Thursday, January 31, 2013

Millet, Rice, Sesame Seed Crackers - Gluten Free

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Gluten Free Rice, Millet and Sesame Seed Crackers:

I made only a half a batch of the crackers.
I will give you the measurements for the Full Recipe: then measurements for half the Recipe in parentheses

Combine the dry ingredients in a Food Processor with the Blade: Pulse for a few seconds:
1 ¾ Cup Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Brown Rice Flour  ~ (½ + ¼ + 1/8 Cup)
¾ Cup plus 2 Tbl. Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Millet Flour  ~ (¼ + 1/8+ 1 Tbl)
1 tsp. Xanthan Gum ~  (½ tsp)
1 tsp. Salt  ~ ( ½ tsp.)
1 tsp. Sugar ~  (½ tsp)

2 Tbl. chopped Butter ~ (1 Tbl)
Process until crumbly

Combine in a measuring cup ~ whisking the Eggs with the other ingredients:
¼ Cup Water ~ (1/8 Cup)
2 Eggs ~ (1 egg)
2 Tbl. Extra Virgin Olive Oil ~ (1 Tbl Oil)

With the Food Processor running pour the Liquid ingredients thru the Shoot:
Dough will form a ball that is the consistency of Play-Dough
If the dough is to dry add a little bit more water
If the dough is to wet add a little bit more of the Flour

Place the dough onto a Silpat Baking Mat
Top with a second Silpat Mat and use a rolling pin
to roll out evenly. Roll them thin.

Take 1 egg white and whisk with a little bit of water
Brush the dough with the Egg Wash
Sprinkle on Sesame Seeds or any other Seeds or Herbs of your choice
I used my Small Silicone rolling pin to help roll the Seed into the dough

Use a butter knife (making sure not to cut the Silpat Mat) Cut the Crackers to the size of your choice
Place the Silpat Mat on a Cookie Sheet
Bake in a 375*  for 15 minutes
Rotate the Pan
At 20 minutes separate the crackers and turn the edge piece towards the center. This helps to get an evenly golden brown Cracker that does not have burnt edges.
I baked mine a total of 30 minutes. I removed the edge crackers first and continued baking the remaining Crackers until they were all golden brown.
Cool the Crackers on a wire wrack. Store in an air tight container. These crackers will last a week.
They are great served plain, or you can serve them with a soft cheese spread, Raspberry Preserves ( or any Preserves of your choice) or dip them in Soup or Chili.

Bob's Red Mill Flours:

Silpat Baking Mat: Silpat: The Original Non-Stick Mat

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