Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Lavash Crackers: Baking Through the Bread Baker's Apprentice

I had no idea it was so easy to make crackers. Reinhart calls these "Armenian-style crackers" that can be seasoned with sesame seeds, paprika, cumin seeds, caraway seeds, or kosher salt. I kept it really simple and just used sesame seeds so the kids wouldn't freak out too much. This recipe made a box worth of crackers for a fraction of the cost.

GENERAL NOTES
- none

VEGAN NOTES
1. I subbed maple syrup for the honey.

6 comments:

dreaminitvegan said...

Those crackers look great!

Bianca said...

Yum! I've tried making homemade crackers before, but I didn't roll the dough out flat enough and they were a little chunky. Yours look perfect!

My name is Jennifer. said...

I have yet to try making my own crackers. These look really good. I'm a sucker for healthy, portable snacks. Your frequent posts from the Bread Baker's Apprentice have almost convinced me to buy this book.

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myveganday said...

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Trinity (of haiku tofu) said...

Those look great! I've been meaning to make some crackers, thanks for reminding me!