How to Make Herbed Breadsticks

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Herbed Breadsticks

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Photo by: Sam Kaplan

Sam Kaplan

Give your breadsticks a fresh look for spring. Arrange refrigerated breadstick dough on a baking sheet and brush with a beaten egg. Place small, delicate herb leaves like dill, chervil, oregano or parsley on top, then brush with more of the egg and bake as directed.

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