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Onion Bread Crackers have a rich flavor that is based with the sweet and savory essence of onions. There is no getting around the fact that these are onion crackers. They will bring distinction to any party platter with their unique flavor.
Putting aside the time it takes to dehydrate them… these crackers are quick and easy to make. The other bonus is that the aroma of this onion bread in the dehydrated is amazing. It fills the house with a warm, savory, nose whiffing aroma that will cause your tummy to start grumbling with anticipation.
Outside of creating crackers with this batter, you can also turn it into a bread. After spreading the batter out on the dehydrator sheets, you can score the batter into larger pieces and pull it out of the dehydrator when it is nice and pliable, thus making it an awesome bread for sandwiches.
Since onions are the core ingredient, you want to make sure that you select the right one. Each different type of onion will alter the end flavor of this recipe, so it is important to understand what onions taste like in their raw state.
Vidalia onions, which are more on the mild and sweet side are by far my favorite one to use for this recipe. I have used yellow onions but they have a bite to them. They are quite assertive when eaten raw. I have also used white onions. They aren’t sweet like the Vidalia’s but they are milder than the yellow onion. The last type that I have used is the red onion. They to are pretty darn assertive and spicy as well. They do add a splash of color to the cracker though. I have enjoyed this recipe every time that I have made, regardless of the onion, but I do have my favorites. So don’t be afraid to test out the different types of onions and see which appeals to you the most. I hope you enjoy this recipe. Many blessings, amie sue