Brown Rice Tortillas Crackers. Food for life, brown rice tortillas are moist, delicious and easy to use. They are high in fiber and protein and have no sugar or wheat. These tortillas are gluten-free and kosher.
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Ingredients of Brown Rice Tortillas Crackers
- Prepare 1 of Egg White.
- It’s 3 of Brown Rice Tortillas.
- Prepare 1 Tbsp of Bibi Blend II, or any herb ground mix of your choice.
- Prepare of Sea Salt.
- Prepare of Optional: 1 Tps Grounded Kale Chips.
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Brown Rice Tortillas Crackers instructions
- Preheat oven while prepping, at 325F convection oven (350F regular oven).
- Beat the egg white with 1 tps of water and brush both side of the tortillas..
- Generously sprinkle herb blend and sea salt. Rub on all sides before tortillas dry..
- Cut tortillas into 2 inch strips.
- Place on parchment paper so pieces do not touch..
- Bake in convention oven at 325F for 10 min..
- Open oven to let humidity out and move things around..
- Bake for another 5 min. or until golden brown by adding 2 min. increments..
- Let cool out on the pan for 5 min. while the rest of the humidity continues to evaporate, for perfect golden crunchy crackers. Serve with tomato basil 'cashew cheese'.
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