Unleavened gluten free bread might be really suitable for those who want to eat according to the bible or you just have allergic reaction towards yeast. You can start by using Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Flour that can be purchased in the grocery nearby. If you want to follow the recipes below you may expect to play with the amount of the flour you will use in order to get the best consistency. Other than that, you can just mix two different flour brands for your dough. Here are the recipes you can try at home for you who do not want to eat yeast.
Gluten Free Crackers Recipe, What you will need?
- In order to make this unleavened gluten free bread or cracker, you may need the ingredients below
- 8 ounces of gluten-free flour. Make sure you weighed the flour and not using cups;
- One teaspoon of Himalayan Pink Sea Salt;
- 5 ounces of filtered water;
- ¼ teaspoon of baking powder. This one is optional if you want a lighter cracker.
- You may also need to prepare salt, dried chopped garlic, finely chopped dried onion, and some other toppings as you like.
The process will be started by preheating your oven to 400 F while you mix dry ingredients fine. Make a well in the middle of the mixed ingredients and pour 4 ounces of water gently. Mix all ingredients well and together by using a fork until you can make a nice ball out of it. The dough should be soft yet not sticky. If you feel it too dry then you can add some more water and mix them well.
Knead them gently for one or two minutes and you can cut them in half after that. Put them on parchment and roll it out until it looks very thin. Poke holes in the dough by using a fork to allow the steam gets out while you cook the dough. Use a pizza cutter to cut the dough as you desire. Cutting them into snack cracker sizes would be nice after all.
After that, you need to bake them for about 10 minutes or until it looks like a good-looking cracker for you. The time depends on the size of your cracker for sure. Make sure you watch them when you put them inside the oven. It should be well-cooked and not over-cooked or even burnt. Since the time to make the dough becomes burnt is very short, you need to put your eye on it very closely.
Depending on the temperature of your house and the humidity, the crackers could last for one month as long as you store them inside an airtight jar or container. You can serve the crackers with your favorite hummus, cheese, or salsa. For the taste, you can add two teaspoons of dry rosemary on the crackers along with other favorite herbs. Parmesan might work well with this recipe. Of course, this recipe is just one of many unleavened gluten free bread recipes out there.
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