Bannock

Total Time:
20 min
Prep:
15 min
Cook:
5 min

Yield:
6 to 8 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients
Directions

Mix the dry ingredients and berries, then slowly mix in enough water to make a stiff dough. Roll it out (unrugged) or form it with your hands (rugged) and then either fry it in a bit of oil, bake it or you can even "GRILL IT!". Brush the grill with oil. Grill it over medium heat, lid down for about 5 minutes per side, tops.

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    It was a delicious recipe, I added 1/2 cup of sugar to sweeten them just a touch and cooked them by frying....at the rate the husband is eating them, I don't think there is going to be any left for the kids tomorrow! 
    bland and a waste of blueberries, though it was a fun novelty. I also made it after watching the episode.
    I threw this together right after watching "Rugged Dude" and grilled it. We were munching it only 15 minutes after the episode finished. It was amazing. Definitely a keeper.
    Made this after watching the episode. Seems like a versatile recipe for savory or sweet and handy as could be for camping. Will keep this one.
    I just made this, but I used whole wheat flour instead of traditional white flour. It turned out wonderfully.
    I tried this recipe right after the show aired. It turn out perfect and so easy. I will try it next time with savory herbs.
    Three ingredients and water...what could be easier!
     

     
    I cook it on the grill ... olive oil on the grill on one side, olive oil on the bannock just before flipping.
     

     
    Served hot with butter, peanut butter, jam etc.
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