Tomato, Smoked Paprika & Oregano Biscuits {gluten free} | The Pink Rose Bakery
Savoury, Scones & Biscuits

Tomato, Smoked Paprika & Oregano Biscuits

It is officially soup season!

Tomato, Smoked Paprika & Oregano Biscuits {gluten free} | The Pink Rose Bakery

In the Northern Hemisphere at least. Although, to be honest, any season can be soup season. There is a soup for every occasion and ambient temperature.

But we are not here to talk about soup. Well, not directly at any rate.

You see, I think we can all agree that most soups need something crunchy and crispy to go with it, be that toast or crackers etc.

Tomato, Smoked Paprika & Oregano Biscuits {gluten free} | The Pink Rose Bakery

Which is where these biscuits come in. See, we got there eventually. And no, it is not lost on me that I have done nothing so far but talk about how these biscuits are a great accompaniment to soup and then shown them with cheese and grapes.

Because that is another serving suggestion. It doesn’t have to be soup.

These biscuits are another reincarnation of the ever so handy flax-meal biscuit – handy in terms of versatility and also the ability to be adapted, because I have based these and these biscuits on them also.

But today we are going savoury.

Tomato, Smoked Paprika & Oregano Biscuits {gluten free} | The Pink Rose Bakery

The tomato and smoked paprika give these biscuits an earthy red / orange colour and the flavour of the smoked paprika really comes through. If smoked paprika isn’t your thing – I understand, for years I detested the stuff and can now only tolerate it in small amounts – then good ol’ paprika paprika will be fine.

You can also, if you have some to hand, sub the dried oregano for fresh. No problem-o.

Did I really just write that? It has been a strange week – seeming both long and also short. I guess a new job and learning new things will do that to you?

Anyway, whether you have these dunked in your soup or with cheese or anything else for that matter, they make a tasty little change from the normal kind of plain cracker.

Tomato, Smoked Paprika & Oregano Biscuits {gluten free} | The Pink Rose Bakery

Tomato, Smoked Paprika & Oregano Biscuits

  • Servings: 20 biscuits approximately, depending on the size of cutter used
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Ingredients:

  • 63g tapioca flour
  • 30g buckwheat flour
  • 15g gram (chickpea) flour
  • 17g rice flour
  • 75g flax meal
  • 100g unsalted butter, chilled
  • 3 tsp coconut sugar, or soft light brown sugar
  • 2.5 tbsp tomato puree
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp freshly cracked white pepper
  • 1.5 tsp dried oregano
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • 2 tsp milk
  • 1 tsp baking powder

Method:

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180 Celsius / 160 fan / 350 Fahrenheit. Line a large baking sheet with baking parchment.
  2. Put all the ingredients in the bowl of a food processor and blitz for a couple of minutes until it forms a soft dough.
  3. Place a layer of cling-film on the work-top and tip the dough onto it. Knead it slightly to bring it together and form a ball.
  4. Place the ball of dough in the centre of the cling-film and cover with another piece. Roll out until approximately 1/2 cm thick.
  5. Cut out and place the shapes on the baking sheets. You can place them quite close together as they don’t really spread.
  6. Bake for 10-15 minutes, until they have darkened in colour.
  7. Allow to cool on the tray for 5 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely. They will crisp up as they cool.

Will keep for a few days in an air-tight container.

Β© The Pink Rose Bakery 2015

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5 thoughts on “Tomato, Smoked Paprika & Oregano Biscuits”

  1. These look really delish, and I’m pretty sure the Husband will be delighted if I make them. Couple of questions: can I use baking paper instead of cling film – I can’t bear the stuff and don’t keep it in the house? And can I use salted butter and omit the separate salt?

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    1. Yep, baking paper will work just as well. I only use cling film because it is slightly cheaper than baking paper but more frustrating on the wrapping itself around things including itself front . . .
      Butter – yes again, salted butter will work just as well.

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