Jul 23, 2015

Garlic Soup Sticks Recipe - Easy & Soft Garlic Breadsticks Recipe

I have been in baking mood..When i succeeded in baking my dominos style garlic breadstick recipes, i wanted to bake many other soup sticks. So yesterday i decided to make some delicious bread recipes. 

When i was surfing pinterest, i found some many recipes for soup sticks and cheese bombs which caught my eyes and i decided to make some. I made a double batch of the dough and made garlic cheese bombs and this breadsticks using that. This stick turned out really great and my 2 year old loved it.

This soup stick is so easy to make and it taste great warm when served with tomato sauce or any sauces. It can be served along side with soups. This soup sticks is full of garlic and herb flavour and it turns out soft.

Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..

Preparation Time : 30 mins
Resting Time : 2 hours
Baking Time : 15 mins
Makes : 20 to 25 sticks


All Purpose Flour / Maida - 3 cups + more as needed

Dried Yeast - 1 tblspn
Sugar - 1 tblspn
Salt to taste
Olive Oil or Cooking Oil - 2 tblspn + 1 tblspn
Luke Warm Milk - 1 cup + 1/4 cup

For Garlic Oil:

Unsalted Butter - 1/2 cup
Oil - 1/4 cup
Garlic - 2 tblspn grated
Italian Seasoning or Oregano - 1 tblspn
Red Chilli Flakes - 2 tsp
Salt to taste


First lets make  the dough. Take yeast and sugar in a bowl. Add in 1/4 cup of warm milk and mix well. Let it sit for 5 mins till it is activated and foamy.

Now take flour, salt, olive oil in a large bowl. Mix well. Pour the yeast mix and remaining milk and knead it to a soft dough. Add 1 tblspn of oil and knead to a soft dough for 10 mins till it is soft and smooth.

Now cover the dough with plastic wrap and let it rise in a warm place for 1 to 2 hours till it is doubled in size.

Now lets make the garlic oil. Take all the ingredients for the oil and heat gently till the butter is melted. Remove it from heat and set aside.

Now take the dough. Punch back the air from the dough and knead one more time. Take a small portion from dough, roll it into a log and cut into pieces.

Now take a ball and roll it out like a stick.

Take a baking pan and brush it with the oil. Arrange the soup stick over it and let it rise for 10 to 15 mins.

While the sticks is rising, preheat oven to 200 degree C.

Now brush the top with the herb oil and bake them.

Now bake it for 10 to 15 mins untill golden. Remove it and brush with the oil if needed.

Serve warm.


Take all your ingredients
You need some warm milk, make sure it is luke warm,
 if it is hot then the yeast wont activate

Take yeast in a bowl

add in some sugar

pour little of the milk

mix well

set aside so it gets bubbly

now take flour in a large bowl

add in salt

add in oil

mix well

now you can see the yeast has activated

pour it in

pour the remaining milk

use a spoon or fork to mix well

it will start to form a dough

now it has come together

drizzle some oil

knead well for 5 to 10 mins

now you can see the dough has become nonsticky and soft

shape it into a ball..the dough has to be nonsticky

place it in a bowl

cover with plastic wrap and let it rise for a hour till it is
doubled in size
Now lets make the delicious brushing oil..
You dont need cheese for this recipe..I put that because i made another recipe with that

take butter in a bowl

add in some olive oil 

add in lots of grated garlic..

add in some italian seasoning

add in chilli flakes and salt

Now lets heat this gently

i heated it till the butter is melted, then i took it off the heat
 and set aside

now the dough has doubled in size

look how airy it looks

punch back the air

take a portion of dough onto a well floured surface

roll it into a log

cut into pieces

take a ball

roll it like this

now dip your brush in that oil

brush generously the baking pan

place the breadstick over it

i made few more

now let this rise for 10 mins or so

now brush the top with the oil

time to bake

beautifully baked

You may brush some more oil on top to look glossy


I served it with some tomato sauce


  1. u recipes realy very good.Even this looks yummmmmmmy. can we prepare this in a microwave.

  2. @Anonymousif you have a microwave convection mode then you can make

  3. can i use milk at room temperature instead of warm milk?

  4. @Anonymouswarm milk activated the yeast. so use that

  5. hi aarti...i tried this receipe today and i have to say that it has made me your fan from today... till now i was scared to try bread baking at home but you have ignited my inner zeal to try it more often now.. however i need your advise on one point.. unfortunately the amount of milk you had prescribed made my dough very sticky due to which i had to use wheat flour about 3/4 cup more to make it pliable into a manageable dough to knead and keep for rest. (i had fallen short of plain flour thats why wheat flour was used)... this prevented my dough to rise as was expected ... neverthless it baked but the sticks turned out nice but now as fluffy and porous as yours.. do you think i was wrong in using wheat flour.

  6. @Dreamsthe dough will be sticky, you can use all purpose flour to make it work. wheat flour willmake it dense

  7. Can i use selfraising flour instead of allpurpose flour


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