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Fruit and Nut Sourdough Crackers

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I finally got around to making these having seen the recipe over a year ago! They’re delicious 🙂 I used apricots and raisins for the fruit, and walnuts, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, and golden linseeds for the nutty seedy side of things. Would probably use a little more salt next time.

I baked them in muffin tins with liners as I didn’t have a mini loaf tin. I got 21 muffins, but could have filled the tins more – wasn’t sure how much they’d rise! And the muffin liners I used stuck to the baked loaves. I’m not sure if this is due to the bready mixture, or if it’s a problem with the liners – I wish I’d sprayed them with olive oil first! Anyway, they’re disappearing fast, so I’ll be able to try another batch soon 🙂

Selma's Table

Cape TownHello from gorgeous Cape Town! I’m here for a wedding but wanted to share these fabulous crackers with you.

Fruit and Nut Sourdough Crackers | Selma's TableWhenever I dry any sourdough starter, I always test some before sending it out or storing it. This recipe is just perfect for using up the test batch as it makes about a cup.

Fruit and Nut Sourdough Crackers | Selma's Table Rehydrated sourdough starter

The artisan crackers are just delicious – on their own or with cheese and also make the most gorgeous gift too.

Fruit and Nut Sourdough Crackers | Selma's TableFruit and Nut Sourdough Crackers | Selma's TableFruit and Nut Sourdough Crackers | Selma's TableMake sure to pre soak the dried fruit before starting. I used water but next time I will soak them in strong black tea or port.

Fruit and Nut Sourdough Crackers | Selma's Table

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Author: FarmerFi

I'm a British doctor who married an Aussie, moved to Tasmania, and bought an olive grove. Now making extra virgin olive oil and olive leaf tea. I'd love you to join my adventures in the beautiful setting of Southern Tasmania.

4 thoughts on “Fruit and Nut Sourdough Crackers

  1. I made something similar a few years back, did not record the recipe, so I am grateful to have a new tried and tested one. I look forward to trying them.

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  2. Dear Fi, recipe sounds delicious! Hope you’re having a great time in Cape Town! Let’s catch up soon 🌞

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