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British pronunciation/ˈbrɛdˌstɪk/
American pronunciation/ˈbredˌstɪk/
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a thin and crisp baked bread, originally made in Italy

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What is "breadstick"?

A breadstick is a long, thin, crisp bread that is often flavored with herbs, spices, or cheese, and is commonly served as a snack or appetizer. The breadstick has its origins in Italy, where it is known as grissini, and is a staple in Italian cuisine. Breadsticks are made from a simple dough of flour, water, yeast, and salt, which is rolled into thin strips and baked until crispy. They are often seasoned with ingredients like garlic, rosemary, or parmesan cheese, which can enhance their flavor and aroma. Breadsticks are a popular choice for entertaining and can be served with dips, spreads, or cheeses to create a delicious and satisfying snack. They are also a common accompaniment to pasta dishes and soups, adding texture and crunch to the meal. Breadsticks can be found in most grocery stores and bakeries, and many restaurants offer them as a complementary appetizer.

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The garlicky breadsticks were the perfect accompaniment to the pasta dish.
The hostess passed around a breadbasket filled with homemade breadsticks.
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