Total Time
11mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 min

remember Mom making a big batch of bannock, quite often when we were kids, and I loved to take it to school in my lunch, in place of a sandwich, and all the kids thought I was weird,but to this day I love bannock.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix.
  2. Add enough water to make a soft dough.
  3. You can bake in oven, or you can deep fry it.
Most Helpful

5 5

This is the best recipe online for real true bannock.<br/><br/>Finally, a real bannock recipe! No sugar. No raisins. Just bannock. True and traditional. I'd LOVE to take a picture, but I can't manage to do it before I eat it all. I've been living in MX for a year and...I need my fix from time to time. Don't be afraid to cook it in a pan, on the stove-top on medium (or low...you know your range). Best in a cast iron pan but I've done it twice in a teflon. Not the same as on hot rocks on the beach in BC...but you do what you can. Myself, I'd avoid deep-frying it...seems to be more a "modern" thing. I wouldn't..but man oh man...it's delicious deep-fried, too (only had it once like that). Just not that good for you. K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple, Stupid! This is the best recipe online for real true bannock.

5 5

Outstanding? Rolled it thin, fried it and topped it with freshly made strawberry jam! Thanks for the recipe.

i love indian bannock i would the recipe for it thank you i rated it a 5 star