Fresh Bannock Bread on a camping trip is so satisfying and it is extremely versatile, especially after eating hard crackers, bagels or pitas for a week.
For over a 1000 years, bannock, a simple bread made from the flour of a variety of grains, has filled the bellies of campers sitting around campfires. Its attraction is the simple base ingredients and its ease of cooking. A favorite way to make bannock is to cook it on a stick over a campfire.
Bannock bread is something that is easy to make and cook around a campfire and as we know, nothing tastes as good as it does when cooked on an open fire.
This mixture unlike others is a dry mix and can be stored until needed then only requirement is just a bit of water when needed.
1. 3 x Cups of Flour
3. 1 x Cup of Raisins
4. 2 x Tbsp. of Sugar
5. 1 x Tbsp. Baking Powder
6. Luke Warm Water
1 x Baking Tin or Medium Bake Bean Tin or Frying Pan
1 x Large Mixing Bowl
1 x Tinfoil
Grease Proof Paper
This can be done in multiple ways,
Oven – Bread Tin
Campfire – Dutch Oven
Campfire – Sticks
Campfire – Frying Pan
Set 150c or 300 f
Get your mixing bowl and put ingredients 1 to 5 in together and mix all ingredients together to create the dry mix.
CAMPING: If you are planning to take away bag up and move to
STEP 3 when at camp spot.
Slowly add the warm water till you get a good dough bread consistency, Line your tin with the Grease Proof Paper then Roll your dough into a ball and then put into your tin and leave in a warm area to settle for 20-30 minutes (if using yeast instead of baking powder).
OVEN: Put your bread tin in the oven and cook till golden brown approx. 55 – 70 minutes (With a Fan Oven) (But My Very On Oven)Remember when cooking on ember the heat is anywhere from 615 – 1200 Celsius.
FIRE Dutch Oven: Place Tin Can into Hobo Oven on top of 3 stones and place tinfoil over top of the larger tin.
FIRE Sticks: Get sticks you know aren’t poisonous and get some dough and twist around sticks and hold close to fire – Cook till golden.
FIRE Frying Pan: Place tin next to fire and rotate slowly.
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