These come together very easily in a bowl. The only key is to get them as thin as possible for that really great crunch. These keep exceptionally well in a airtight container - at least two weeks.
You will need
1 medium bowl
1 tray lined with non stick paper
Makes at least 24
150g rye flour (I like Doves) plus a wee bit extra for dusting
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tablespoon of dried and crushed seaweed - dulse, bladderwrack, channel wrack, pepperdulse, gutweed - plus a litte extra for sprinkling on top
1 tsp brown sugar
15g melted butter or oil
90ml cold water
For the topping
Flaky sea salt
Preheat your oven to 200. Mix together all of the ingredients salt until thoroughly bound together. It should make a pleasantly firm dough not too dry or wet. It is totally ok to add a little more water or flour to get this texture. Divide into four and wrap three pieces up to stop drying out. Roll out the piece of dough until thin as possible and cut into your desired shape. Brush the top with a little egg white and sprinkle over a little salt and seaweed. Bake for 8-10 minutes - if your crackers are a little bigger this might need a couple more minutes. They should be slightly browned at the edges. Allow to cool completely before putting into a airtight container. These are awesome with any cheese or humous.