Garlic Parmesan Breadsticks
These garlic Parmesan breadsticks take a little time to make but they’re far from difficult. The topping (without the cheese) used in this recipe is commonly known as “Dutch crunch.” You can use it on any bread you are making with a delicious crisp result These garlic Parmesan breadsticks are nice and crispy and go perfectly with a bowl of homemade soup or chili. To save time in the kitchen, we recommend using store-bought French bread dough when making this garlic Parmesan breadsticks recipe. (Avoid pizza dough.
It is too soft for this preparation.) Adding dried herbs or chili flakes to the grated Parmigiano Reggiano® cheese will personalize your garlic Parmesan breadsticks. If you are not a garlic fan and prefer Parmesan breadsticks, plain and simple, just leave out the garlic powder.
Instead of pita chips, crackers or plain bread, garlic Parmesan breadsticks make a special accompaniment for dips and flavored olive oils. For a kid-friendly, on-the-go snack, wrap slices of lean ham or turkey around garlic Parmesan breadsticks. And if you make the dough strips from this garlic Parmesan breadsticks recipe twice as wide, you can use the garlic Parmesan breadsticks for making delicious sandwiches.