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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: NonPCfed] #6753060
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Originally Posted by NonPCfed
I used to make Bisquick drop biscuits, does that count...?

I wonder if "bannock" and Civil War "hardtack" are related? Just let the bannock dry out and probably about the same or was hardtack more of a solid, dried-out cracker...?



Not sure if bisquick biscuits are the same, but probably similar.

Itís not crispy like a cracker. Same texture as a biscuit. When bannock sits on the counter for a day it does dry out, but still tastes good. You can warm it up in the microwave and itíll be like new again lol.


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753065
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hows the nut butter holdin out? laugh


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753070
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I donít eat much of that nut butter. My wife and a couple of the kids eat it.


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753079
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Here is a helpful hint. If you get a quart can, use a church key to cut two pour holes in the top to let the air out, you can turn that oven skid mark into a pretty biscuit. If you add sugar and lard, it turns something the horses won't eat, but people do, into wonderful things that people wonder, "Why was I eating that bannock stuff.".

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I say bannock isn't Bannock without some wood ashes on it! I like to load my up with dried fruits, honey ,sunflwr seeds, pine nuts, sumac seeds(lemony) and chopped cashews. It is the last thing we throw in our outdoor pizza oven after a batch of pizza making.


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Originally Posted by star flakes
Here is a helpful hint. If you get a quart can, use a church key to cut two pour holes in the top to let the air out, you can turn that oven skid mark into a pretty biscuit. If you add sugar and lard, it turns something the horses won't eat, but people do, into wonderful things that people wonder, "Why was I eating that bannock stuff.".


Iíll pass.


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Originally Posted by Drakej
I say bannock isn't Bannock without some wood ashes on it! I like to load my up with dried fruits, honey ,sunflwr seeds, pine nuts, sumac seeds(lemony) and chopped cashews. It is the last thing we throw in our outdoor pizza oven after a batch of pizza making.


I made bannock over the fire once. Hopefully never again.


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753215
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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753225
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Bannock is good fried, baked, or any other way you can cook it. Iíve tried it with cranberries and whitefish eggs baked right in with the dough. Good trail food. I prefer my grandmas recipe over any others Iíve tried.

Another one youíve got to try is this:
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The ďEskimo doughnutĒ
One of my favorites. Really good with chilli and soup. Awesome snack fresh and hot with some thick Rogers syrup for dipping.


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753227
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Now that looks Good!!! (bannock)

Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Ryan McLeod] #6753229
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Originally Posted by Ryan McLeod
Bannock is good fried, baked, or any other way you can cook it. Iíve tried it with cranberries and whitefish eggs baked right in with the dough. Good trail food. I prefer my grandmas recipe over any others Iíve tried.

Another one youíve got to try is this:
[Linked Image]
The ďEskimo doughnutĒ
One of my favorites. Really good with chilli and soup. Awesome snack fresh and hot with some thick Rogers syrup for dipping.


Oh man that donut does look good!


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Ryan McLeod] #6753245
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Originally Posted by Ryan McLeod
Bannock is good fried, baked, or any other way you can cook it. Iíve tried it with cranberries and whitefish eggs baked right in with the dough. Good trail food. I prefer my grandmas recipe over any others Iíve tried.

Another one youíve got to try is this:
[Linked Image]
The ďEskimo doughnutĒ
One of my favorites. Really good with chilli and soup. Awesome snack fresh and hot with some thick Rogers syrup for dipping.

recipe ryan?

Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753728
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Not baked over an open fire. In a dutch oven over hot coals or in a reflector oven or in our wood fired stone slab pizza oven. Over a fire frying would work better, IMO.


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Boco] #6753756
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Originally Posted by Boco
Looks good,what do you do while its cooking-play with the lego?
Your countertop is almost as interesting as Les' desk/dinner table.

LOL

Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Gary Benson] #6753762
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Originally Posted by Gary Benson
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Nut butter huh?? whistle


I caught that too......won't catch me putting nut butter on MY bread!!!

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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753764
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puttin love in it and nut butter? NO WAY,,now im gagging

Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: west river rogue] #6753778
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Originally Posted by west river rogue
puttin love in it and nut butter? NO WAY,,now im gagging


Lmao!! The nut butter isnít used for the bannock. We put butter and jam on it to eat.
Thatís where we leave the nut butter, and others use it on toast. Lol


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: west river rogue] #6753970
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Originally Posted by west river rogue
Originally Posted by Ryan McLeod
Bannock is good fried, baked, or any other way you can cook it. Iíve tried it with cranberries and whitefish eggs baked right in with the dough. Good trail food. I prefer my grandmas recipe over any others Iíve tried.

Another one youíve got to try is this:
[Linked Image]
The ďEskimo doughnutĒ
One of my favorites. Really good with chilli and soup. Awesome snack fresh and hot with some thick Rogers syrup for dipping.

recipe ryan?


Regular bread dough shaped and a few holes added then deep fried with a flip half way through.


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Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753973
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Put a thick slice of bologna between that fry bread Ryan and that meal will last you all day.
I love fry bread and bologna.

Re: Bannock anybody? [Re: Jurassic Park] #6753985
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Some people deep fry sausage wrapped in dough for trail food. Some ladies make 200+ donuts in one sitting for events or for sale by the dozen.


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