Buttery Breadsticks

Buttery Breadsticks

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Prep Time: 1-24 min.
Bake Time: 15-20 min.
Servings: 18
Difficulty: Beginning

These cheesy-buttery breadsticks are the perfect addition to your next meal.

Ingredients

18 Rhodes Yeast Dinner Rolls, thawed but still cold
1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
garlic salt

Instructions

Roll each roll into a 6-inch rope. Place butter and cheese in shallow bowls. Dip each rope into butter and then into Parmesan cheese.

Place breadsticks on an 11×17-inch sprayed baking sheet in 2 rows of nine each. Sprinkle with garlic salt, if desired. Cover with plastic wrap.

Let rise until double in size. Remove wrap and bake at 350 degrees F 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.

COMMENTS
  • Michelle
    December 9, 2017

    i REALLY WANT TO TRY MAKING MY OWN BREADSTICKS AND THIS SOUNDS LIKE AN EASY WAY TO DO IT. however, the directions are confusing…

    tHE INGREDIENTS CALL FOR 24 ROLLS MADE INTO 6 INCH ROPES, AND THE DIRECTIONS SAY TO PUT THE ROPES INTO 2 ROWS OF 9 ON THE BAKING SHEET. What happens to the other 6 rolls? sHOULD THE 2 ROLLS OF 9 BE 2 ROWS OF 12? will 12 fit on a baking sheet or do I need another sheet?

    Thanks for any help…

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    • Jessi from Rhodes
      December 19, 2017

      Michelle, We made a mistake in this recipe. Thank you so much for catching it. The recipe should be for 18 Yeast dinner rolls (or 36 if you want to use the whole package and two baking sheets). Let us know how these turn out for you! Personally, they are my favorite recipe on the website!

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    • diane homer
      November 4, 2019

      I have made these breadsticks for years, but i use 2 loaves of bread (thawed) and cut each loaf into 12 pieces. i can get 24 BREADSTICKs on my 11×17 baking sheet. I Hope this will help you.

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      • Debbie from Rhodes
        November 6, 2019

        Thanks for your email! You can put more on a baking pan, it just depends on what you want your breadsticks to look like. Spacing them farther apart will be an individual breadstick and placing them closer together will be pull-apart breadsticks. Just depends on which product you are using and what you what your final product to look like.

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      • Denise
        November 11, 2019

        Hi. Hoping to make this THURSDAY….Do you cut each loaf into 12 slices while it is Partially frozen?

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        • Debbie from Rhodes
          November 12, 2019

          No, let the dough completely thaw before dividing it. Then roll them into 6-inch ropes. It would be much too difficult to work with the dough while it is still somewhat frozen. I believe there is tutorial on our website showing how to make these. If you have other questions, please call our baking experts at 1-800-876-7333. We would be happy to help you!

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  • Ellen
    March 11, 2018

    I think the number of servings is still off. My caps lock is not on either, maybe your website only accepts caps? anyway, these are really great breadsticks.

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    • Debbie Norris
      March 14, 2018

      Yes, we just changed that to 18 servings! Thanks for noticing!

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  • JACKIE TRIMBLE
    March 19, 2018

    Most of the recipes shown in the recipe article look and sound delicious. My only problem is that almost all of them contain wheat or breading. My husband is gluten intolerant and therefor cannot eat any wheat, rye, nor barley. I would ask if there are recipes that could be shared that do not have bread or bread-containing ingredients in them. Some pastas are fine as there are a number of companies that sell alternative pastas that are able to be directly substituted for usual pastas.. Bread and bread-containing ingredients are harder as you have to alter the amounts of certain types of alternative flours you use to get a 1:1 substitution. I personally get too confused trying to figure out what flour combination in what ratios are good substitutes for which kind of bread stuff you’re trying to make.

    Thank you so much,

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    • Debbie Norris
      March 21, 2018

      Thank you for your comment but we are a frozen Bread Dough company. So all of our recipes use our products and they do contain gluten. So I am not able to help you substitutions. Sorry!

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  • annie , mentor, ohio
    May 16, 2018

    Can i give these a go with your frozen pizza dough? thanks

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    • Debbie Norris
      May 30, 2018

      You certainly could use our pizza dough to make the Buttery Breadsticks!

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    • Debbie Norris
      May 30, 2018

      Certainly you can use the pizza dough to make the Buttery Breadsticks! Enjoy!

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  • Jodi G. Warner
    December 19, 2018

    How far apart should bread sticks be to have them not touch when baking? Is that implied in the spacing of quantities listed on that size of baking sheet?

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  • Amy Foxley
    June 19, 2019

    I made these tonight to go with spaghetti. They turned out great. Thanks for the recipe it’s a keeper!

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  • Wendy Stock
    August 31, 2019

    I didn’t roll Each roll into a rope. Instead I put all of the thAwed rolls out onto my island and rolled it out with a rolling pin and then used a pizza cutter and sliced. then I took each Dough skice and dipped it in Melted garlic butter. (I mixed the gaRlic salt In to my melted butter) after placing the bread sticks in My pan i Sprinkled Parmesan cheese on Them. Then i baked them and they were perfect. I also used tHe PARMESAN cheese in green can. It seems to stick better to the bread stiCks vs, fresh parmesan. WHen my breadsticks come out of the oven, I also brUsh a little bit of melted butter on top again. This helps keep them really soft.

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    • Debbie from Rhodes
      September 3, 2019

      That way would work too! It sounds good right now! Enjoy!

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