Day 319 – Sun-Dried Tomato Flaxseed Crackers

Sun-Dried Tomato Flaxseed Crackers
Sun-Dried Tomato Flaxseed Crackers

I absolutely love making and eating  Pizza Crackers – in fact I love all Flaxseed Crackers.  With only the one flaxseed cracker recipe on my website so far I figured it was time to post a new cracker recipe and this one is a goody!

Ingredients:

1 1/4 cup flaxseeds, ground

1 cup whole flaxseeds soaked in 2 cups filtered water for 8 hours

1 cup sun-dried tomatoes (I used ones from a jar – rinsed in hot water to remove some of the oil – leave quite wet)

2 cups chopped zucchini

1 cup chopped tomatoes

1 cup chopped red capsicum

1/2 red onion, chopped

1/4 lemon

2 Tsp. salt

1 Tsp. chilli flakes

1/4 chopped herbs, coriander or parsley or both

Method:

The night before, put your flaxseeds on to soak.

Grind you 1 1/4 cups of flaxseeds in a food processor, blender or mill and set aside.

In a large food processor place all the ingredients except for the flaxseeds and the fresh herbs.

Process all the vegetables and spices together until smooth.

Add the ground flaxseeds and soaked flaxseeds and pulse until combined.

Add your fresh herbs and pulse until chopped.

Spread about 2 cups full evenly on a lined dehydrator tray and smooth over the tray as thin as possible (about 4ml).  Makes 3 trays of crackers.

Score the mixture into 6 x 6 squares (36 per tray).

Dehydrate for 12 hours at 115 degrees Fahrenheit until dry enough to turn.

Flip crackers onto mesh screen and continue to dehydrate for 24 hours until completely dry and crisp.

Cool completely  and store in a sealed container for 3 months.  Can also be frozen for 6 months.

Enjoy!

Ally x

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