Domino’s style Garlic Breadsticks with Oregano seasoning

Cheese Garlic bread- Domino's style
Cheese Garlic bread- Domino’s style


Domino’s has been my favorite pizza brand for a long long time now. It was in 1999 that I first tasted Domino’s pizza at the Times Square outlet. I still remember I was waiting with my mother-in-law in the restaurant for the pizza, while my husband was parking the car in the next block.There was a group of over enthusiastic hooligan teenagers, who were creating a lot of ruckus on the street, yelling, banging on the glass windows of all the shops on the street. Of course, they disappeared in no time ,but to be honest, for a moment it did send a shiver down my spine. But all that vanished as soon as my husband and the pizza arrived. It was the best and yummiest tasting pizza I had till then. Ever since, I have tasted pizzas from almost every brand I could lay my hands on, but I can still say Domino’s sells the tastiest pizzas and sides.Garlic bread sticks is one of my favorite items from their menu, but only second in hierarchy to their delicious  Cheese burst pizza. 

( Dominos marketing team. If you happen to be reading this you can consider sending me a large cheese burst pizza and your latest subwich  please  😉 )

 I wanted to try my hand at making the garlic bread sticks.I found an ultimate recipe at  . I was lucky to have come across this amazing blog. It is hosted by an excellent Chef  Bharat Wadhwa. Those of you who haven’t been to this blog must go have a look. It has the most outstanding food on display with some hard to find recipes.Thank you for sharing this recipe with all Domino’s fans.

The bread sticks turned out so well , my family thought I had ordered them from Domino’s, until I told them they were home made.They tasted exactly like the original Domino’s bread sticks.I added cheese on top as well as inside for extra taste. 

Domino's style cheese Garlic bread sticks
Domino’s style cheese Garlic bread sticks

Cheese Garlic Bread Sticks- Domino’s style

Makes 4

What you knead  need: 

  • 500 gm all-purpose flour
  • 4 – 5 gm active dry yeast (half sachet)
  • 1.5 cup Luke warm water
  • 1 Tbsp. sugar
  • 4 Tbsp. olive oil (60 gm)
  • 4 – 5 cloves of garlic (mid-size)
  • 2 Tbsp. butter (30 gm)
  •  1 tsp. salt
  • 1 Tbsp. Oregano Seasoning (even more if you like)


To make dough:

  1. First add:
  • ½ cup all-purpose flour
  • 3.5-4 gm (1/2 sachet yeast)
  • 1½-cup Luke warm water
  • 1 Tbsp. sugar (15 gm)


  • Let the yeast activate for 15 minutes.
yeast activating
yeast activating

2. Then add:

  • 2 – 2.5 cups all-purpose flour (Do not add all the flour together, add 1 cup first and combine the dough then add in 1-1.5 cups and try to make soft dough, knead the dough for 15 – 20 minutes and make smooth and stretchy dough)
  • 2 Tbsp. olive oil (30 gm)
  • 2 Tbsp. butter (30 gm)
  • 3 med-size clove garlic for a bread so 3*4=12 cloves
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 1 Tbsp. Oregano Seasoning
  • Knead the dough well for 15 minutes (to activate gluten)
  • Add 2 Tbsp. olive oil and kneed for 2 minutes more
  • Let the dough rest in refrigerator for 24 hours (very important)




3.After 24 hours


  • Take dough out of refrigerator.
  • Cut it into 4 equal size balls and let it rest for 10 minutes




  • Sprinkle lots of corn meal (also known a polenta and “makki ka atta” in Hindi) on a flat surface (for outer crunchy coating).


  • Make a round shape and flip from 1 side to make a semi-circle, transfer the dough to a buttered and seasoned baking tray (Oregano Seasoning)


                   Add grated mozzarella cheese(optional)

  • Cut the dough into bread sticks, brush with butter and drizzle a lot of Domino’s Oregano Seasoning




Finally bake in a preheated oven @ 180C for 8 minutes and again @ 220C for 4 – 5 minutes more or until you have a nice color.

Recipe for Oregano Seasoning:

What you need

1 Tbsp. salt

1 Tbsp. black pepper

½ Tbsp. dry basil leaves

½ Tbsp. dry oregano

2 Tbsp. garlic powder

1/4 tsp. rosemary

½ tsp. chilly powder or ¼ tsp. chilly flakes

Mix and crush all the ingredients with a pestle or a heavy rolling pin. Store in an air tight container till use.


Enjoy with friends and family…..



The pictures are all mine ( Only the recipefor the breadsticks and the oregano seasoning has been borrowed from


wpid-wp-1423742447705.jpegI am taking my hot, cheesy and melt in the mouth garlic bread sticks for my Fiesta Friday friends. It is party time again @The Novice Gardener. This week our gracious host Angie will have two awesome co-hosts  Suzanne @apuginthekitchen and Sue @birgerbird. Come along and enjoy….

Domino's style cheese Garlic bread sticks
Domino’s style cheese Garlic bread sticks

76 thoughts on “Domino’s style Garlic Breadsticks with Oregano seasoning

  1. Oh god, it would be very dangerous if I learned how to make these breadsticks! We’d all get a little fat in my household, but boy do they ever look delicious! Thank you for bringing this amazingly cheesy, melty goodness to the party this week!

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      1. I can remember how happy I was when I went away to college and could order Domino’s on my own . . . I actually gained about 20 pounds the first semester, no joke . . . all from pizza. I still have a fondness for Domino’s even though my husband prefers Round Table as fast food pizza goes. But back in the day they didn’t have those cheese breadsticks, which are so much easier to eat and not as greasy as the pizza if you dip in tomato sauce!


      2. I think it is their oregano seasoning which does the trick. It leaves such a wonderful after taste in the mouth that leaves you craving for more. I can totally relate to your college experience. A couple of years back Domino’s had launched their cheese burst pizza.I went to their outlet for dine in ( because i believe it can never taste the same when home delivered ). We got a ticket from the traffic cops for wrong parking though it was not our fault. The Domino’s guys wanted to make up for the inconvenience caused to us and gifted us a fat book of 50% discount coupons. And you can imagine what happened. As the book became thinner we became fatter lol . And one fine day I just gifted the coupon book to someone else 😀 And my entire family had to increase our work out time.

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  2. These look and sound fabulous – we have totally different menus at Dominos in the UK but I love their Garlic and Cheese Pizza Breads. Thanks for sharing this recipe – my son is a big fan of this sort of thing so I will be trying it very soon! Happy Fiesta Friday!

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    1. Thank you for liking it Selma ☺ They tasted exactly like the original ones served at Domino’s. Moreover they were just as good even the next day when I warmed them up in the microwave.

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  3. Me too love garlic bread! Though I love The Pizza Hut version. In fact I haven’t tried it from Dominos.

    But heyy..never tried making it myself.. Well your pics say this has turned out great… You are again inspiring me to try it! 🙂


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  4. Domino’s was founded, back in the 1960’s I believe, in Ypsilanti, Michigan. I live in the neighboring town of Ann Arbor so of course I have had their pizzas numerous times beginning when I attended Eastern MI Univ.- right down the street from the original store. Headquarters is still located here and I live close enough to a store to have my pizza delivered. Your bread looks delicious 🙂

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    1. Me too. I rarely bake bread but after this I feel more confident.You will be real glad you did. But remember you have to make the dough 24 hours in advance.


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