Gluten free Crispbread

Crispbread is the perfect side dish for soups, dips, cheese platters or just a delicious, healthy snack in between meals. There are many ways to prepare it, and don't worry if you don't have all the ingredients on hand. You can be creative and substitute them or leave them out and use more of another ingredient instead. Be an artist!


There are a few tricks to make your crispbread extra crispy and delicious:

1. The best way to make it extra thin and crispy is to use only the necessary liquid to bind it. Then place the dough between two baking sheets and roll it out as thin as you like. Then remove the top baking sheet and place the crispbread on one sheet and put it in the oven.

2. If you want perfect pieces, take the crispbread out before it is completely dry and cut it into squares to make it easier to break when it is ready.

3. Check it often and turn it, if possible, in its remaining 4 minutes. This way you can take it out when it is perfectly crispy and not burnt. Practice makes perfect!

4. experiment with spices to achieve special flavors.

This crisp bread is always a big hit on our cooking courses.

Ingredients

  • 100 gr sesame seeds

  • 100gr sunflower seeds

  • 100 gr ground flax seeds

  • 100 gr pumpkin seeds

  • 100 gr Cashew nuts finely chopped

  • water for binding

  • 60 gr teff flour or quinoa flour, or chickpea flour

  • 30 ml coconut oil

  • Water until the dough is thick

  • Salt, a little cane sugar

  • Spices

Instructions

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Mix all dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add only as much water as needed to combine all ingredients. Let rest for 10 minutes, then transfer the dough between two pieces of baking paper and roll it out. Remove the top baking paper and place the dough in the oven for 30-60 minutes, depending on thickness. Check frequently!


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