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Fig-and-Almond Crackers

Recipe photo courtesy of David Malosh
Source: Martha Stewart Living, December/January 2015
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  • lyonsh93
    22 NOV, 2018
    It took two attempts, but these turned out pretty good and they're beautiful. For the second attempt, I subbed fresh ground pink Himalayan salt (the first batch were just too salty). I used sliced almonds and reserved 1-2 tablespoons, which I just broke in half and mixed in with the figs so that the crackers had nice large chunks of almonds like the kind you buy from the store.
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