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You can roll out the dough by hand for this crisp, crackerlike bread. However, for thinner, more even results, try a pasta maker.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 2007



Cook's Notes

Keep in mind that settings on pasta makers vary. We used a KitchenAid pasta-roller stand-mixer attachment, but you can use any machine, as long as you change the settings incrementally.

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  • kimconover
    4 NOV, 2017
    This is something I would make if I was planning on having one or two friends over for cocktails and finger food during a quiet weekend. If I was planning on a large holiday gathering, it wouldn't be convenient to take the time to make these the day of the party since they need to be eaten within a day. I like recipes that can be prepared in advance making it easier for me on party day. I used garlic powder and parmesan on half the batch to give them a little more flavor.

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