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Swedish Multi-seed crispbread – Fröknäckebröd
Swedish Multi-seed crispbread – Fröknäckebröd
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Swedes really love their crispbread and you can find them in many styles and shapes in all grocery stores. This homemade healthy crispbread is very easy and fast to prepare. It is so good, so you don’t even need to have butter or cheese on it. You can have it as breakfast bread or as an afternoon snack.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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35 gr Linseed
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35 gr Sesame seeds
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40 gr Sunflower seeds
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40 gr Pumpkin seeds
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35 gr Chia seeds
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180 gr Corn flour
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50 ml Olive oil
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250 ml Water
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1 tablespoon Flake salt
Oven temperature:
150 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 150 degrees Celsius.
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Place a baking papers on 2 baking sheets.
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Mix the seeds, flour and olive oil in a bowl.
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Pour the water in a casserole and let it boil. Pour it in the bowl with the seeds and mix well.
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Divide the batter in 2 and flatten it out over the baking papers so it becomes very thin.
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Place in the middle of the oven 1 baking sheet at the time for 1 hour. Take out the first crispbread and sprinkle half of the flake salt evenly on the bread. Repeat this step with the second bread.
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Let the crispbreads cool down and break in big pieces before serving it.
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