Monday, February 3, 2014

Stove Top Breadsticks - No Oven Required!

Stove Top Breadsticks - No Oven Required!
These Breadsticks were a huge hit at our house! And they were a hit, again, at the potluck the next day.

There's something about a personal-sized piece of bread - great for dipping - that has tremendous appeal for kids & adults alike.

Even better - if you have the dough on hand as I nearly always do,(I use the dough from 
Simply roll out a little dough, and cut it in strips.
Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day) you can be eating fresh Breadsticks in as little as five minutes!

Even better, you can make these for about 10cents for a LARGE serving (serving being 4 breadsticks) - that's way better than the pizza delivery place - or even the grocery store.


The Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day dough is SO easy to make. Simply measure, stir, and wait. The recipe is not only on the authors' website, and in their phenomenal cookbook, but is also on the back of the Gold Medal Flour bag.

Here's How you Do it:

 Stove Top Breadsticks - No Oven Required!

Preheat a 10" nonstick skillet that has a lid*

Pull off a Plum Sized Piece of dough.
Of course, if you prefer, you can use the
Whole Wheat Dough by the same authors -
it will work just as well here.

Cook the dough in a covered, nonstick pan.




Roll it in a small oblong - I make a 6 or 7 inch circle, then just stretch it with my hand into an oblong

Cut the Dough into 4 Strips

Lay the strips in the hot non stick pan (no oil required), and cover

Allow to cook till puffy, browning on the bottom, and bubbles form on top (roughly 3 minutes)

Flip with Tongs (if you have no tongs, a spatula will work - just not quite as well)

Cover & cook on the other side (about 1 minute).

Allow to cool just enough that they don't burn your mouth.

Devour!

Repeat as needed, till you & your crowd are happy!

*When a skillet lid is unavailable, I have had success with using an ovenproof plate, or a heat-proof lid from something else, like a saucepan or slow cooker. Just be careful that the top you choose is not one that might break or shatter from the heat, and use a potholder when handling it, if needed. And, with any lid, open it away from you to avoid steam burns.

These Breadsticks are great any way you might normally eat Breadsticks - with Pizza Sauce for dipping (as shown above), brushed with Garlic & Buttery Spread, Topped with Cinnamon Sugar, Dipped in Peanut Butter, or alongside your favorite soup. If you serve them with Indian food, call them "Naan Sticks!" ; )

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13 comments:

  1. Those look so easy! I will have to try that out some time.

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    1. Thanks for visiting, Michelle - hope you enjoy them : )

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  2. These look easy to make and healthy to boot because of there is no oil.

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    1. An added advantage is that you can make just one serving, and not be so tempted to eat a whole loaf of bread in one sitting!

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  3. There's just something rustic, delicious and wonderful about pan-fried bread. And it's so quick! Thank you for sharing this fabulous idea! I tend to forget about it and it's really a delicious way to get bread in a hurry!

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    1. Thanks for visiting! Especially in this chilly weather, some nice, toasty breadsticks just hit the spot : )

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  4. Yummy! Thanks,for linking to What'd You Do This Weekend. I'm following you. Drop by my kitchen any time.

    Linda

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    1. Thanks so much! So sweet of you to visit - and to follow my blog : )

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  5. What a great idea, perfect with curries, I must give them a go. Thankyou for dropping by and leaving a comment:))I will enjoying looking at blog and will share it with my son:) He is a very good cook and loves to cook from scratch so makes all his meals rather than buying pre-made.

    Joluise

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  6. These are so easy! They're perfect for so many occasions too. Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

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  7. Hi Anna,
    I am always glad to find a way to cook something yummy without having to use my oven. This stovetop breadstick recipe is so easy and awesome! It's always a pleasure to explore your blog.
    Thank you so much for sharing this great recipe on the Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Blog Hop! I appreciate it!
    All the best, Deborah

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  8. What a great idea! I'll have to give it a try with my sourdough starter. Thanks for linking up to Savoring Saturdays!

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  9. I'm soooooooooo going to have to try these! Terrific post, girl!

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