[Foldable solar cooker] Recipe – Mediterranean Gressins

Sun recipe – Mediterranean Gressins

A very simple gluten-free solar recipe, to be served as an aperitif with a lemony avocado purée. Breadsticks can be prepared several days in advance.

For a dozen breadsticks
Preparation: 20 min – Cooking time : 1 h 30 in the solar oven


  • 90 g buckwheat hulls
  • 70 g sun-dried tomatoes in oil
  • 120 g brown rice flour
  • 20 g starch (cornstarch, potato starch, etc.)
  • 1 c. to c. baking powder
  • 1⁄2 c. to c. salt
  • 1 c. to s. powdered thyme
  • 2 c. to s. olive oil
  • 100 ml water
  • 1 c. to c. agave syrup (or other liquid sugar)


  1. Preheat the solar cooker.
  2. Blend the buckwheat in a blender to obtain fresh flour.
  3. Blend the tomatoes to obtain a coarse purée.
  4. Mix the rice flour, freshly ground buckwheat flour, cornflour, baking powder, salt and thyme powder.
  5. Add oil, water and agave syrup. Mix with your fingertips until you obtain a smooth, non-sticky ball. Add a little cornflour if the dough is too sticky.
  6. Take a small ball of dough and roll it out on a floured work surface, using your hands, until it forms a 1 cm thick sausage. Continue until the dough is used up.
  7. Place the breadsticks in the bottom of your oiled and floured (preferably black) cooking pot. Bake for about 1 h 30.
  8. To ensure they dry properly, continue cooking with the lid ajar for a further half-hour.
  9. Enjoy once the breadsticks have cooled. Serve as an aperitif with a lemony avocado purée.

Find this solar recipe in Sarah Bienaimé‘s superb book

Cuissons Alternatives – 40 vegan and gluten-free recipes for cooking differently
Publisher: Alternatives

Forget the microwave.
Forget the plancha.
Put away the deep fryer.

This recipe book celebrates alternative cooking: gentle, healthy and delicious.
In our super-equipped and hyper-connected kitchens, the worktop takes on the air of science fiction while common sense takes a turn for the worse.
Overpriced cooking utensils, lengthy instructions, systematic dependence on fossil fuels, premature obsolescence…the rag is burning!
Simplicity, cleverness, a little organization, utensils that last a lifetime, some to make yourself, very simple cooking techniques, delicious recipes… here in a few words is the program this recipe book.
Cooking in pottery, with solar energy, on the wood stove, with steam, with a little hot water, in a Norwegian pot… and even “no cooking” at all! Nothing is too beautiful.
And since good news never comes alone, we will cook without meat or animal products, we will discover some extraordinary spices, we will give up gluten, we will enjoy the sun, and we will invite all our friends to dinner.

Be happy!
Sarah Bienaimé
Author and consultant in vegan and gluten-free cooking

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