4 (Adjust Quantity As Needed To Turn Into Crackers)
Extra virgin olive oil
1 Tablespoon (Adjust Quantity Enough To Spread Both Sides Of The Flour Tortillas)
To Taste (May Substitute Another Spice. For Example, For Mexican Guacamole, Use Chili Powder/Cumin And Corn Tortilla)
Use kitchen shears to cut each flour tortilla into 8 equal triangular sectors (or any shape you like for crackers). Brush each triangle with olive oil. To do this, lay them all out and brush them all at once. Sprinkle all triangles with salt and with paprika. Turn all of the triangles over, and repeat the brushing of olive oil, and sprinkling of salt and paprika. Place all triangles on a baking sheet and bake at 300 degrees for about 12 minutes. Remove from the oven and cool before serving. These crackers taste great, and this recipe allows you to use up flour tortillas that you have in your refrigerator that are getting old! I hope you enjoy this recipe, along with the Benedictine spread! --Betty
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