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Garlic Knots

Garlic Knots
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Garlic Knots

Garlic knots using a store-bought pizza dough and garlic butter. Tasty and easy garlic knots recipe that anyone can make at home as a side dish.

Garlic Knots

Even since I saw the garlic knots on Just a Taste, I have been wanting to create those cutesy bread in my kitchen. When it comes to baking, I like recipes that are simple to make, and hopefully with store-bought ingredients. This garlic knots recipe is exactly what I am looking for, using a pre-made frozen pizza dough that you can get at practically any grocery stores.

Garlic Knots

I have made these garlic knots three times and they were gone as soon as they were out of the oven. They are as addictive as my other favorite: Brazilian cheese bread. Another thing that I love about this garlic knots recipe is that it was actually fun making them, especially the tie-the-knot step. The only tough part was rolling and stretching the dough, which was rather stiff even after thawing. The garlic-butter-olive oil-parsley mixture couldn’t have been better—garlicky, buttery, and aromatic. It worked like magic and made the plain tasting bread into something that I just couldn’t stop eating.

Try this easy garlic knots recipe. I am sure you will like them as much as I do.

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30 COMMENTS... read them below or add one

  1. Garlic knots are my single happiness-inducing snack that never fails!! love them..
    i don;t know why but your knots (shape) remind me of people holding hands :))

  2. I’m so glad you enjoyed my recipe for Garlic Knots. They look fantastic, and I can absolutely relate to the addiction factor. I couldn’t bake them up fast enough!

  3. Razzleberry

    Just made these today and I have to say I am very very sad. I finish baking and left these out to cool while I ran out for an errand. I came back in half an hour and every last one was… gone. One of the guilty party was still chewing the last piece. I could smell the evidence on her breath. She smiled at me and laugh. Ah, my gluttonous little piggy.

  4. Maysie

    Want to try this so bad but can’t find any pizza dough at the shops!
    Can ready-made pizza base work as well ? That’s the only closest thing I can find…

  5. guest

    I was looking for the actual recipe. Anybody can go to a store and buy the anything. What a waste of time. thanx for nothing.

  6. DebbieL

    Only 10 minutes cooking time at 350? Are you sure you didn’t mean 450? It’s been 15 minutes plus and the knots still look pretty pale.

  7. I canNOT believe how flagrantly rude some of the people have been in response to your garlic knots post. I wish people would find time to reflect INWARDLY before they speak negatively towards another human being- gah!! :(

    I do not know these ppl but, I feel like I should apologize to you on behalf of the MANY who love your site and recipes (which, if I may say, by far outweigh the “un-lovers”)-(who knows, it’s quite possible that the “un-lovers” were just having a bad day… ?).

    I, for one, appreciate the time and effort you’ve clearly put in, providing both a “short-cut” method with the store bought pizza dough (genious! for when you’re running slim on time or just not energized enough to take on the from scratch version), as well as, an all from scratch recipe.

    BRAVA! RASA!!!

    Warm Regards,

    (the eternal optimist… and garlic knots lover!!! :)

    Wilmington, NC

  8. Rebekah

    These were delicious. I served it with home made chicken noodle soup. Perfect on a fall day. I made them with store bought dough this time but will try with my home made dough for sure next time! On a side note, I really do not understand why people think they can be so rude via the Internet. Criticism can be done in a constructive manner, not rudely as I just read in previous comments.

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