At last, a recipe with chickpea flour that I enjoy. I recommend you try this easy cracker recipe from @powerhungrycamilla! Thumbs up from my side (& my taste buds). I find it hard to copy a recipe exactly the way it is, as I try to adjust the recipe to my personal dietary requirements, however on this recipe I only added pepper & thyme for extra flavor. Have fun!
· 2 cups chickpea flour (sifted, if lumpy), plus more for dusting
· 1/3 cup nutritional yeast flakes
· 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt
· 1/4 cup neutral oil (I used coconut oil)
· 4 tablespoons warm water (more, if needed)
· 2 tablespoons of any spicy mustard (original recipe only uses 1 spoon)
· Course pepper and thyme for extra flavour
· Optional: large grain sea salt for topping.
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. The dough may seem dry at first but keep stirring until completely mixed. The dough should be smooth and still, but if you need add a tad more water, add a tablespoon of water.
Divide the dough in half and roll out on lightly chickpea flour dusted nonstick baking sheet. Roll dough into a thin rectangle or circle shape (thickness of about 4cm).
Take a sharp knife or pizza cutter and cut into rectangle crackers. Sprinkle the optional salt if you like.
Bake in a preheated oven of 180 degrees for about 15 to 20 minutes until light golden brown.
Then, remove from oven, lift off the sheet and onto a cooling rack. Once cooled, break into crackers.
|Chickpea crackers (makes about 30 crackers)||Protein||Carbs||Fats||Fiber|
|33 calories per cracker||2g||4g||1g||1g|