Thursday, April 25, 2013

Food in Process: Cheese garlic breadsticks

I've made these yummy cheese garlic breadsticks a while ago.
Mhmmm.. they were cheesy good! Sunday is my usual
baking/cooking day and I'm trying to make this into a habit.
But sometimes I oversleep on Sunday which leads to 
lazy start-up problems. And then I eventually ends up doing
nothing. 

So!
The best part of making bread is the kneading part because
this is where you can put your anger & frustrations on
a piece of dough. Really fun and I think, a healthy therapy.
Speaking of building up your biceps as well!


Da Recipe: 125 gram bread-flour, 125 flour, 5 gram yeast, 140ml lukewarm water, pinch
of salt, 40 gram cheesepowder, 5 garlic gloves, 15 gram butter, 
 20ml olive oil, 60 gram grated cheese, rosemary
 
I wonder if I can turn these into a fishbraid? Naww...

I don't know why it says 'grated cheese' when its really powder texture. Oh well.

Don't forget to take mints when you've finished these!  

Da Steps: 
  1.  Strain the flour, the salt, the yeast in a bowl. Add the water little by little and knead! 
  2. Transfer the dough on a little floured workplace and knead the dough for around 10 min. until its not sticky.
  3. Add the butter and the cheesepowder and knead for another 10 min. The dough should be not sticky and glossy. 
  4. Time for the dough to double in size: shape the dough into a ball and place it in a lightly greased bowl. Wrap this up with a wet towel and place this in a warm place for 1 hour. 
  5. After 1 hour of rising up, your dough should have doubled in size.
  6. Punch the dough down to release the air. Shape the dough into strings. 
  7. The fun part: grab two strings and wrap them around each other to create breadsticks.   
  8. Place the breadsticks on a bakingtray + baking paper, cover it up and let it rest for another 1 hour. PRE-HEAT OVEN 200º C.
  9. Get the peeled garlic, rosemary and grated cheese ready. Brush the breadsticks with olive oil and richly sprinkle the garlic and cheese on top of it.
  10. Bake the cheese breadsticks at 200º C for 15 min.
Good luck! 

49 comments :

  1. Oh sweetie your recipe make me hungry!
    I´ll try this recipe because I love it the food!

    xoxo

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  2. Oh ziet er heel lekker uit! Wil echt een keer bij je komen eten haha. X

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  3. ..and another recipe to collect ♥ but uuh, i am quite lazy for extra cooking these days. Good thing we have a nice canteen here and some pizza at home :p

    Love from Germany
    Vernissage ♥ Cream

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  4. So yummyyy! Kan je ook gewoon 255 gr rijzend bakmeel gebruiken ipv de twee soorten meel en dat gistpoeder?

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  5. Yummy! This looks SO fresh and delicious!

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  6. Oooh lekker! Moet ik eens proberen! Kan je het ook gewoon met geraspte kaas doen?

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  7. These look really good! I wished I had thought of trying this out yesterday when I made spaghetti!

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  8. I love eating and every kind of food!!!!!
    Love images of foods...just eating...because I can`t cook
    Yuna

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  9. yumyumyum that looks deeelicious!! *droooool*

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  10. Oh my word, these are my idea of heaven! I love bread and cheese and always love the combo together. Will bookmark this, see if I can give it a go.. with the help with my mom, shes a better cook than me haha

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  11. Yum I love breadsticks and cheese garlic ones sound like my kind of thing. These look really yummy.

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  12. That looks so tasty! I love anything cheesy

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  13. Oh my gosh, these looks absolutely scrumptious! >u<
    Thank you so much for sharing the recipe! >u< I'll definitely try it~

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  14. You seem like a mastechef! You're always making such great food :)

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  15. Wow these look so good! You're so good at cooking! Cheese are garlic breadsticks are delicious. (: Haha I love putting lots of cheese on my food.

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  16. omg they look too good to be true!

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  17. it looks yummy. . .

    can i get one please !!!

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  18. and that just looks so perfect! yum yun

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  19. Ah, kneading beating bread dough therapy :) Great recipe, love how it turned out. It's nice to have a day of cooking/baking set aside!

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  20. Wow, I love garlic breads, but with some cheese? More love!

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  21. You stole my heart at the title - i love cheese. Great post

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  22. I was looking for something to do this Sunday and with the title and preview pic I said "this!". Funny it was your Sunday occupation too.
    So, gonna try these soon~ :)

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  23. yum these look so nice!!! :)

    xoxo

    http://stylecrescent.blogspot.co.uk/

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  24. These look absolutely delicious! I'll have to try the recipe - we're havign a party pretty soon so maybe I'll use it as an appetizer! So glad you commented on my blog - following you now! Love your blog :)

    xox Lara www.weheartbeautyblog.com

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  25. Cheese + garlic is the best, these look amazing! I'm too lazy to make dough so I might try these sometime with puff pastry.

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  26. NOM NOM NOMMM! These look so yummy!!! :)

    Have a Fabulous Friday!
    xoxo
    Crystal

    My Blog, Crystal Chizoba
    My YouTube Channel

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  27. Nice blog dear.
    followed you :)

    love,
    Gisela
    Blogger | Instagram | Youtube

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  28. I love homemade bread, these look delicious! :)

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  29. It looks delicious!

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  31. this looks so yummy!! i love treats like these. hahahahh you're so funny, i love how you explain kneading is a good way to get rid of frustration ^^;! gotta try that some time too. hahahah

    Joyce @carouselstreet.com

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  32. those look SO good!

    xx fameliquorlove.blogspot.com

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  33. Thanks for leaving such a darling comment on my blog!
    Looks sooooo yummy!

    Have the best weekend ever,
    -Kati

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  34. in love with this post, and your whole entire blog in general.

    lots of love from the casper&pearl girls – a little Aussie fashion brand
    casper&pearl blog
    xx

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  35. They look yummy!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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  36. Looks so good! I'll have to try this recipe out one day. Thanks for sharing :)

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  37. This looks delicious! I'm definitely going to have to try this soon:)
    Hugs & Kisses,
    Olivia

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  38. Uh uh uh. yummy. will try this next weekend

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  39. These look so good! I loveeeee cheesy breadsticks/carbs in general :P

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