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Synonyms for breadstick

a crisp stick-shaped roll

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Ingredients: 1 11-ounce package refrigerated bread sticks 3 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese 2 teaspoons dried parsley flakes, crushed 2 teaspoons skim milk
Pasta and meat sauce and cheese bread sticks, salad fruit and milk.
The company (also known as The Authentic Bread Co) recently diversified into the snack food market with the launch of the unique crisp baked naan breadsticks, which are made from naan bread dough and seasoned with spices to create a crunchy, savoury bread stick. The breadsticks are sold as an own label product by a leading multiple retailer and have also been launched in a 50g snack pack size under the Bredz label.
Buffalo chicken over a tossed salad with light ranch dressing, bread stick and fruit or corned beef and Swiss on pumpernicklel, soup, broccoli florets with light ranch dressing and fruit.
I opted for fresh salmon and prawns for starters, which came with a warm bread stick, all served on a bed of spinach.
9 BREAD STICKS -acheesy mini version sold by Asda turns the plain old bread stick into a tasty snack.
Popcorn chicken mashed potato bowl, seasoned peas and carrots, bread stick with margarine and fruit or roast beef and Swiss wrap, soup, marinated bean salad and fruit.
CALS: 70 FAT: 3.3g' Bread stick With half the calories of a cheese straw, breadsticks are a healthier option to keep your waist slimline.
Take a fresh herbed panini bread stick and slice down the centre.
.Dinner: Huge plate of spaghetti bolognese with grated mozzarella cheese and half a garlic bread stick - 1,400 calories
Buffalo chicken over garden salad with light ranch, a whole grain bread stick and fruit or chicken parmesan on a wheat roll, cup of soup, carrot sticks with light ranch and fruit.
Macaroni and cheese, bread stick, honey carrots, fruit, milk.
Serve the ham with bread sticks (MCF usually serves it with picos bread sticks from Spain), thin crackers or toasts.