Garlic Butter Sticks
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    Garlic Butter Sticks


    Recipe Description
    Extra delicious soft, buttery, garlic bread sticks.
    Preparation Steps:
    Preheat oven to 450 deg.
    Level of Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Needed:
    10 to prepare, 15 to bake
    Ingredients:
    1-2 large cloves garlic, minced
    1/2 c (l stick) unsalted butter (use whole stick!)
    2-1/4 c flour
    1 T sugar
    1-1/2 t salt
    1 c milk
    2 T sesame seeds (opt)
    Serves:
    16 sticks
    Directions:
    1. Place garlic and butter in 9x13 in baking dish and place in oven till butter melts. Remove and set aside.
    2. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in medium mixing bowl. Stir in milk and mix with fork till dough clings together.
    3. Turn out onto thickly floured board and lightly knead with the heel of the hand about 10 times. Roll or pat dough out into a rectangle about 1/2 inch thick.
    4. Using a floured knife, cut dough in half lengthwise, then crosswise into 16 strips. Dip both sides of each strip into the butter in the pan. Lay them all close together in the pan and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
    5. Bake 15-20 min (I bake 15 in my oven ), till sticks are golden brown. Serve hot.

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    You're making me hungry !!!

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    Ooh, this has my two favourite food groups in it: butter and garlic!!
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    I'm with you!

    A tip, though: last time I made it they were yummy, but not quite so delicious as usual. My hubby finally figured out it was because I had used unsalted butter, which I don't usually do.

    Fair warning!

    Also.... I tried to be ""healthy" and cut back on the butter. Everyone rebelled: they, too, are butter and garlic folks!

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    So do you normally use salted butter AND add the 1.5 t of salt?
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    Ya know, I guess I do! I'm typing this from a coffee shop (killing time before an appt); I'll have to check the recipe at home. I can only say that I used unsalted butter and it did not turn out quite right. I plan on adding the salt and using salted butter next time; I only just started buying unsalted butter, so using it is new to me... hope that helps.

    Tee hee... maybe I'll experiment for everyone by making some with my chili tonight!

    ~M

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    Wow...these sound delicious...Gotta try them!!

    Thanks for sharing!!

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    How much baking powder is required?

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    3 1/2 tsp.

    And, to respond to a long-ago post, I am pretty sure I have always used sweet cream butter. Not exactly low-sodium, but boy are the delicious!

    Also -- I tried to cut back on the butter to pretend to semi-virtuous... just not the same.

    Enjoy!

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