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Old 01-30-2012, 02:44 PM   #1
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How to make cheese-filled breadsticks?

When I was in high school, they often server a kind of bread stick that not only has cheese sprinkled outside, but also has cheese filled inside. I wonder how it's made... Now on TV there's the dijorno's "cheesy bread stick" or something that looks similar.

I tried to make it at home, by first making a levened dough, flatten it out, sprinkle it with shredded cheese, and then fold it so the cheese is between 2 layers of dough. There's a problem... due to the presence of cheese, the two layers of bread won't stick together and after cutting, the cheese just flows out. I wonder what's the proper way to make it? I can't seem to find any recipe online.


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