Easy No Knead Garlic Knots

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These Easy No Knead Garlic Knots are made from pizza dough. They are a great tasting little roll that has been dipped in garlic butter and herbs. Eat them right out of the oven or dip them into some pizza sauce. Either way, they are delicious and taste great with any meal.

 

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Ingredients

 

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Butter a cooking sheet.

 

Cut the pizza dough into 15 equal pieces, they are small.

 

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Shape each piece into a snake shape

rolling them to about 5” long.

You don’t have to be exact, just make them as even as possible.

 

Tie each piece once, like you are tying a shoe lace.

Tuck one end underneath the knot leaving the other end sticking up.

 

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Place the knots on the buttered cookie sheet and bake in a preheated

400 degree oven for 13-17 minutes or until lightly golden brown.

 

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While the knots are baking, make the garlic butter.

In a small bowl add the butter, garlic powder, salt and parsley.

Microwave on high for 1-1/2 minutes, remove from the

microwave and stir until the butter is completely melted.

 

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Remove the knots from the oven.

 

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Using a spoon, put each knot into the garlic butter and

pour the butter mixture over the top of the knot.

 

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Place the garlic knots back on the cooking sheet.

Continue baking for 1-1/2 – 2 minutes but don’t let the bottom burn.

 

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Remove immediately onto a serving plate.

These can be eaten as is or you can dip them in pizza sauce.

These are a great addition to any meal.

 

Easy No Knead Garlic Knots

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Ingredients

  • 1 – 13.8 oz can of pizza dough (or homemade)
  • 1 stick butter, divided
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp Kosher salt
  • 1 Tbsp dried parsley

Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Butter a large cooking sheet.
  3. Divide the pizza dough into 15 equal pieces.
  4. Shape each piece into a snake shape and roll them about 5″ long, they are small.
  5. Tie each piece once, like you are tying a shoe lace. Tuck one end underneath the knot.
  6. Place the knots on the prepared cookie sheet and bake for 13-17 minutes or until the knots are a light golden brown.
  7. While the knots are baking make the garlic butter. In a small bowl add the butter, garlic powder, salt and parsley. Microwave on high for 1-1/2 minutes. Remove from the microwave and stir with a spoon until the butter is completely melted.
  8. Using a spoon, put the knots into the garlic butter and spoon the garlic butter over the knots.
  9. Place the garlic knots back on the cooking sheet and bake for 1-1/2 – 2 minutes more being careful not to burn the bottom of the garlic knot.
  10. Remove from the pan and immediately place onto a serving plate.

These can be eaten as is or you can dip them into pizza sauce. These are a great addition to any meal.

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47 Comments »

    • No that’s why I use it instead of fresh most of the time. When I use it from fresh we roast it and freeze the cloves. I’m not a great lover of strong garlic. You can always leave it out or use even less.

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  1. Had this type of garlic pastry olive oiled with salad in Rome so yes will be tasty Ill try your new recipe with delight. Ill sprinkle parmesan cheese over the dough when cooked and warm with drop of extra virgin olive oil drizzled over and think of Italy as I eat them. Thank you for this I had quite forgotten the taste.

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