Marmite Linseed (Flax) Crackers with Seeds (Gluten-free)
Gluten-free, quick and easy
I was told about making gluten-free linseed crackers this way by a customer who visited my market stall she said she wasn’t a cook but this recipe is so easy even she could make them. The recipe sounded so simple and unusual I couldn’t wait to try it. Everyone else who has made them says the recipe works a treat and the crackers are brilliant. They are really quick to make; they only take a moment to mix up and all baked in about 20 minutes.
Delicious and healthy
These are really tasty, I find they don’t even need added salt and are tastier that snacks you can buy.
Place dough between 2 sheets of silicon paper and roll out until it is very thin, 1-3mm.
Remove top layer of paper and place in fan oven at 150 centigrade, cook until leathery.
After about 10 minutes, when just beginning to go leathery turn over, remove the other sheet of paper and wipe thinly with Marmite and sprinkle with whole seeds.
After another ten minutes when the second side is going leathery, before it browns reduce oven temperature to just over 100 centigrade and cook until the crackers dry our and go crispy. Do not brown.
The quantities in the recipe aren't exact and don't seem to matter; all it is as I was told it is: 2 cloves garlic mashed. add ground linseed and mix with water to a thick paste. Then roll out between sheets of silicon paper until thin remove top sheet. Bake in medium hot oven until leathery, turn over, remove second sheet, bake until leathery. reduced temperature to minimum temperature for another ten minutes or so until dry and crisp.