1 teaspoon of curry
powder (or garlic/onion powder)
1 large chili pepper (with seeds removed)
Combine all of the ingredients listed above in a food processor. Mix the combination of ingredients until you have a sticky dough material.
Preheat oven only on the warm temperature.
Spread a large piece oo wax paper your counter Spread the mixture on the sheet, or multiple sheets, Use a rolling pin to smooth out the mixture. If you press with
your hands your crackers will most likely be thicker in some spots than others. Get the mixture as thin as you can without it being so think you can see the wax paper through it.
Sometimes I use a sheet of wax paper over top of my mixture
to roll out easier. and other times I use some hemp protein powder like you would regular flour on the rolling pin.
Place the sheets on a cooking tray and place in the oven
Remove the sheets from your oven or your dehydrator and use
a knife to score lines across the surface. Flip the sheets over and place the tray back in your oven or dehydrator for another 8 hours. Letting them dehydrate for a longer period will make them crunchier but it will take almost all day.
pulp crackers will be differant according to what type of fruits and vegetables you have juiced.
CARROT PULP CRACKERS
1 cup almonds, soaked overnight, rinsed, and drained
2 cups firmly packed carrot pulp
ground flax seed
1 tablespoon ground chia seeds
1 tablespoon coconut aminos
1 teaspoon no-salt seasoning
½ teaspoon red pepper flakes
1 tablespoon dried onion
½ teaspoon smoked paprika
3 saffron threads (optional)
2 cups water
Place almonds in a food processor and process on high until broken into medium crumbles.
Add carrot pulp, ground flax seed, ground chia seeds, coconut
aminos, no-salt seasoning, red pepper flakes, dried onion, smoked paprika, and saffron threads (optional). Pulse ingredients to combine and then turn the processor on high, pouring in the water through the feeder tube. Add enough water that ingredients form
a pourable dough.
Divide the dough between two Teflex-lined dehydrator trays. Use an offset spatula to spread thinly. Dehydrate at 125 degrees for 2 hours. Use a knife to score the dough into cracker shapes and dehydrate for 8 hours at 115 degrees.
Break the dough into crackers, flip, and bake for 6-8 more hours at 115 degrees.
Store crackers in an air-tight container for up to 5-7 days.