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Have you ever had the pleasure of tasting Saltine Crackers that are buttered? I didn’t, up until a few weeks back, and let’s say that I was left in awe.
If you’re serious about it Have you ever tried them?
It’s true that it’s odd. You usually add other items to your crackers, like jam, peanut butter, and even cheese — but butter? Who can imagine that everyone’s new most loved snack is something as simple as butter on saltine crackers?
Maybe not everyone is as ignorant as I am.
In fact, if you ask your parents about saltine crackers that are buttered They’ll probably be able to tell you what they are. It seems that this snack with two ingredients is from a long time far back, and it is still popular. How could anyone have come up with this?
Here are a few recipes you could try. The first recipe is quite simple using butter as the primary ingredient. the other one is more complex, yet delicious!
Recipe 1: Classic Buttered Saltine Cracker:
- Saltine crackers
It’s possible to make this more complicated but we’ll keep the process easy. Choose your preferred kind of butter (make sure that it’s soft and nice) Spread it onto your cracker. Tasty!
Recipe 2: Perfectly Bake Buttered Saltine Crackers
This recipe comes from The Pioneer Woman has a couple of steps more than the previous recipe and I’m sure it’s exactly the same as the one before.
- Saltine Crackers
- Seasonings of your preference
Step 1: Preheat your oven to 275 degrees Fahrenheit
Step 2: Put butter to a pot and let it heat up on medium until the butter is melted.
Step 3: Add the flavoring you like. Some people prefer flavorful seasonings like Italian seasoning or a type of salt mix.
Step 4: Take any saltine crackers you’d like to snack on and add them to a mixture of butter. After the first side is coated in butter, flip them to the other side, and take them out of the pan.
Pro tip: Only add as many crackers to your pan as you are able to manage. Be aware that you need the crackers to be covered with the butter mix. Don’t boil them right away.
Step 5: When the oven is heated and the crackers are submerged in butter, put them on a wire rack on top of a baking tray.
Step 6: Then, place the crackers in the oven to bake for about 20 minutes.
Tips to ensure that you don’t burn crackers, be sure to watch them right from the time they’ve been baked for about 15 minutes.
Step 7: Here are the crackers! Oven-baked saltine crackers with butter!