We deliver across the UK and EU to curb your cravings wherever you are. I started making them about three weeks ago, and now they are a staple in our home – especially on Friday nights. Sprinkle with the chunky seeds, and bake for 20-30 minutes, until the crackers are golden brown, crisp, and beginning to lift from the tray. The North of this popular island still retains much of its original Spanish charm. Spoon over the harissa, then scatter over the seeds. Take some staycation inspiration from The Crown - whether it's the wilds of anglesey or the rugged beauty of Balmoral. Follow the recipe below to yield 10 even-sized slices, because at only 2g carbs per serving (one serving = 2 large crackers), you can now do so completely guilt-free! Spoon the batter onto the middle of the silicone mat or baking paper and, using a pastry brush, spread the mixture to the very edges of the tray, trying to create as even a layer as possible. From London to Harrogate, here's where to embrace the Swedish concept of 'fika'. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. Salmorejo comes from Córdoba in Spain where, during the long, hot summers, they know how to eat well and keep cool. I’ve also mixed ½ a teaspoon of cayenne powder through before painting it onto the tray. The basic rule of thumb is two tablespoons of fine seeds mixed through the batter, and two tablespoons of chunky seeds sprinkled on to. They’re quick to pull together, and it’s surprisingly therapeutic daubing away at the mixture on the sheet until you have an even layer. For the most part, over the last four weeks, I’ve been turning to old faithfuls in my kitchen: lasagne, bread doughs,and hot cross buns. When we first began socially distancing, days quickly began to blur into one, time became amorphous and frustrating. I make these on a silicone mat, but if you don’t have one, greaseproof paper will do fine – just be careful not to tear through the paper while spreading, as the batter is quite wet. Repeat with the second batch. Stir together the flour and water to form a paste. When it comes to the flavouring, the world’s your oyster: I’ve made them with curry powder, dried herbs, parmesan, freshly ground black pepper, and seaweed powder: all have been totally different, and all have been hits. Place the “crackers” in a non-stick tray and brush with butter. Mon-Fri 11:00-19:00 Sat 9:00-18:00 Sun 10:00-17:00 (pre-booking if shielding possible 9-10), Online Shop & Warehouse: email@example.com. The one exception has been these crackers. Here I’ve used nigella seeds as my fine seeds, and a mixture of pumpkin and sunflower seeds for my topping. Line a tray roughly 30×34 cm with a silicone mat or baking paper and preheat the oven to 180°C. We call it cocktail hour, and we play games and write quizzes – and we eat these crackers. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. Because this is designed to be a flexible recipe, I have given loose cooking times: if I use plain flour, and get the layer thin and even, it takes exactly 20 minutes, but if there are lumps or waves, you’ll need an extra ten minutes to dry it out: when it’s ready it will be evenly golden, crisp, and lifting away from the tray. So, we decided to try to introduce what we lacked: a routine and a sense of occasion. Break into pieces and enjoy. Bake in the preheated oven for around 50–60 minutes – do watch the seeds don’t brown too much – until completely cooked and dry. Slide the crackers, still on the paper, on to a large baking sheet. pumpkin seeds. But opting out of some of these cookies may have an effect on your browsing experience.