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Thursday, February 28, 2013

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          I always like to bake savoury goodies, but have not done many so far. And have not tried my hands on using oats in baking. I had some bread flour remaining after I used for garlic bread and rolled oats too after trying granola. So when I saw this recipe in the daily news paper, I wanted to try this out as it had no fancy items and had the two main ingredients already. I just adapted the recipe and tweaked to suit my taste buds. The result was too good. The flavour is un believable! Very similar to Maska chaska biscuits we get. Aj also told the same and he loved the crackers. The crackers are not that photogenic, but its really tasty and flavourful! The texture is also crispy as oats adds a nice crunch to this. Bake it off to trust yourself!
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Oats savoury Crackers  Recipe


Cooking time : 30 mins | Makes : roughly 40 small crackers

  Ingredients

Rolled oats 1/2 cup
Bread flour 1 cup + 2 tbslp
Shallots(small onion)
Chopped very fine
1 tbslp
Coriander leaves
Chopped very fine
1 tblsp
Butter milk 1/2 cup
Butter softened 2 tblsp
Salt 3/4 tsp
Sugar (fine grain) 1 tbslp
Baking soda 1/4 tsp
                                    *Bread flour can be replaced with maida, if you dont have.

Method

  1. Pre heat oven for 160 degree C. In a bowl, mix oats, flour, salt and baking soda well. In another bowl, place butter and sugar.1-oats
  2. With a hand blender or whisk, beat sugar and butter, to mix it well. Add finely chopped onion and coriander.2-oats
  3. Mix well again and then add half of the mixed flour and again mix well.3-oats
  4. Then add rest of the flour and knead with buttermilk. You may not need all the buttermilk, so carefully add towards end. The dough should be sticky and not dry with cracks.4-oats
  5. In a well floured space, roll out the dough with generous dusting to a thin sheet.5-oats
  6. Line a baking tray with parchment paper and carefully transfer the sheet of dough to it and prick with a fork here and there if you want. Draw lines and cut into desired shape (square or rectangle). You need not make the cut parts separate, just bake it as such. Bake at 160 deg. C for 30 minutes or until the crackers turn golden. In between once change the position of the tray.6-oats
Notes
    • You can replace coriander leaves with fresh dill leaves.
    • If you do not know what is buttermilk, beat 2 tblsp of thick curd/ plain yoghurt with one cup water and make buttermilk.
    • You can sprinkle kosher salt after the crackers are done/ while serving. If so, use lesser salt in the recipe.
    • Once you take out from the oven, the flour on the top will make it look so white, but after you brush it with butter, the golden colour will be there,So dont worry!
    • The original recipe method asked to prick the crackers here and there, I forgot to do.

            Brush with butter and when it is still warm, break the crackers as cut earlier. Cool down and enjoy your coffee/ tea time. So flavourful!

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60 comments:

  1. OMG ! Real flavored snack... Love to munch it during tea time...

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  2. They look perfect, love that beautiful golden color..

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  3. it would be lovely with a cup of chai...

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  4. nicely done crackers..I love homemade crackers..

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  5. Wow healthy n perfect tea time snack....

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  6. Can i substitute the bread flour with whole wheat flour?

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    1. You can try, but I am not sure about the texture. The buttermilk measure may vary.

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  7. wow.. I love it.. Looks yummy.. I love maska chaska biscuits.. I am gonna try n let u know .. thanks raks

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  8. Crunchy and lovely crackers.. Perfect pictures.. Love it :)

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  9. Feel like making it immediately but unfortunately I do not have bread flour :( will get soon and try this

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  10. It's look really delightful to me even the cookies is not photogenic as you said.. i keep the recipe & thanks for sharing dear..

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  11. When i read oats and savoury together, i decided I must have these. And as always with your posts the pictures make it easy to understand how to go about. Nice recipe and will be trying it soonest. I do not have bread flour, so may be I should attempt with plain flour.

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    1. +1111111111 on lataji Ur picture speaks everything
      raks shall we try with corn flour ? i am just concern about the maida !

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    2. Aparna, Corn flour I am not sure, I feel whole wheat flour may work.

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    3. Fine raks ! let me try !

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  12. Loved this recipe Raji. I am book marking this :)

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  13. Healthy & too tempting snack!!!! Bookmarked!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. This looks delish and something new way to have oats..

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  15. real yummy crunchy snack...

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  16. Tasty crunchy snack, cannot believe it has oats, nice illustrative clicks as usual.

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  17. great idea for a snack with oats. love it!

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  18. Looks crispy and yum ...gud one

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  19. Finding bread flour is tough...But nevertheless these looking absolutely tempting...

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  20. Healthy and crispy snack for tea time...Great recipe!

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  21. Lovely crackers.. looks crunchy.. must try ..

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  22. Perfect with a cup of tea,yummy crackers.

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  23. Woww.. looks super healthy and crispy snack.. pretty clicks too :)

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  24. Healthy snacks for grown up kids...

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  25. Those look crisp and perfect! Looks easy enough to try...

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  26. Excellent healthy crackers to munch with a cup of masala chai.

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  27. Tried this yesterday with whole wheat and maida mix. They were great! Thank you for all the wonderful recipes that you post. You simplify my meal planning - snack ideas for my son/ lunch/ dinner ..... there's everything.....Thanks again and looking forward to many many more.....

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    1. Thank you so much for the immediate try and feedback :)

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  28. oh my good!its tempting me to try...awesome idea,ur always rocking

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  29. A lovely way to consume oats. Amazing recipe. I will try it definitely. yummy.

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  30. healthy snack.. Love this will try soon

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  31. looks perfect..healthy crackers..
    http://foody-buddy.blogspot.com/

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  32. sounds healthy and delicious :)

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  33. Perfect tea time snack....)

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  34. Raks, i tried this on 28th itself..wen i saw this in dashboard, i was carving for this.. thankfully i had oats and maida with me.. it was amazing super duper..thanks dear :)

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  35. These crackers looks so delicious and they are healthy too!! Wonderful snaps!! http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/.

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  36. Anything with oats is a winner for me...sure will give a try. Looks very tempting to have a bite :)

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  37. Hi Raks,

    I have some questions ,
    I need to know the difference between baking powder and baking soda. I have baking powder with me.. can i substitute baking soda with baking powder in this recipe? If so what is the quantity??
    And if i am going to use wheat flour? will the above process and preparation be same for wheat flour too??
    Next is i have samsung microwave oven. I have three modes(Microwave,Grill,Combi(Grill+microwave) Can you tell me which will be the mode for doing this recipe?

    Sorry if these are too basic. Thanks in advance for spending some time for me...

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  38. This is a must try recipe - Next time rolled oats is the first thing in my grocery list:-)

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  39. Hi,
    I just stumbled on your blog and i ended up baking these.
    My changes - no sugar, a satchet each of pizza hut chilli flakes and oregano seasoning
    And they came out fabulous, just fabulous

    Thanks for a wonderful recipe. And i just love, love, love that you give step by step pictures. this is such a big help.

    Just a question, how did your crackers become so reddish orangish color. This looks wonderful. Mine were a pale whitish brown color. Tasty but your look better

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  40. Wonderful....
    They look so yummy....
    Please tell me alternative for butter...

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  41. Thanks for such a lovely recipe. I tried it and it was just perfect - so crispy :) I made in my MW oven in convection mode and it turned golden brown in 15 mins. Next time I plan to make it spicy without sugar as my 4yr old son doesn't prefer sweet. - Arthi

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  42. delicious... bookmarking it... you have explained it very well..
    Sowmya
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  43. Hi!
    Crackers looks lovely.Apt for a cup of chai! A must try recipe!

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  44. Hi,
    I like ur web very much and daily used to visit to ur web I love ur recipes
    mam may i do this oats recipe with normal quick oat can u pls reply me

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    1. No idea Saradha, but u can try in small amount and see. Careful with the water/buttermilk content

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    2. Can I substitute rolled oats with quaker oats
      ?thanx in advance....

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    3. You can try but at your own risk as I haven't tried. Probably the water should be less and texture may also change

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  45. Hi,

    Like this crakers but can I replace butter to vegetable oil? and can I don't add butter milk? I don't eat butter and butter milk

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  46. can I replace butter by vegetable oil? can I don't add butter milk?

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  47. U can use vegetabłe oil and try, but buttermilk is must for crispy texture

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  48. hey
    love ur recipes. thanks for posting em.. but i wanted to know what exactly is bread flour? i dont get it readymade here.. and can i use quick oats instead of rolled ones?

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    1. The liquid quantity may vary and the texture too. But you can just try a little bit and see.

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