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Easiest Seed Crackers

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Easiest Seed Crackers - the lazy way.

Preheat oven to 350 F 180 C Gas mark 4

1/2 C (70g) self raising flour

1/4 tsp baking powder

1/4-1/2 tsp herbs/ spices (I used herbs de provence and cumin).

1/2 C (65g) seeds (sunflower, sesame, flax, pumpkin, etc.),

1/8 C (32g) sunflower oil

1/4 C (100g) water

Mix in a bowl, except for the water, until well combined..

Add the water while stirring to make a thick batter.

Divide between two greased 9 inch (20 cm) round or square tins, smooth and cook for about 40 minutes or until fairly crisp and brown at the edges. Cool for 5 minutes then cut into segments before cooling on a wire rack.

Mine were 0.5 cm (0.25 inch) thick after cooking. I used sunflower and poppy seeds.

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Easiest Seed Crackers - the lazy way.
These sound great! I'm going to try a batch, I love seeds. Maybe I will buy a can of you-know-what and put a slice on one.

-- rick

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yay, I have sunflower seeds on my cereals all the time..this sounds better...besides poppy seeds have a small opium content...

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Made a batch with mostly pumpkin seeds, also some poppy, flax, sesame, and plenty of fresh black pepper. The were very good. I need to get them a bit thinner, though.

-- rick

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