Budget Recipe: Olive Stuffed Garlic Knots

Posted On Thursday, December 9th, 2010
Filed Under: Dining on a Dime

I’m obsessed with Sunny Anderson on the Food Network. Her show, Cooking for Real, offers scrumptious recipes that even a novice can whip up. A few weeks ago she made Garlic and Olive bows {recipe}. Basically, they’re garlic knots but with chopped olives in the middle and in the shape of a bow, instead of a knot.

This is a great, super simple treat to pair with pasta, instead of doing the typical garlic bread.

{flour your surface and let pizza dough come to room temperature before rolling}

Click more to see the step-by-step process.

{chop olives and place on half of the dough. you can also add garlic, cheese or a filling of your choice}

{fold dough over and gently roll to seal in filling}

{cut in to strips}

{shape strips in to a bow or knot. i opted for a ribbon-like shape as the olives started to fall out}

Brush knots/ribbons/bows in olive oil infused garlic {finely chop garlic and sauté with olive oil or butter}. Bake for 10-12 minutes on 450 degrees. Brush with more garlic olive oil and sprinkle with cheese, if desired. You can also serve with marinara sauce.

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