[Box solar oven] Recipe: Sourdough and seed crackers

Solar recipe: sourdough and seed crackers

If you’re a fan of homemade bread and self-sufficiency, then sourdough is no stranger to you. To keep it alive on a daily basis, you feed it flour and water, and discard any excess fermented dough. Unfortunately, “discarded sourdough” is all too often thrown away, even though it can be transformed or incorporated into delicious recipes. Simply salted and mixed with seeds and herbs, it bakes into delicious crackers. To be self-sufficient right to the end, cook them in a solar oven…

Recipe suggested by :
Linda Louis
Solar oven : box type, SunTaste – Preparation time : 30 mn – Cooking time : 2h30mn

Ingredients for 8 people

  • 250 g liquid sourdough (active or to be discarded)
  • 1 c. to c. salt, 30 g sunflower seeds
  • 30 g sesame seeds
  • paprika and oregano

Preparing the recipe for Sourdough and Seed Crackers

  • Oil a dark baking sheet. Pour in the sourdough and smooth the surface with a spatula (allow 3 mm for thickness).
  • Sprinkle with salt, seeds, paprika and oregano to taste.
  • Place in the solar oven and bake for 1 hour.
  • Cut the dough into small rectangles for easier cutting later.
  • Return to the oven for 1h30. Then finish drying in the sun for an afternoon (or with a solar dehydrator) for a crunchy result.

Enjoy your meal!

Cooking without gas or electricity

This recipe is taken from the book “Cooking without gas or electricity” by Linda Louis: from the wood stove to the solar oven via the fireplace or even the campfire, the rocket stove, the wood oven, the solar dehydrator , the smoker, the barbecue, the Norwegian pot…Explore alternative cooking techniques without gas or electricity for economical and ecological recipes. Linda Louis is the author of several books that are references in organic, local and wild cuisine. She also explores the themes of food autonomy in the great outdoors and zero waste. She regularly collaborates with the culinary, gardening or ecological press and since 2006 has contributed to a blog, Cuisine Campagne (www.cuisine-campagne.com), a portfolio (www.linda-louis.com) and an Instagram account (lindalouisberry) in which she advocates authentic, generous cuisine close to nature and know-how.

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