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Sorghum Flatbread and Oyster Crackers
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Recipe Created By: Melanie Carver
1/2 cup sweet sorghum flour
3/4 cup tapioca starch
1/3 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 1/2 Tbsp margarine
1 Tbsp oil
1/2 cup water (divided)
Stir together dry ingredients. Then cut in cold margarine until mixed well throughout.
Then stir in oil.
Then slowly start adding water, 2 tablespoons at a time, and knead the dough by hand for 10 minutes. If needed, add an additional 2 tablespoons sorghum flour to get the dough to the correct consistency. It should form a ball, and be dry, soft, and smooth, but not be sticky.
Heat a frying pan (do not oil it) on medium heat. Take small portions of dough, and roll them into balls in your hands. Then press them to about 1/4" thickness. (Two plates may be used to press them evenly.) Heat each piece of dough for about 5 minutes per side to make pita bread.
Alternatively, cut the pressed dough into small pieces and bake them in a pre-heated 350 degree F. oven for 15 minutes to make crackers.
Store in a sealed container. The next day, they are fine to slice open in the middle like little pita pocket breads.
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