Thursday, October 9, 2014

Chickpea Crackers with Sesame Seeds

Crackers, this biscuits are easy to bake with simple ingredients, actually crackers can be enjoyed just like that or else topped with cream cheese. Depending upon anyone's tastebuds, you can enjoy this incredible biscuits with many different dips as well. For this month's  Home Baker's Challenge, a monthly baking event where we bake varieties of baked goodies every month and this event is hosted by a guest host every month. This month am hosting this baking event and i picked crackers as this month's theme. I have picked couple of this biscuits and i tried my hands with Champa's Chickpea crackers. Actually her version was without seeds, but i couldnt resist myself to add black sesame seeds, flaxmeal and loved it to the core.

Chickpea crackers with sesame seeds

These crackers are seriously very easy to make with ingredients available in our pantry.The best part of this crackers are they are prepared without butter, obviously these crackers are vegan friendly, egg free and butter free. You can munch these dangerously addictive crackers happily without any guilt.Also not to forget, that these crackers goes for Indian spice powder aka chilly powder.To make this crackers most interesting, i also added a tablespoon of flaxmeal. We loved it so munch and trust me these crackers gets vanished very quickly than you can imagine.

Chickpeas crackers, vegan chickpea crackers

Recipe Source: Champa
1+1/2cup All purpose flour
1/2cup Gram flour/chickpea flour/besan
2tsp Sugar
1/2tsp Salt
1tsp Chilly powder
6tbsp Olive oil
4tbsp Water
1tbsp Flaxmeal
2tbsp Sesame seeds

Preheat the oven to 170F. Line a baking tray with a baking sheet and keep aside.

Mix all the ingredients except the water. Slowly add the water and turn everything as a douh

Roll the dough on a floured surface, as a very thin dish.

Cut the dough with cookie cutter and transfer it to the prepared baking sheet.

Bake for 10minutes, then turn the pan and bake for 5-7minutes.

Let the crackers cool completely.

Store in an air tightened box.


  1. wow crackers look really crunchy. Yummy.

  2. LOVE THESE crunchy crackers .My daughter would def love this

  3. Semma ! Saaku thuni la kooda creativity panra oru aal, neenga thaan ponga !

  4. This one is so simple and yet so healthy !!! Never thot of putting chickpeas into crackers :)

  5. Lovely looking crackers! I can munch on them the whole day!

  6. tasty crackers.. Can u pls. pass me those crackers?

  7. These chickpea crackers look so tempting.. Very addictive..

  8. absolutely healthy snack...impressing ka...

  9. Hi priya,I like ur blog very much. I hav tried ur vegan pineapple muffins,the result was so good,that it vanished in no time.thanks,nice crackers,will try out soon.(can we do this in wheat flour,have u tried)

  10. I was planning to skip this challenge but your crackers are really tempting me... let me see if I can manage to make this over this weekend...

  11. I thought I missed the posting date again! Even I made these crackers but without the sesame and flax meal

  12. wow! a yummy and crispy treat!
    Look perfect!

  13. Perfect for tea time. they look like mathris.

  14. crackers look so good. I still have to bake mine.

  15. Thank a lot for ur feedback..Y not, please do try with wheat flour and do let me know...@Jayanthi Sindhiya

  16. irrésistible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    bonne soirée

  17. hai priya...
    since i do not have flaxmeal can i substitute with apf/whole wheat flour ? tempting and easy 2 fix recipe. i will try and let u know.

  18. Love this kind of savory crackers, this sounds perfect to me..will try it soon :)

  19. @Valli, Just skip it,no need to substitute with apf or whole wheat flour. Hope this helps.

  20. Perfectly made wheat crackers. Love to much them with my chai.


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