Oregano Cracker *Vegetarian/Vegan. These vegan Pizza Crackers contain dried oregano and tomato paste that gives them a typical pizza flavor. I've made these vegan & gluten-free crackers with chickpea flour, which is often also called besan flour or garbanzo flour, and added black sesame seeds. All you need is almond flour, olive oil, dried herbs, salt, and water.
Sei es als Knusperei zu Salaten, mit Avocadoscheiben belegt oder mit. GLUTEN-FREE AND VEGETARIAN: Our Oregano Oil is gluten free and vegetarian, made from plant-derived capsules. It also contains no sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, corn, dairy products, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. You can have Oregano Cracker *Vegetarian/Vegan using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Oregano Cracker *Vegetarian/Vegan
- Prepare 500 gr of plain flour.
- You need 1/2 tsp of salt.
- You need 1 of egg.
- It’s 3 tbsp of margarine.
- It’s 1 tbsp of oregano.
- It’s 1 cup of water.
- It’s of Cooking oil for deep frying.
You can make pesto out of just about any herb. Basil is the traditional way to go and I love using lemon basil from my garden to give it a twist. I made this tonight with cashews instead of pecans and added a little veggie broth. Mashed potatoes replace cream sauce and ground lentils replace lamb in a casserole that serves a crowd.
Oregano Cracker *Vegetarian/Vegan step by step
- Mix plain flour with salt, oregano, egg, and margarine in a big bowl..
- Gradually pour water until the dough doesnt stick to the bowl.
- Roll the dough 1.5 cm thickness, cut them into small rectangle, make a short line the middle of the the rectangle, put ont of the side into the short holeand pull it from the other side..
- Pre-heat cooking oil, fry the shapped dough until turns golden and put it in the drainer to drain the oil.
- Keep it in the container or jar to preserve, you can eat ghem for snacking anytime you want..
Almost any fresh herb will taste great in place of the thyme and oregano in this recipe, but don't use rosemary—it's too strong. Oregano is closely related to marjoram. It is characteristic of many Greek dishes (particularly lamb) and in the UK is often sprinkled liberally on pizzas. Oregano grows easily in well protected areas in the UK. Agh, just realized I must sound like a troll!