It's school holiday now, thus I don't have much time to do baking in the kitchen.
My son going to sit for his first exam soon. It's pretty hard to explain to a 6yo boy what is EXAM and why he should take it seriously or at least not-so-playful during the 15 minutes exam. I tried not to give him more pressure, so the way to make me feel better besides stressing him to do more practice is to make some food with blessing. Wish him good luck and hopefully everything goes well in his exam.
Initially, I planned to make a very quick cheddar crackers. Mix the ingredients, pipe out and bake! Sounds very simple and indeed it's simple. However, my 10 minutes preparation + 15 minutes baking time has turned out to be 2 hours after my boy joined me in the making. While I'm piping the batter, he came to the kitchen and took over the job. Then, he extended his 'playtime' in my kitchen by baking another batch of cheddar crackers with shaping.
|The 2nd batch of Crunchy Cheddar Cheese Crackers made by my 6yo son. |
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Sounds like I'm going to get mad? No, I'm not! We had fun in the kitchen and enjoyed every moment working together to make these super tasty snack that filled with love and joy! :)
110g Cheddar Cheese (Blend in a food processor)
1 cup Flour
1/2 tsp Salt
1/4 tsp Curry Powder
1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
85g Unsalted Butter (cold, cubes)
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1. In a bowl, combine all ingredients (except butter) with fingers. Add in cold butter.
2. The dough is very sticky and a little runny at this point. Transfer to a piping bag.
3. Pipe out the batter on a lined baking tray.
4. Gently press to flatten for crispier crackers.
5. Bake in a preheated oven 180'C for 15 minutes.
These crackers are very crispy. Keep in an air tight container for up to 5 days.
Here's a video to show the texture of these crackers.
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