Salted Black Pepper Cracker

These are my very first batch of homemade crackers. I never knew it was so easy to make. Just with some simple ingredients, you'll be able to enjoy freshly baked 'RITZ' crackers. Oh yes, what is better than homemade crackers! It does taste exactly like one of those 'RITZ' crackers..... but with my fancy flavouring. Isn't that fun!

Ingredients :
150gm all purpose flour
1/4 tspn baking soda
3/4 tspn yeast
50gm margarine
60ml milk
1/2 tbsp crashed black pepper

Method :
(1) combine all ingredients in a big mixing bowl.
(2) stir to form a dough and keep kneading till you get a smooth dough.



(3) once the dough is ready, roll out flat as thin as possible.
(4) shape the dough as desired and place them to baking tray.
(5) leave to rest for 10 mins and sprinkle a dash of salt over the top.
(6) finally, bake at preheated oven 200'C for 10-15 mins (according to size) or untill brown.
(7) keep them into air tight container once they're cooled completely.

You'll have whole lot to feed if your triple the recipe. The best thing was you're feeding your family something fresh and good, without any preservatives and with your own favourite flavours as well. How cool is that! This is a quickie recipe, so there's nothing to hesitate about. Enjoy & have lots of fun! Well, kids are welcome to join in the fun.

Comments

  1. The crackers look and sound wonderful. Making my own crackers has been on my "list" for a long time. It's so hard to find crackers without a long list of "weird" ingredients... I'm bookmarking this post! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. This recipe sounds easy as you say and they look delicious. I have bookmarked this one. Thanks. Happy Easter. Diane

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  3. wow homemade crackers now this is impressive nice job!

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  4. Totally impressive - and love the flavor!

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  5. I, too have been meaning to play with cracker recipes - but bless you Kristy - you really. They do look like tasty little morsels!

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  6. I can'r believe these are your first batch...WOW! I am so impressed, never tried myself but though about it. I am such a chicken, lol

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  7. Looks good! How much black pepper did you add into the dough? ;)

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  8. Kristy, thanks for this recipe! Looks relaly good! I had been meaning to bake some crackers myself - what a great timing! :-)

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  9. Wow, nice! Perfect if eat with a cup of hot coffee! =)

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  10. The recipe and the ingredients are really simple. Can bake anytime! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Cool and the ingredients are pretty simple too! Is this crispy and crunchy? The biscuits itself look pretty like doughnut?!

    I'll love to giv it a try!^^

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  12. Yum! The added flavor DOES sound so good...

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  13. Simple recipe with great results! Thanks for sharing, booking this:D

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  14. Cool and loving this simple recipe, i shall give it a try too! Thanks for the recipe!
    Happy Easter to you and your family.

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  15. 这个味道很分明吧??
    我是重口味的....我想适合我:P

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  16. Oh you are right, Kristy, looking at the recipe, making these crackers are indeed quite easy. I guess most of us took it for granted since it's so easily accessible and too expensive. But home made is definitely more delicious! Thanks for sharing this, will make some with cheese flavor for my kids, since they love a good cheese crackers. :)

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  17. I love making crackers :D I've only made crackers once, which didn't work out (though that was more my fault than the recipe's) but they were still pretty awesome! haha.... Yours look really good! They puffed up quite a lot too :D I think I'll have to try making them again sometime!

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  18. I love the use crushed black pepper for this home made crackers....look delicious!
    Happy Easter!

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  19. Interesting cream crackers. My family likes black pepper so I've bookmarked this recipe, thanks for sharing :)

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  20. This is so interesting with black pepper in the crackers. I think I'm going to make too!

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  21. hi, thanks so much for sharing this cos i think i hardly came across recipes for these crackers. I had so much of these when i was little..this also can be quite addictive! oh dear, you make them sound so easy!

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  22. Your crackers look superb. I can hear the crunch all the way to US :)

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  23. Hey, those look great daaaaahling, nice and crispy crunchy!
    *kisses* HH

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  24. In fact, it look very crunchy and good .

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  25. Love the idea of homemade Ritz crackers. I'll have to give it a try.

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  26. love homemade crackers anytime! :) Great with the black pepper too

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  27. Très réussis, ces biscuits. Bravo!!
    See soon.

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  28. Andrea : Oh my, hope you will love this. Theser's one thing I wanted to remind of...is do roll your dough really thin if you want a better result.

    Diane : You too! Have fun.

    Claudia : Thank you, darling!

    Belinda : Just too bad, you can't join me for this!

    Claudia : There's still more I wanted to play with. *sigh*

    Alisha : I was about the same too! But I finally beat the fear and did it.

    CaThy : Sorry, it's 1/2 tbsp or you can reduce it if you prefer lighter flavour.

    Kumi : You're welcome. Hope you will enjoy it & have fun!

    Hayley : I prefer ice blended please! ha..

    Vivian : Hi there, welcome to my humble little space. Glad you like it too. Have fun! Hope to hear from you more often.

    Alice : They are more to crunchy side but soda crackers are crispy. But I still think it's not 100% perfect yet. See if I have time to motify it.

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  29. That is the best thing about making it yourself...you know what goes into it. The worst thing is...you have to eat it all up before it goes bad. :D

    Your crackers look wonderful, and again you show us that we can do it too! Thanks!

    Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!

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  30. Indie : Thank you. Hope you'll like it too.

    Jeannie : Have fun, dear!

    WaiKitt : You're welcome. Enjoy & have fun!

    Blue wale : Yeap, me too!

    Bee : Yeap, still you'll get bored with the food out there. Human being is never had enough. We always looking forward for something new & great.

    Von : haha... Never mind, you'll get use to it!

    Sutapa : You too, dear. Enjoy!

    Blessed Homemaker : Hope you'll like it!

    Anncoo : Have fun!

    Lena : You're welcome! Hope you will like it & have fun.

    Elra : haha... thanks!

    HH : Thank you, darling!

    Sonia : Thanks alot!

    Barbara : Enjoy & have fun!

    Jen : I enjoyed it very much. I'm going to make more.

    Nadji : Merci! Glad you like it too.

    Thank you everyone for visiting & spending your time here with me on this special weekend. Hope you're all having a terrific day.

    And wishing you all a very Happy Easter Day! Have fun!

    Blessings, Kristy

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  31. Lyndz : yeah, that's the only problem! But this recipe is just meant for 2 persons, lasted for a day or two. That it! If there're kids at home. It probably only last for hours! Ha.... You too, have a wonderful weekend, dear.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  32. Kristy, I've tag u in an Easter Game @ 5 Recipes To Celebrate Easter!! Pls come & join in the party :)
    Happy Easter!

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  33. Drooling. I am seriously drooling!!!! I cannot WAIT to make these.

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  34. hi kristy, just realised that you've been tagged by ann for the easter game. anyway, you also got my invitation at my blog. Try to join if you can!

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  35. these crackers look so crunchy!!Kristy, also to let you know that you've been invited for the easter party@5 recipes to celebrate easter. try to join if you can..

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  36. I would love to make home made "Ritz" crackers, Kristy. Yours looks quite inspiring. I'm saving this recipe for "someday."

    Thank you so much for sharing...Wishing you and yours a wonderful Easter:)

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  37. Lovely crackers ... i can't wait to try them out!

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  38. I am so unfortunately not a fan of pepper...however the natural puff these cookies turned out is impressive. I'm taking this down to tweak it pepper-less just for me ;o) Hope this doesn't offend you ;)

    Flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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