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elaine, I've also had good success using a pizelle (or Krumkake) iron to
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Posted to Thread #29854 at 7:10 pm on Sep 13, 2017
press them flat rather than slice/bake. You end up with a very thin crispy cracker.
You do have to wipe down the iron after each pressing because the butter exudes out. But oh, the heavenly crispiness of these things...
NOTE: Totally avoid this method if you have a cholesterol test due any time in the near future because you won't be able to stop eating them.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 29854. Here's another request - I am looking for a recipe for Peppery Cheddar coins that was in the old - elaine - 3:07pm on 09/12/17 (11)
- These are what we call "cheese straws" in the South, even when not made into - Charley - 3:14pm on 09/12/17
- I believe she is looking for something like this Gretchen [LINK] - CathyZ from Kauai - 3:45pm on 09/12/17
- Those are nice. I'd rather slice from a log and bake personally. That is also nice - Charley - 4:31pm on 09/12/17
- elaine, I have one for coins that has cayenne in it. Does that sound familiar? [NT] - MarilynFL - 8:51pm on 09/12/17
- Here you go. Got to the thread by plugging in 48301-48400 to a thread url I knew [LINK] - Pat-NoCal - 9:28pm on 09/12/17
- and here's one I posted a while back for Cheddar Cheese Crackers [NT] [LINK] - Pat-NoCal - 9:30pm on 09/12/17
- WOW! The Wayback Machine to the rescue. Good sleuthing, PatCal! [NT] - wigs - 3:41pm on 09/13/17
- These are good.... Savoury Shortbread - Sylvia - 10:49am on 09/13/17
- Here are two more... - Sylvia - 10:53am on 09/13/17
- First of all so many thanks for all your input. I am going to be in the kitchen from now until - elaine - 6:21pm on 09/13/17
- elaine, I've also had good success using a pizelle (or Krumkake) iron to - MarilynFL - 7:10pm on 09/13/17