A crispy pizza flavoured snack, that goes along perfectly with a steaming cup of tea or coffee.Or In the heat of summer to accompany some chilled beer. Dry , crunchy and light a perfect tasty snack

These bite sized Pizzalings match any season or occasion.It is a perfect solution to satisfying those silly cravings for something tangy at odd times of the day.

Step 1: Ingredients:

1cup Flour

1cup Parmesan cheese

1/2 cup butter

1/2tsp garlic powder

1/4tsp salt

1/4tsp dried herbs(basil/thyme/rosmary)

1tsp tomato powder: I didn't have any tomato powder so i ground dehydrated tomatoes in a coffee grinder to a fine powder.

Step 2: Dough.Oh O

In a mixing bowl put together all the dry ingredients.

Add in the butter cubes and work it in to form a tough dough.

If the dough is too crumbly and dry add in 1/4tsp water...yes very little or else it will get too soft.

Knead well to a smooth dough. Wrap in a plastic bag and store in the fridge for around 10 minutes.

Step 3: Making Them

Roll out the dough into a sheet of around 1cm.

Sprinkle dried herbs on this dough sheet and roll the rolling pin briskly once over the sheet.

With a pastry cutter cut out parallel lines in a cris cross manner this gives little diamond shaped pieces.

Carefully lift each piece and place on a lined baking tray.

Step 4: Baking

In a preheated oven, bake the tray at 200C for around 8-10 minutes.when the crust rises and looks golden brownish the Pizzalings are done.

Remove the tray from the oven and let them cool down completely.

When cooled store them in an airtight container.

Crunch, munch slurp....All gone easy and fast.

Hope you liked it.

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    2 years ago

    I made these today. I had dried some thin slices of tomato until crispy by putting them on a piece of foil and placing them in the oven after I had baked something else and turned it off; I left them a couple of days. When dry and cool, I ground them in the food processor, then added the ingredients in order and mixed the dough in the processor. My dough was extremely dry and crumbly. I ended up adding 1 TB water and 1 TB vodka (helps keep it tender) to make it moist enough to hold together and roll. Once I got it into a real dough, it was easy to handle and cut very nicely. It smelled great while baking! Mine baked a little longer than called for, at 400 degrees F. Thanks for the tasty treat, and easy to follow instructions & great photos.

    1 reply

    Awww, most welcome.
    I know instances whete Vodka is life saving... but this one hit the nail!.... beautiful. Might use the vodka trick in the future baking projects


    2 years ago

    Awwwwwwwwsome! I can't wait to make these. Thanks so much for sharing.