Recipe by * Pamela *
This is an adopted recipe. The original introduction stated "Bannock is a Native Indian fry bread. Simple and quick to make. This recipe comes from a magazine article. The woman who taught the author of the article to make bannock said that "rich Indians add raisins to their bannock"."
Top Review by Seedbeads
This was so easy and nice when there's nothing else for breakfast. It's like a pancake-english muffin hybrid. I tried it as written and it was great (my 3 year old loved it too), and I tried it with less sugar, served to dip in stew - also tasty! I think different additions would be really nice - perfect when you need bread in a hurry!
- 473.18 ml flour
- 29.58 ml baking powder
- 29.58 ml sugar (or less, if you prefer your bannock less sweet)
- 0.5 ml salt
- water, at room temperature
Directions See How It's Made
- Mix flour, baking powder, sugar and salt together.
- Mix with enough water so that the mixture becomes a dough.
- Form into 4-6 large, thick patties.
- Fry on lightly oiled frying pan, turning when the bottom is golden.
- (You may also bake in the oven.) Good served warm.
- If desired, spread with honey, jam, butter, or peanut butter.
- Traditionally bannock would have been made with whatever ingredients were on hand.
- For example, adding blueberries if they're in season.
- This freezes well. Freeze, already baked, in a labeled ziploc bag with the air squeezed out as much as possible. To serve, bring to room temperature by removing from the bag and letting rest on the counter for a few hours. SPeed up the process, by baking or microwaving until the desired temperature is reached.