No meal at Olive Garden is complete with out the Olive Garden breadsticks. It’s the perfect blend of salt, garlic, and dough that rounds out the perfect Olive Garden Breadstick. Some people write it out as Olive Garden Bread Sticks, but breadstick is actually one word.
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Olive Garden Breadsticks Recipe:
1 cup of water, 2 cups of wheat flour, 1 teaspoon of sea salt, and 1 teaspoon of garlic powder. Combine the ingredients of the Olive Garden Breadsticks Recipe and combine and mix until mixed through. Roll out breadstick shapes. Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes. Finally, sprinkle with 1 teaspoon of garlic salt.
Information on Olive Garden Breadsticks:
Breadsticks are Olive Garden are generally free with any purchase of entrée. Olive Garden also has some lunch specials with unlimited soup, salad, and breadsticks, because their breadsticks are delicious.
Calories in Olive Garden Breadsticks:
There are approximately 200 calories in each Olive Garden breadsticks, and a lot of salt. Suggestion: Pair with Olive Garden Alfredo Sauce. Find Olive Garden Alfredo Sauce recipe here.
History of breadsticks:
Dough is fantastic. All types of doughs have been used throughout all cultures, through every century. Doughs are essentially just a liquid and a flour. Most people think flour is just what you find in the grocery store in the “All Purpose” paper bag, also known as Wheat Flour. There are all sorts of flours. Rice flour. Corn flour. Hemp flour. And many many more. The liquid generally used is water, but some people substitute for more rewarding liquids, like broths, and stocks. The simplest item to make out of water and flour is a breadstick. Add some salt and you’re in business. Cook the dough several times for an extended period of time without burning and the breadstick becomes a biscuit, or biscotti (Italian for biscuit). Olive Garden is Italian (just FYI).