This year at our workshop, we decided to make Native American bannock campfire bread. It's a simple quick bread that is rolled out into a long coil, wrapped around a stick and cooked over a fire until it's golden and brown. We dressed it up as dessert with preserves, honey, and fresh berries. Enjoy cooking this over a cozy campfire.
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Photography and Styling: Diana Yen
Jimmy Pham (second to last photo)
Styling Assistant: Brenna Paulsen & Erik Wysocan
Makes about a dozen
6 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons salt
4 tablespoons baking powder
½ cup melted butter, plus more for spreading
2 ½ cups water
jam for spreading
honey for drizzling
Mix together all the dry ingredients. Add the butter and slowly mix in the water ½ a cup at a time until the dough is firm and not too sticky.
On a floured surface, roll out the dough into a rope about 8 inches long. Wrap the dough around a stick and cook for 5-10 minutes over a fire until golden and puffed.
Enjoy by cutting lengthwise down the center of the bread and spreading with butter, jam and filling with fresh fruit and a drizzle of honey.