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Julie Hasson: I’m Julie Hasson and you are watching everydaydish.tv. Today we’re making rosemary garlic crackers. Now garlic crackers can be really price to buy at the store I know $5 or $6 sometimes for a small bag but you can make home for pennies and their so much fun to do and they don’t take much time at all. So I’m really excited to be, I’ll be showing you how to make them. To began with for crackers we need flour now in this bowl I have two cups of unbleached all-purpose flour you can use half unbleached all-purpose flour, sorry, so it’s whole wheat pastry flour if you want to make a you know more of a whole grain cracker it works really well I do at both ways where I do all of purpose.
Half and half works great really depends on your for these purpose. We’re using all unbleached then to that we are adding nutritional yeast flakes don’t read about the recipe it is on the website. We have dried rosemary, which I have posed in spice grinder or you could use a modern pesto. I do like a little bit of pieces often it doesn’t have to be finally ground and if you can see that but beautiful as we are going to sprinkle that in. we also have some fine sea salt I like the stuff that’s fine because it dissolves better. I have a little of ground pepper so you can put that in spice some of your whole peppercorns or just put it like, pepper, do that measured out.
A little bit of baking powder and granulated garlic one of my favorite ingredients and that’s obviously because of the garlic flavor so as you can see you can kind play around with the flavors and spices a little bit and mixes together look at that very cool, okay I mean so simple as this crackers are really easy to make. Okay, water and a little bit of extra virgin olive oil is really give us some good flavor so add them at a same time like that, okay we mix together you don’t even need on mixture for this one you just simply mixed with a wooden spoon or whatever kind of spoon you have your favorite spoon mix that together and you get this nice shaggy, you can just finish doing at there we go by hand.
Look at that beautiful dove I love making crackers from home anything that you know you can do at home and customize yourself it is the product and end product as so much better they haven’t been sitting on a store – for long time this is the way we can go, okay here is a beautiful dove I’m in kind break that into two bowls there don’t have to perfectly even -- we want to do next.
Alright have my baking sheet and I blend with -- you can use parchment but I find this sill pad really made the best crackers. I tried three different ways so I recommend if you have a so pad, do use so pad and if you have don’t have one its really call to use so you might want to think about get it one actually, right you put your bowl right on it you don’t have to grease this silk pads which are really nice here is the best you just rolled out right on to the cookie sheet takes couple of minutes but. Okay that is that you will notice that I like to roll. I like my crackers without nice crisped item so I like the -- and now that we finished this tray that worked on the mixed one there we go, we’ve got our last one rolled.
Now I’ll show you, so you can see its nice and thin then what I do I take Coarse sea salt this what it looks like, its little gray. This stuff what I bought at a Africa that kind market, so -- international market this stuff is from France and you can see it kind looks little wet in the back that’s why you want there is some moisture to it, I just a nice chasing salt but you wanted of course like this then I sprinkle I don’t know may be like a couple little finger for not too much want this too salty but its nice to have the little crunch.
When I take that roller again and I just press them into the top so that way they will bake in there but they will stay of course like that you get an extra little crunch and little salt its really nice I mean these would be expense of course you have bought them in the store with the great sea salt in the whole thing so its really -- there we go got that and now what we just cut on you can cut on with something like that because on the sill pad you don’t want to use an knife because you cut through the silicon so something like this can cut him, you can just quite but if you have one of this little pastry we have that we would use for making that pie crust its perfect and that -- expense I think under $10 at cooking stores great thing to have fairly had this almost 20 years.
So they also then we do as just cut though so depending on the size crackers you want I want these to be sort of more by size look at this great scald edge on them. They look so fancy but I guess their about the size that we think to -- done on this and other thing you could do as if you didn’t want cut on you could just bake the whole sheets and then, when there baking on the cold you can break them into chunks and that’s fun too, that’s another fun way just serve on it is very rustic cooking within this -- perfect al right there we go
Little faster now I’ll start on the other sheet and the last one right there perfect look at these there so cool and so that we have a lot of crackers. Preheated oven its 400 degrees but you want to preheat to makes sure there we go. I’m going to put those sheets in the oven and they bake for about 15 minutes so we check in 15 and see if they are totally done I think they are ready lets take a look, oh yeah and can you see that is what they look like when they are finished.
If you find that sum in the center are still little too soft once you take them out you can pull off the once that are done and then put those back in front of their few minutes because otherwise say it 15 minutes if you put both tracy and it could take 20, 25 and it depends on your oven so there are some variables their with that so you really have to go by how they look. Then look at this because on the sill pad they literally just lift off and then they snap partly that and you get these great crackers how cook look of course this here at the -- in fact they make a great gift to you can put in sell bag with raven taken somewhere as hosts gift you could also if you put out nice platter with appetizers on my crackers.
Thanks so much for joining me. I’ll see you next time.