Ingredients

How to make it

  • Put crackers into a large bowl.
  • Blend rest of ingredients well.
  • Pour over crackers and toss to coat all.
  • Put crackers into XL zip bag such as a 2 gal size. Try to seperate them as much as possible to make sure they are well coated.
  • Leave the zipper bag open and turn over now and then for oil to evenly absorbed into crackers.
  • They are ready to eat after 2 hours.
  • Serve alone, with dips, spreads, cheese, soups, gumbos, etc...
  • They are spicey but sooooooooo good!

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  • sandygalesmith 9 years ago
    I have an recipe that you may like.It's called Seasoned Crackers.
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  • petunia97 9 years ago
    I have a similar recipe to this one and it's called firecrackers. They are fantastic too and everyone just loves 'em!
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  • jadedmom 9 years ago
    I'm telling you now, you better bring enough to share. I don't know why something so simple goes so fast but it does, weird.
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    " It was excellent "
    susana ate it and said...
    Monique, Just bought some Salatines yesterday and this sounds like a great little snack to take to work for my break. Thanks for sharing. High 5 from me! - Susana
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    " It was excellent "
    peetabear ate it and said...
    yum...^5
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  • dixiediner 9 years ago
    Wow!
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  • lenora 9 years ago
    Seemingly an odd thing to do but gosh-diddily, it looks like it could work! Thanks for sharing!
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