Melt in your mouth garlic knots topped with a rich herb butter. This easy side dish is foolproof!
This is the best homemade garlic knots you will ever eat. So soft and buttery!
We always order them when we go out for pasta or pizza. No one ever thinks about making them at home, but they are easier and cheaper too. With this easy recipe, you are going to start making them at home every single time!
How To Make Garlic Knots
- Prep Work: Preheat oven and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Make Herb Butter: Combine butter, garlic, and seasonings in a medium bowl.
- Make Knots: Roll biscuits into a long log shape. Tie into knot.
- Bake: Brush with herb butter, and bake until golden brown.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How Long Do They Last?
When stored properly, these will last for several days at room temperature. It is important they are covered to protect them from drying out.
- How Do I Store Leftovers? I love making a big batch of these homemade garlic knots. While they are best served immediately, leftovers are good too. Once the garlic knots have cooled they can be stored in the fridge.
- Can You Freeze Them? Yes you can freeze them. They will stay good for up to three months in the freezer. It is important to make sure to store them wrapped tightly in plastic or in freezer bags to prevent the knots from getting freezer burn. They’re also wonderful to pull out for a quick pasta supper. (Like boxed garlic bread only better!).
- How Do I Reheat Them? There is nothing better than fresh from the oven garlic knots. But just because there are leftovers doesn’t mean you have to miss out on soft rolls. You can reheat the h in the oven or even in the microwave. If reheating in the microwave be sure to wrap them in a damp paper towel. This will help them stay moist ,and not dry out.
Dipping Sauce Ideas
I love dunking mine in sauce. A few simple ideas are:
- Ranch: My favorite! Just heanvely!
- Marinara: A classic choice for sure, but it is a great tasting combination.
- Cheese: Make a homemade cheese sauce for a delicious twist.
- Herbed Olive Oils: Just like at your favorite Italian restaurant! If you have leftover herb butter it works great too!
- Add Cheese: Sprinkle the top with Parmesan or mozzarella for a cheesy roll.
- Mix Up The Herbs: Add whatever you have on hand. Rosemary, basil, or even a pinch of Italian seasoning would be lovely.
- Use Pizza Dough: You can also use canned, or fresh pizza dough in this recipe if you’d prefer.
- Make Them Spicy: Add red pepper flakes to taste.
Garlic knots are perfect for an appetizer, or as a side dish. Honestly, I can eat these with just a side of vegetables or a salad and call it a meal! Also consider:
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- In a medium bowl: combine melted butter, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, oregano, parsley, and salt.
- Roll each biscuit into a long rod shape. Then tie into a knot, and tuck ends into each other.
- Brush with garlic butter, and bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.
- Brush with additional garlic butter if desired before serving.