Basil, Walnut and Pecorino Crackers

Skip sweet cookies one day and put your baking prowess to work whipping up these salty, crunchy crackers.
By Zita Nagy
Basil, Walnut and Pecorino CrackersBasil, Walnut and Pecorino Crackers

Basil, Walnut and Pecorino Crackers
 
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Skip sweet cookies one day and put your baking prowess to work whipping up these salty, crunchy crackers.
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Recipe Type: Baking
Ingredients
  • 150 g white spelt flour
  • 100 g cold butter, diced
  • 100 g pecorino cheese, grated
  • 10-15 lemon basil leaves, chopped
  • 3 tablespoons walnut, roughly chopped
  • 1 teaspoon salt
Instructions
  1. In a bowl crumble the cold butter with the flour. Add salt, cheese, basil and walnut. Mix everythig together until incorporated. Divide the dough into half and transfer each of them to clingfilm and shape into logs (10-12 cm long, 3-4 cm diameter). Wrap well and place in the fridge until hard, at least 1 hour.
  2. Meanwhile preheat the oven to 170C (325F) and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Unwrap the logs and cut crosswise into 5 mm thick slices. Arrange the crackers on the prepared pan. Bake the crackers until golden brown on the edges and lighter in the centre (for about 15 minutes). Transfer to a wire rack and let cool completely. The crackers will keep in an airtight container in cool dry place for up to 10 days.

Zita Nagy

Zita's love for cookbooks and delicious food started at the age of 9. Whenever she went home from school her little brother and she would wait for mom to make dinner for them. Until the dinner was ready, she was turning the pages back and forth and was staring at photographs of amazingly looking dishes in mom's cookbooks to kill her appetite somehow. She couldn't have known then, that she would be collecting cookbooks after reaching adulthood and would still be, just like in her childhood, staring at awesome photos of delicious dishes. The only difference is that she does the cooking now. She loves traveling, going to the organic market and browsing foodblogs. Her vegetarian food and travelblog is Zizi's Adventures.

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