The other recipes on here have more ingredients this is a simple basic way to make it. Perfect survival food. I recall when I was younger them having some on a plate at Plymouth Plantation and they said that even though it was hundreds of years old it was still ok to eat. This recipe was found on Survival News Online. http://www.survivalnewsonline.com/index.php/2012/02/hardtack-a-great-survival-food-stock/
- Ready In:
- 1hr 30mins
- Mix the flour, water and salt together, and make sure the mixture is fairly dry.
- Then roll it out to about 1/2 inch thickness, and shape it into a rectangle. Cut it into 3×3 inch squares, and poke holes in both sides.
- Place on an un-greased cookie or baking sheet, and cook for 30 minutes per side at 375? (or 350? if you have a convection oven).
- When it’s done, you’ll want to let it dry and harden for a few days, just out in the open. When it has the consistency of a brick, it’s fully cured. Then simply store it in an airtight container or bucket. To prepare for eating, soak it in water or milk for about 15 minutes, and then fry in a buttered skillet. You can eat it with cheese, soup or just plain with a little salt added. Any way you do it, it’s delicious!
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Great recipe! I have made 2 batches. The first time following the above recipe, and added some corn meal. Turned out great after soaking in coffee overnight and frying with butter. The second batch I substituted 1 cup of regular flour with a cup of stone ground whole wheat, and some corn meal. It turned out tasty and a wee bit softer. I dropped a new one into a cup of hot soup and let it soak up some broth and soften. Very tasty.