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Herbed Crackers

Herbed Crackers created by CanadianEmily

Ready In:
34mins
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ingredients

  • 1 cup flour
  • 12 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons cold butter, cut into small pieces
  • 12 teaspoon herbes de provence
  • 14 teaspoon coarsely ground pepper
  • 14 cup water, plus more as needed

directions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Place flour, salt, butter, herbs and pepper in bowl of food processor fitted with steel blade.
  • Pulse until combined.
  • With motor running, pour 1/4 cup water slowly into feed tube.
  • Add a bit more if necessary until mixture begins to hold together but is not sticky.
  • Process until dough forms ball.
  • Roll dough out on lightly floured surface until very thin, less than 1/8 inch if possible.
  • Transfer to ungreased cookie sheet, and prick all over with fork.
  • Score lightly with sharp knife if you wish to break into rectangles later on.
  • Or leave in free-form shape that you can break into shards.
  • Bake 12 to 14 minutes, until lightly browned.
  • Cool on rack and store in airtight container.
  • Variations: Work small amounts of seeds, herbs or garlic into dough before rolling it out.
  • For garlic crackers, add 1/8 teaspoon granulated garlic.
  • Or create your own mixture.
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  1. aayrshock
    I tried the recipe out, and it’s lovely. I decided to double it, and added a 1/4 cup untoasted sesame seeds and a tablespoon of powdered chicken bouillon. They taste like chick’n biscuit and sesame crackers’ love child! :)
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  2. bindifry
    i have made these at least a dozen times with all kinds of variations including sizes, spice mixtures, etc. it's a great standard easy cracker recipe that is utterly delish.
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  3. Jackies Mom
    I made these using gluten free flour and vegan margarine (allergies). They came out pretty good. Of the 2 batches the garlic was better. The thinner ones were better than the thicker ones. But, it was just hard to roll out the dough; it stuck to the roller. Next time I would try using a marble dough roller, and if I had a stone surface to roll out the dough, that would have been helpful, too.
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  4. JsSweetness
    Excellent, and easy. For my taste needs more salt, and more seasoning, but the possibilities are endless. Hard to get them as crispy without being too dark as I would like, but will work on it! Thanks so much!
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  5. redneckgetaway51
    these were very good. I did not use a food processor, but made them like I would a crust for a pie. They reminded me of those expensive pita chip you buy at the store. I can hardly wait to try different flavors. Thanks so much for posting. I am allergic to alot of preservatives, and am always looking for recipes for snacks that I can have on hand so I too can enjoy snacking without getting hives. Not fun.
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