Olive Garden Breadsticks Recipe – Vegan, Restaurant Style Food


Olive Garden Breadsticks Recipe – Vegan, Restaurant Style Food Hey my Sweet V’s. It’s The Sweetest Vegan here. Today on the
show I will be teaching you how to make Olive Garden’s Breadsticks. My favorite part about going out to eat at
Olive Garden is the bottomless bowl of bread that they just bring over and over again. It is
just so indulgent. So let’s get started. Olive Garden Breadsticks Recipe – Vegan, Restaurant Style Food We are going to start this recipe by dissolving sugar
and dry active yeast into warm water. Stir until you can no longer feel the sugar crystals with
your spoon and set it aside in a warm place for about 10 minutes until a forth forms on the top. While
we are waiting on that, take another bowl and add in whole wheat flour, bread flour, and salt. Use
a whisk to get that all mixed together and get those particles separated and light and airy and fluffed up.
To that flour mixture we are going to add in vegan butter, I use Earth Balance brand. And you can just use a
wooden spoon to chop it through as well as you can, but you don’t have to worry too much. By this time
your wet mixture should have a froth on the top and your just going to pour that into your flour
mixture. And stir until it is just combined. Flour a clean surface. You can use a countertop,
I am using a cutting board. And dump your dough out on to it. Your going to knead that for
about ten minutes. you stretch it out one way, fold it over, stretch it out the other way, fold it over. Do that
for about ten minutes until your flour is all incorporated. After you have gotten to that damp but not sticky consistency; fold
it all in onto itself until it forms a ball. And then you have a nice clean surface on the other
side. Place your ball of dough into a clean bowl and cover it with a clean linen. Place it in a warm place for an hour
and a half. Yes, we have to wait for our dough to rise and double it size. That rhymed. We are just going to
place the dough onto that same cutting board I’m going to cut it like a pizza. I am going to cut 8
equal slices. This recipe has enough to make 10-12 smaller breadsticks But since I can get 8 equal slices doing this, I just decided
to make mine jumbo size. Your going to take each segment, roll it like a snake and place it on a baking
dish that has been lined with parchment paper. Do this 8 more times, because I was able to make
9, and cover that with a clean linen again. I know. There is a lot of waiting in this process. It is going
to take an hour and a half for it to double in size again. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F
and bake your breadsticks for 12 minutes. They should be golden brown when you take them out of the
oven, brush them with a little bit of melted vegan butter, and dust them with garlic salt and they will be yummy. Just
like in the restaurant. It was a little bit hardier, because of the whole wheat, but it wasn’t off putting.
Only 1/3 of the flour was whole wheat, but you need to use the bread flour to keep the elasticity, the taste
that I prefer, and if you don’t, you can use a little xanthum gum to keep it stretchy like a dough. And I love it, it
was just like in the restaurant, just I made it at home, probably cheaper. It was stretchy, it was doughy. I loved
it. I love bread. Hopefully you will too. If you haven’t subscribed, please subscribe as I put out more
of these videos, and I will see you all soon. Like in a couple of days. Bye. Olive Garden Breadsticks Recipe – Vegan, Restaurant Style Food

82 thoughts on “Olive Garden Breadsticks Recipe – Vegan, Restaurant Style Food

  1. There is a dish at the Olive Garden called Lasanga Frita, that I use to love. Could you do a vegan version of this?? Love the hair so cute!!

  2. Thanks for posting! I made them for dinner and they were the bomb. I followed your recipe but used olive oil instead of the butter. I didn't have garlic salt. So I sauteed some minced garlic in olive oil and then brushed on over the bread sticks after cooking. Then sprinkled a little sea salt over them. So yummy! *faints*

  3. I think I was more distracted by your hair it's looks great is that you natural hair or did you add something to it? i go all natural with my hair so if so please share 🙂

  4. Ok, I don't know if you've said this before, but in your introductions are you saying "Hello my sweet v's" or "Hello my sweet bees?" Sweet Vs makes more sense, but I always end up thinking that it's v for virgin, not v for vegan. 😛

  5. Oooo! I will have to try this – I went to Olive Garden the other day and this just made me want the breadsticks again lol

  6. Just to make it clear to everyone, Olive Garden's breadsticks is "not" vegan. Few of their items are. The breadsticks contain milk and butter in the dough.

  7. Great videos! My birthday was yesterday and I vowed to eat more vegan foods. So by the end of February, I won't be eating any more animal products. I have a couple of questions about the bread flour. What is the substitute for the bread flour? And what makes it bread flour? Thanks! And keep 'em coming!

  8. I want to make these breadsticks for my students! However I will have to make them the night before because of the prep time! My question is do they harden once put in the refrigerator? What would be the best way to reheat them so they still have that baked fresh taste?

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  10. Vegan butter is unavailable to me, I wouldn't mind using real butter, but doesn't anyone know a substitution that would work well?

  11. I was just talking about veganizing Olive Garden's breadsticks…but now I don't need it because I can just follow this easy recipe! Thanks so much for posting 🙂

  12. They get it when they do alot of cooking or baking videos youtube sends that and other things to them

  13. question… since these are best when right out of oven, but I don´t want to make all 8 – 10 pieces just maybe 2 – 3, can I put the dough into the freezer and then pull it out when needed?

  14. hi tasha love yur recips but i am from the carobbean and we dont have earth balence butter here  can i use coconut oil in place of oil we dont have vean cream cheese here also

  15. This is a great recipe. All i did was substitute the whole wheat flour with all purpose flour, the butter with olive oil,and the raw sugar with white cane sugar. This is definitely one of my favorite things to make.

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