Aboriginal style fried bannock.
- Ready In:
- Mix half the flour with the remaining dry ingredients.
- Add water until the mixture becomes thick, "like a paper mache paste".
- Add more flour until the dough feels like a soft earlobe.
- Heat the oil or lard over a medium-high heat until very hot, but not smoking.
- Break off small pieces of the dough and flatten each to the size of your palm, about 1/2-inch thick.
- Place the pieces in the hot oil, turn after about 3 minutes, or when golden brown.
- Place the bannock on a paper towel to soak up the excess grease.
- Serve plain or with jam.
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Personally, I love this recipe. I have used it in so many ways, baking it in the oven with a homemade apple pie mix, adding nutmeg, cinnamon, sugar to it. Makes a great quick substitute using it for strawberry shortcake adding homemade caramel sauce, whip cream. Lots of desert, and meal ideas with bannock. Can be substituted instead of bisquits for corn chowder our seafood chowder. Mmmm lots and lots of ways to do this. My favorite is homemade apple pie mix in it, make a second batch for a lid. Roll it out on a cookie sheet. Bake it in the oven. Mmmm add ice cream topping after it comes out. P.S. makes a great substitute for pizza crust. Literally try it my kids absolutely love it with invention or even the way it is.