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I love experimenting with dough. With one basic recipe you can do so much. These Garlic Parmesan Twists are another one of my experiments and I must say they are sooooo delicious. They have a crunchy outer shell with a soft chewy inside full of garlic parmesan goodness.
These are a great alternative to bread for those nights you have soup or risottos. They are also yummy dipped into dips as well or simply eat on their own.
You can vary the flavours to suit your tastes. Cheese and bacon would work well or spinach and feta.
I have used Herbamare in the filling of these. It is a salt enriched with vegetables and herbs so gives it a flavour boost.
This makes 10 twists. They will keep up to three days in an airtight container and can be frozen.
If you don’t have a tmx or similar you can make the dough by hand ensuring you knead well or use a food processor or read maker. You can use a food processor or grater to make the filling component.
Read my Soft bread is possible document for lots of bread tips.