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The instructions should be more like "throw into bag. Add water. Mush. Put on stick. Cook". But whatever.

The instructions should be more like "throw into bag. Add water. Mush. Put on stick. Cook". But whatever.

Make and share this Fried Bannock recipe from Food.com.

Fried Bannock

Make and share this Fried Bannock recipe from Food.com.

Bannock  3 cups all-purpose flour  1 teaspoon salt  2 tablespoons baking powder  1/4 cup butter, melted  1 1/2 cups water

Bannock 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons baking powder 1/4 cup butter, melted 1 1/2 cups water

This Cinnamon Sugar Bannock is a sweetened up version of the classic bread recipe! It's ready in just 15 minutes and tastes like a cross between buttermilk biscuits and doughboys! It's great for breakfast, brunch, or as a dinner side!

Cinnamon Sugar Bannock

This Cinnamon Sugar Bannock is a sweetened up version of the classic bread recipe! It's ready in just 15 minutes and tastes like a cross between buttermilk biscuits and doughboys! It's great for breakfast, brunch, or as a dinner side!

Baked Bannock Recipe. Best one

Baked Bannock Recipe. Best one

Outlander Bannock Recipe - Growing Up Gabel #sponsored #Outlander

Outlander Bannock

Outlander Bannock Recipe - Growing Up Gabel #sponsored #Outlander

Bannock Recipe- the ultimate camping dough. multi use

Bannock Recipe- the ultimate camping dough. multi use

Just Like Grandma's Bannock- a traditional Native American pan fried bread adopted into the cuisine from the Scottish fur traders' griddle scones.

Just Like Grandma's Bannock- a traditional Native American pan fried bread adopted into the cuisine from the Scottish fur traders' griddle scones.

Bannock:  My first authentic Canadian food memory  |  Culinary Cool Blog

Bannock: My first authentic Canadian food memory | Culinary Cool Blog

this is the same bannock recipe I was taught, by a very special person in Dingwall,NS . It always tastes better baked in a cast iron fry pan. Thanks Alec!

this is the same bannock recipe I was taught, by a very special person in Dingwall,NS . It always tastes better baked in a cast iron fry pan. Thanks Alec!

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