Oatmeal pepper crackers

oatmeal-pepper crackers

I had mentioned that a pastry crust should be so delicious on its own that you can make it into crackers. Well, I had some oatmeal-peppercorn crust leftover, so I did just that! Light and crispy – worth mixing up a whole batch of dough just for these.

Here’s Johnny Flynn’s Leftovers, to listen to as you make them.
Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit – Leftovers

Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface. 1/8 to 1/4″ should do it. Slice a diamond pattern into them with a knife or pizza cutter. Sprinkle some course salt and some more pepper on the top. Transfer to a baking tray (lightly buttered!) and cook at 350 for about 15 minutes, or until they start to turn brown and crispy. They’ll crisp up more as they cool.

2 thoughts on “Oatmeal pepper crackers

  1. I’ve just seen Johnny Flynn on stage in the West End in the returning production of “Jerusalem” – very good he was too (although not as good as Mark Rylance, who was AMAZING!).

    Great blog, Claire! Lovely stuff…


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