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  • Follow cooking instructions on Bangin' Bannock's bannock mix
  • Top cooked bannock with all the taco toppings you desire!
For my tacos I like to start with a layer of sour cream, then seasoned beef, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes avocado, and for a kick, jalapeno.

Classic Golden Fried Bannock 

You will need;

  • Enough oil to generously fill the bottom of a pan
  • 1 cup lukewarm water

In a large bowl, thoroughly mix all dry ingredients. Remove aprox 1/4 cup of dry mix and set aside- you’ll need this later!
Slowly pour 1 cup of lukewarm water into the centre of the bowl while mixing- usually getting right in there with your hands is key. Mix until the dough is a nice sticky consistency, but be careful not to overknead! The longer you mix, the denser of a bread you’ll end up with. Remember that 1/4 cup dry mix you set aside at the beginning? You’re gonna wanna grab that now! Coat sticky dough in that leftover dry mix. For more uniform pieces/ cookie-cut pieces you may find it easiest to dust the countertop with some dry mix, dump the dough right onto the countertop, and coat the rest of the dry mix on top of the dough. To keep it simple, coating the sticky dough with the dry mix right in the bowl works fine. Now you’re going to separate your dough into approx 8 pieces. You can cut this if you’re doing it on the countertop, but tearing pieces apart right out of the bowl works just fine. Try to make sure each piece has a nice coating of dry mix on it. 
On the stove, heat a pan on medium or just above medium with a generous amount of oil filling the bottom. Keep in mind different burn points for different oils when choosing your oil, as well as flavour. A simple vegetable oil works just fine. You’ll know your oil is ready when you drop a pinch of the dough into the oil and lots of bubbles form ( or if you have a thermometer 375c). Carefully place pieces in hot oil, frying for about 2 minutes in each side, or until golden brown. (Forks make nice flipping tools...). Enjoy!


Baked Bannock

  • Bangin' Bannock Mix
  • 1 cup of lukewarm water
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup of oil (I used olive oil)

1. Pour bannock mix into a large bowl, thoroughly mix. Remove 1/4 cup of dry mix and set aside.

2. Slowly pour in 1 cup of water, egg, and oil. Stir until all ingredient are incorporated into a sticky dough. You dough will be sticky, no kneading necessary, just mix and transfer to baking pan.

3. Use the 1/4 of the dry mix that was set aside, to dust the bottom of a baking pan and to coat the outside of the dough. Flatten the dough to about 1''. Baked on 350 degrees for about 30-35 mins.

4. Optional - Coat the baked bannock with a little bit of butter on the outside once its fully cooked but still warm.

 Nutrition Facts for One Bag of Bannock