Bannock can be eaten on its own or with peanut butter, jams, or honey. Recipes courtesy of the Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural Centre. Photo courtesy of David Buzzard Photography.
Place ½ cup cooking oil in a deep frying pan or enough to fill pan ¼-inch deep and heat to 350°F (medium high heat).
Sift together dry ingredients until mixed fully.
Add water and stir together to form sticky dough.
Spoon bannock dough into frying pan in round circle forms about 5 inches – 6 inches wide.
Fry patties in oil until golden brown on each side and puffed up.