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Jul 1, 2011

Whole wheat crackers

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The last time I tried crackers, I remember it was a lengthy and a very boring process. They tasted alright, but I was so tired by the end of it that I did not try them again! Till now. :-)

The idea to make these crackers was a very housewife-y idea. You see, I did not want to waste to all the extra rotis the cook made one day. So I thought I’d dehydrate them and store them for future use. Little did I know after I actually baked them that they would turn out to be so crispy, and tasty !
Yes, its that simple.

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Pic – Hummus with spinach wheat crackers

Procedure

Make rotis with whote wheat flour. If you like it, add some greens like spinach, or methi to this, to up the nutrients and taste also. You can add masala like garlic, red chillies and garam masala to make the rotis more tasty.
Cut the rotis into small pieces with a pair of scissors. I make them into triangular pieces.
Bake these pieces in a pre-heated oven for 6 minutes at 200 C.
Flip the pieces and bake them for 4 more minutes at 200 C.

Cool and serve with Hummus or any other dip. Or just eat them as chips!
These stay good in an airtight container for days, and you can serve them as appetizers too.