My favorite breadsticks come from Sisley Restaurants in the Los Angeles area. Paula's are good. I've made these a few times, (using a mixer), they are fast and easy to make. I have a few changes to suggest.
Use about one third whole wheat flour, and bread flour for the rest.
Instead of sugar, use 2 - 3 Tablespoons honey, that makes them moister.
Use milk in place of half of the water, and skip the powdered milk.
Brush with olive oil before baking.
I didn't have sesame seeds, they're fine without.
I tried making a cheesy bread stick tonight- YUM!
I cut some mozzarella cheese sticks lengthwise in quarters, and cut some cheddar cheese into similar sized lengths. I rolled the dough into a log shape about six inches x 3/4 inch, then flattened the log, wrapped the dough around the cheese, pinched the seam together, placed the seam down on a buttered baking sheet, let rise while oven preheats, then baked about 12 min. at 375f. Wow! the kids liked the mozzarella, and I liked the cheddar.
This recipe can be doubled, and the breadsticks still disappear too fast. I'm not sure if my mixer can handle tripling, but I will have to try that if I want any left over.
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My favorite breadsticks come from Sisley Restaurants in the Los Angeles area. Paula's are...