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Seedy Pickle Juice Cracker Sticks


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Crispy, aromatic and delicious gluten free cracker sticks that pair well with dips (I love it with homemade wild garlic pesto), soups or salads. You can also enjoy these healthy snacks by themselves whenever you need a quick pick-me-up. Instead of tossing your pickle juice out, put it to good use in this delicious cracker recipe. It adds a very pleasant briny flavour to the crackers. You can use water instead, but increase the salt to 1 teaspoon.

  • 135 g Sunflower seeds
  • 85 g Pepitas
  • 100 g Chia seeds
  • 30 g Sesame seeds
  • 2 tbsp Dukkah, optional
  • 1 tbsp Nutritional yeast, optional
  • 1/4 tsp Sea salt
  • 1 tbsp Dill
  • 1 tsp Cayenne pepper
  • 200 ml Pickle juice
  • 100 ml Water
before bakingafter baking
  1. Measure all dry ingredients and place them together in a mixing bowl. Heat the pickle juice and water in a saucepan until warm. Add to the seeds. Set aside, stirring occasionally, for 20 minutes or until liquid is absorbed.
  2. Preheat oven to 140C/285F fan-forced. Line a large baking tray with baking paper.
  3. Spoon the mixture onto prepared tray, spreading until 4-5mm-thick. Cut into 1 cm wide x 12cm long sticks with a pizza cutter. Bake for 1 hour or until golden and crisp. Cool completey on tray before separating them into sticks. Store the cracker sticks in a an airtight container for up to a week.

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34 comments:

Iwona 18/4/21 07:30

Looks great. I love your recipe :)

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beyondkimchee 18/4/21 09:01

That looks so crunchy and yummy. You are so creative with your recipes. Love this one as well.

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Natalia 18/4/21 09:40

They look so pretty! Very healthy, yum :)

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bread&salt 18/4/21 11:20

Sesame seeds, sesame sauce (tahini) are very useful for health and we use them alot. I am sure that this seeds pickle juice cracker sticks snack is delicious. I am sure that sesame seeds adds an amazing taste to sticks. Thanks Angie! I got recipe.

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DEZMOND 18/4/21 13:14

I'm loving that little green pot, such a cute colour. So unusual that pickle juice goes inside it!

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Martha 18/4/21 13:19

These look so delicious Angie. I wish I could reach in and grab a few for breakfast!

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New Classic r 18/4/21 13:31

These look like cocktail hour to me. Super recipe.

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Tom 18/4/21 13:34

..what an interesting snack!

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Pedro 18/4/21 13:42

Delicious snacks! I want to have them!!!!
Original trick to use the juice of the pickles.
Nice Sunday!

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yonosoymillenium 18/4/21 14:25

te han quedado perfectas, parecen compradas, que pasada

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Brian 18/4/21 17:15

Those really are interesting. I've never seen those but we'd sure give them a try!

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Kitchen Riffs 18/4/21 17:39

Such a nice idea. Perfect with dips! Or just to munch on naked (the cracker stick, I mean, not the eater!). Good stuff -- thanks.

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 18/4/21 20:23

those sound delicious the taste of pickles and vinegar so with the sesame and crunch these sound unique and really intriguing!

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 18/4/21 21:54

The more seeds, the better! These are perfect for snacking...though I'd probably eat way too many :)

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J.P. Alexander 19/4/21 03:33

Gracias por la receta se muy nutritiva. Te mando un beso

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Nancy Chan 19/4/21 07:29

Looks yummy and healthy.

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speedy70 19/4/21 08:42

Queste le rubo, grazie della ricetta!!!

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Nammi 19/4/21 09:11

love eating crackers, very curious about the taste with the pickle juice in it.

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Tanza Erlambang 19/4/21 13:45

seedy crackers sound appealing... I wish to try it.

Have a great day

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foodtravelandwine 19/4/21 15:58

What a great idea!!....crunchy and healthy!!....I love the idea to have crackers gluten free for friends to enjoy!!....lovely recipe!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Pam 19/4/21 17:45

I could go for these, they look and sound delicious! Love the taste of pickles and with the seeds, awesome! Great pics, as usual, Angie!

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Marissa 19/4/21 22:31

These cracker sticks are fabulous, Angie. Love all of that seedy texture and crunch.

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Mae Travels 19/4/21 23:15

It seems miraculous that the cracker dough would stick together without anything but seeds to bind it. Looks delicious, though maybe rather high in calories.

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 19/4/21 23:19

So unusual with the pickle juice and I love the sound and look of them!

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Chef Mimi 19/4/21 23:29

Wow. First of all, i just love your photos. They’re so colorful! But these crackers! With pickle juice?! I’m so intrigued!

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Sherry's Pickings 20/4/21 08:33

these look very healthy. i must try nutritional yeast one day.

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Eva Taylor 20/4/21 13:41

That is simple genius! I’ve never thought to add it to crackers. I have brined chicken in it and it was good, but these seedy crackers are OTT!
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Raymund 21/4/21 05:44

I think that would be great with hummus too

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Easyfoodsmith 21/4/21 15:02

These look insanely delicious and healthy of course :)

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tigerfish 21/4/21 23:00

Nothing comes to waste. Clever use of pickle juice for the crackers :)

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mjskit 22/4/21 01:01

What an enjoyable way to get some protein! Love these seedy crackers.

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