I have always been wanting to make these Pizza Hut style garlic bread fingers at home. These make an excellent snack for kids and can also be relished with soup.
Maida/white flour ........... 2 cups
Fresh yeast ... 1 cube (if using dry yeast-1 tablespoon)
Salt ............ 1 tsp.
Sugar ......... 2 tsp.
Ghee/butter .......... 1 tsp.
Luke warm water for kneading.( you may use milk + water )
For sprinkling on top:
Olive oil. OR ( you can brush with melted butter )
1. Take the flour, make a well in the middle. Put only the sugar and crumble the yeast on top of the sugar.
2. Sprinkle the salt on the side (there should be no contact between the yeast and the salt)
3. Knead the dough using the luke warm water.Add the ghee and knead it well for 2-3 minutes.
4. Cover it and leave it in a warm place till it is risen to double.
(about 15-20 mins. in summer....in winter it takes a little longer)
6. Sprinkle garlic powder, salt and dried oregano. Drizzle some olive oil.
7. Set them aside again to rise.
Enjoy them with a bowl of hot soup!
simply love these.. bful prep..ReplyDelete
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These are my favorite, love to have with mushroom soup....yummy...ReplyDelete
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Amazingly made garlic bread load. Perfect with hot soup.ReplyDelete
My son loves the pizza hut garlic bread sticks so I am going to book mark this recipe to try soon.ReplyDelete
Sure Mina.. he will love themDelete
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my kids favorite too. I also made it at my space too. this looks delish.ReplyDelete
Looks yummy and my favourite too.ReplyDelete
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yummy snack looks wonderfulReplyDelete
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perfectly done. love to hv someReplyDelete
All yours VeenaDelete
My kids...and my favourite too..ReplyDelete
Lovely recipe ShobhaReplyDelete
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Perfectly done... Real flavored sticks...ReplyDelete
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It looks yummy!!ReplyDelete
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The gratin looks so delish Shobha. Love it!ReplyDelete
These look perfect.. would love to have some!ReplyDelete
Perfectly made!! Bookmarked to try :)ReplyDelete
Kids mostly prefer things available at resturants as compared to our traditional food. U have told healthy way of making it at home. Thanx for linking to my event :)ReplyDelete
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Always a pleasure HaffaDelete
Thanks for the complimentReplyDelete