Earlier this week, we asked our Facebook fans: What’s your bestselling, low-cost menu item? Garlic knots was the undisputed winner. At Pizza Today, we sing the praises of buttery garlic knots. Our Man on the Street Scott Weiner loves them too: “I love the punchy aroma of fresh garlic knots in a pizzeria — and they provide a nice snack while I’m waiting for my pie. All it takes are some
strips of pizza dough, garlic, olive oil and cheese. Voila –– a tasty
side dish that requires no additional ingredients or kitchen equipment!”
So let’s break it down. We’ve pulled a video from our archives of Chef Jeffrey Freehof demonstrating how to make garlic knots and breadsticks. Check it out:
Ingredients you will need:
16 garlic cloves, minced
1 to 2 teaspoons salt*
1-1/2 ups olive oil, melted butter** or combination
8 pounds pizza dough
Chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley (optional)
Grated Parmesan cheese (optional)
Marinara sauce (optional)*If using salted butter, adjust to taste
**3 sticks or 12 ounces
For complete instructions: CLICK HERE.
Burning the bottom of garlic knots?
See the Dough Doctor article below to see how to prevent burning.
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