Chebe Breadstick Mix Gluten Free Garlic-Onion -- 7.5 oz
Crunchy and chewy.
Just tried these gluten free bread sticks and they are very good. Crunchy on the outside and chewy inside. The recipe says sharp
cheese is optional, but I think it needs to be in there for the taste.
I made mine without, and put butter on them instead, but if you can have sharp cheese it would add a lot to the taste.
Measurements are exactly right. The box says Manioc flour is the main ingredient and in parenthesis, indicates it is tapioca flour. Usually people are not allergic to this one and Tapioca pudding can be fed to babies.
September 11, 2014
The bread sticks are good, however need to watch they do not dry up while baking
March 26, 2014
A staple for us!
My family and I use this (and more often, the all-purpose blend) not only for breadsticks but also for pizza, as it tends to yield a crust with more body and chew than the pizza version. I always add more cheese than called for, along with extra herbs and garlic salt. One tip is to mix all the liquids first with your herbs, add the cheese to stir, and then add the "flour" blend; milk goes in last. Add extra oil very carefully to make up for dryness from the extra herbs and cheese. It's tough to mix with a fork, so I learned to use my stand mixer--starting out with the whisk attachment and then moving to the dough-kneading hook. I have yet to try it with a food processor. The flavor is excellent for a fresh gluten-free breadstick--pairs nicely with soups or for dipping in warm pasta sauce. This is an important staple at our house, and I was glad to find it for this price at Vitacost! Wonderful!
February 25, 2014
Chebe Garlic onopn breadstick mix
We love these. The taste is great. It takes a few minutes to make the sticks. The mix is so easy to prepare. We eat them as is or with soup.
There is so many ways to use them.With salads or just about anyway you want. We eat them as is because when they come out of the oven, we cannot stop eatng them.
July 5, 2011