When I’m in the supermarket, I get weirdly happy when I see something that I never saw before. This time, it was chickpea flour. You can use it in sweet recipes, but also in savoury ones. I decided to make some crackers, which I never tried before. Keep trying new things!
What you need:
- 160 gr flour type 00
- 80 gr chick pea flour
- 200 ml water
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 tablespoon salt
- 2 tablespoons crushed rosemary
How to make them:
- Put all of the ingredients at the same time in a bowl, and mix together until you have a dough. You maybe have to add some extra flour if it’s too wet.
- When you have an elastic dough, cover it with some foil and let it rest for about 30 min in the fridge.
- Take out the dough, and put it on your worktop (use some more flour). Roll the dough until it’s about 1 mm thin. The thinner you can make it, the better.
- Use a cookie-cutter or a pizza roller and cut out the shapes. Transfer them to your baking tray and drizzle some olive oil over it.
- I also added some rosemary salt over (check out how i did that here: Gift idea: DIY flavoured salt)
- Turn on the oven at 200 C and use the grill option to make them nice and crispy.
- Leave them in for about 5-7 min and take out when they’re golden.
Tip: Really try and make the dough as thin as possible when you roll it out. They don’t get as crispy as you want them to be if you don’t. This also happened to me. But.. for the first time making these, they look and taste pretty good anyway!