Garlic Cheese Bread Sticks Tawa Recipe – Easy Stuffed Dominos Without Oven

Make these easy and cheesy garlic cheese bread sticks as appetizers or snacks! Bread slices are coated with garlic butter mixture stuffed with mozzarella cheese, sweet corn, and green chili for a flavor kick. These can be pan-fried or cooked using a sandwich toaster. Sprinkle some oregano mix or peri-peri masala on top for additional flavor you and your family will surely enjoy. This recipe takes about 10 minutes to prepare.


• 100 grams butter (softened)
• 100 grams mozzarella cheese (diced)
• 4 bread slices
• 4 tbsp garlic
• 1 tbsp coriander or parsley (finely chopped)
• 1 tsp chili flakes
• 1/2 cup sweet corn
• 2 green chili (chopped)
• 3 tsp oregano mix or peri-peri masala


In a food processor, add 4 tbsp garlic.
Process until finely chopped.
You can also manually chop the garlic into fine pieces.
Transfer to a mixing bowl.
Add 1 tbsp finely chopped coriander or parsley.
Add 100 grams softened butter and 1 tsp chili flakes.
Mix until well combined.
Set aside once garlic butter is ready.

Lay four bread slices on a plate (for two sandwiches).
Evenly spread garlic on one side of each bread slice.
Add diced mozzarella cheese on each bread slice.
Top it off with some sweet corn and chopped green chili.
Cover with another bread slice.
Press it down carefully.
Evenly spread garlic butter on top of the bread slice.
Do this with the remaining bread slices.

Set a frying pan over medium heat.
Add the sandwich garlic butter side down first.
Apply garlic butter on the other side.
Cover with lid and let it cook for 2-3 minutes until golden.
After 2-3 minutes, flip it on the other side.
Do not cover with the lid and let it cook until golden.
Sprinkle peri-peri masala or oregano mix and some garlic butter on top of the bread.
Cook for a minute.
Remove from the pan and transfer to a chopping board.
Slice into breadsticks.

You can also cook this using a sandwich toaster.

Serve and enjoy!

Garlic Cheese Bread Sticks Tawa Recipe
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