First recipe on pabular, gotta make it a good and easy one!
I fell in love with this swede a few years ago, and she lived with a fabulous Swedish guy Viktor who is a eagle in the kitchen (danish expression for good Cooks) - Loving to bake, cook and what not. His mothers sister unfortunately became ill with cancer, and to do everything she could in fighting for her Life, she wanted to improve her natural defense via her diet. She edited crispy-bread recipes into her own recipe with good and healthy nutrional value - and excellent taste, and of course Viktor adopted it, and through him, and my girlfriend I came to love this crispy bread..
It's named Viktors Knäcke.
QUICK VERSION: MIX, FLATTEN, OVEN.
You mix it all, starting with seeds and cornmeal, and then the oil and boiling water. Make sure to stir it thoroughly to get that dough a nice texture.
Put it on a baking pan! (you can decide if you want thick-crispy bread and only use 1, but for a more light version to go with tapas, make it thin and divide the dough on two baking pans).
Now here's a trick for making flat and thin crispy bread; Use Another paper, to cover, and spread the (still warm) dough out with your hands.. Make sure it has a fairly even thickness, so that it won't get burned in the thinnest of areas.
If you want to have squared crispy breads - cut the dough with a knife to make lines for breaking it up. I mostly prefer the giant version, which you are able to break off various sizes, and more rustic feel to the bread's shape.
Put it in the oven for 50-60 minutes preheated (or 65-70 not heated), untill a nice golden crust comes. To get an even more crustier crusty crust - just turn off the oven here, and keep the crispy bread inside the oven untill Cold.
Enjoy as tapas with cheese, snack with butter, or as bread for the soup - Viktor's cancer-knäckere has a lot of uses, and I have to warn you - it's addictive and you just want one more bite...
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