Sourdough Crackers with chili and garlic should never finish at my place. Before the batch gets over, I have to prepare another batch, otherwise, only God saves me. The goodness of Whole-wheat flour and butter make my sourdough crackers a healthy snack for munching on tea or coffee. So far I have tried many flavors of these crackers but the favorite of my family is with garlic and chili.
I have been baking yummy snacks for past 4 months. Interestingly, I have never seen my crackers staying on the shelf for more than 3 days, no matter how much I bake them.
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I mean, when I started working with sourdough, my first question in mind was what to do with the discarded sourdough starter. The answer was sourdough crackers.
The starter I have used for my recipe is the one that I have created from the scratch. It’s a whole-wheat starter with 100% hydration, very much active and flavourful as compared to my APF starter.[bctt tweet=”The journey of making your own starter is equally emotional and overwhelming as the journey of being a mother” username=”soniagupta16″]
When I talk about starters I feel so connected, just like a mother speaking about her child. From creating it to feeding on time, makes me remind of my journey as a mother with my son.
In March 2018 my friend Sue Lau selected the theme of crackers. The crackers theme got me excited because it was time for me share my homemade sourdough crackers recipe with buttery garlicky and chili flavor. Believe it or not, this amazingly easy cracker recipe will even make your kids fall in love with these crackers.
How to make Sourdough Crackers
In a large mixing bowl mix wheat flour, salt, sugar, garlic powder, chili flakes, and red paprika. In a different pan add butter and water and heat them together until butter melts. Now add the melted butter and water solution to dry ingredients.
TIP: Melting butter with water prevents burning of butter while heating it.
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Add sourdough starter to the mixture and gently fold all the ingredients to bind it to a soft dough. Do not knead it else the crackers will become chewy.
Cover the dough ball with cling wrap and let it rest for 30 min in refrigerator.
TIP: Refrigerating dough will solidify butter and will make it easier for you to handle the dough.
After 30 minutes, take the dough out from the refrigerator and roll it into a thin sheet of a ¼ inch thickness. Using a cookie cutter, cut crackers out of it.
Meanwhile, keep the oven for preheating up to 150 °C.
Place all the crackers on a greased baking tray. Using a fork, prick each cracker. While placing crackers on a tray, leave some space in-between.
TIP: Pricking the crackers will avoid puffing them up during baking.
Bake these crackers in a preheated oven at 150 °C for 15 minutes or until edges turn golden.
When completely baked, take the tray out from the oven and transfer the baked sourdough crackers to another tray. Let them cool completely.
Calories Count of Sourdough Crackers
|Total Calories||1058 Cal|
|Total Servings||40 Crackers|
|Calories per Serving||26 Cal/Cracker|
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March 2018: Crackers
Enjoy the diversity of cracker recipes this month!
- Coconut Cheese Crackers from Gayathri’s Cook Spot
- Crispy Homemade Cheddar Crackers from Palatable Pastime
- Dried Fruit Crackers from Cook’s Hideout
- Easy Homemade Oyster Crackers from Food Lust People Love
- Freshly Baked Methi Crackers from The Mad Scientist’s Kitchen
- Garlicky Chickpea Flour Crackers from Ambrosia
- Parmesan Herb Crackers from Spill the Spices
- Sourdough Crackers with Chilli and Garlic from Anybody Can Bake
- Sourdough Crackers with Gruyère and Thyme from Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Spicy Popcorn Crisps from What Smells So Good?
- Spicy Potato Crackers from Mayuri’s Jikoni
- Sweet & Savory Crackers from All That’s Left Are The Crumbs
- Vegan Herbed Crackers from Sizzling Tastebuds
- Vegan Whole Wheat Crackers from Sneha’s Recipe
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