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Cracker biscuits

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Cracker biscuits

Post  Queensmessenger on 20.12.13 22:28

Hello
Has anyone made cracker biscuits in their HO. Looking for a receipe for these with no success. Want to try them by adding rosemary to the mix. Bought some ready made ones from Aldi. Just to die for with cheese so would like to experiment myself but no one seems to make a basic cracker biscuit. Perhaps there is something special about the baking of these that cannot be replicated at home.
Anything will do as a start otherwise I will experiment and perhaps ruin a few trial mixes. Not sure whether to use plain or SR flour. I suspect that plain flour is needed as the commercially bought ones seem not to have risen.
Thanks to all who can help.

Doug

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Ive got a recipe

Post  Queensmessenger on 20.12.13 23:14

This one should work for water biscuits

200g plain flour
tsp baking powder
50 g cold butter cut into cubes
4 tbsp. water
pinch salt
Herbs to flavour if required

Mix dry ingredients in a bowl and rub in butter
add water until dough comes together to a soft but not sticky dough.
Roll out as thin as possible then prick with a fork
Cut onto cracker size? squares and place on a parchment covered tray
Preheat HO at 180/200c (experiment here on high rack with extender or low rack without extender) for 10 to 15 mins
stop cooking when they feel dry and sandy but still pale
Place on a wire rack to cool (they will still feel soft at this stage but will harden when cooling)
Will keep in an airtight tin for up to 2 weeks.
I propose to add a little rosemary seed (or anything else you may fancy)at mix stage before cooking.
Should be good with cheese.

Will give this a try and report back but if anyone else wants to try this in the meantime, let us know how they turn out

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Re: Cracker biscuits

Post  Admin on 23.12.13 13:21

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