have a nice day!
Isn't it funny how you just get a craving to go bake something. Your onion bread sticks look fantastic and got me inspired. Great post!ReplyDelete