Okay this recipe came to be, because my husband has problems with crescent rolls coming home from the store. The first time, he had slammed on the brakes when we were driving home and a can rolled under the seat in my car. We didn't realize this and so a few days later (after really hot summer days) the can exploded all over my brand new car. So Friday night we go to the store and again buy crescent rolls. This time we are in his truck so the bag gets set in the back floor board. He is bringing all of the groceries in to me and brings me an open thing of crescent rolls. When he opened the truck door they slid out and hit the concrete. So I hop on Pilsbury.com to search for a recipe to use. I was making calzones and thought breadsticks would be a good thing to go with them!
1 can Crescent rolls
1/4 cup parmesan cheese
1/2 tbl parsley flakes
1/4 tbl garlic powder
2 tbl butter melted
Seperate rolls into 2 sections. Seal the perforations. Stir together the rest of the ingredients and spread on top on one of the sections. Then top with the other section, making sure to seal all of the sides/perforations. Cut into 6 strips. Twist each strip.
Brush 1 egg white on top and sprinkle with more parmesan cheese.
Bake at 375 for about 10 minutes until nice and golden.
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