We had these with spaghetti and they were very good!! I used liquid milk instead of dry, I didn't warm it. I also used olive oil in place of butter and added 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese, 2/3 tsp. onion powder, 1 rounded tsp. garlic powder, 2 pinches of sage, and some oregano sprinkled in as well to the dough mix before starting up the bread machine. I also used olive oil to coat a portion of the table (spread with a folded paper towel) to roll dough pieces out. After laying them on the sprayed cookie sheets, I brushed the tops of them with melted Blue Bonnet margarine (didn't have butter but this worked out fine) and then sprinkled grated parmesan cheese on them and placed in oven. Right after the breadsticks came out of the oven,I used one end of a margarine stick to swipe the tops of them once more and served. One of my daughters told me they tasted like Little Ceasars breadsticks, and everyone loved them!
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We had these with spaghetti and they were very good!! I used liquid milk instead of dry, I...