Walkabout Crafts Logowww.walkaboutcrafts.com
Walkabout Crafts - The online gift shop for buying and selling arts and crafts

home  |  buy  |  sell  |  gift shop  |  world tour  |  craft topics  |  free gifts  |  contact


HomeWorld Tour > ScotlandRecipesBannock

Bannocks Recipe

All recipes are FREE, however, donations towards the upkeep of Walkabout Crafts are much appreciated. Please click below to make a donation.

Bannocks image from www.walkaboutcrafts.com

Ingredients

4 oz / 125g medium oatmeal

2 teaspoons melted fat (bacon fat, if available)

2 pinches of bicarbonate of soda

Pinch of salt

¾ tablespoons hot water

Additional oatmeal for kneading

Method

1. Mix the oatmeal, salt and bicarbonate and pour in the melted fat into the centre of the mixture. 

2. Stir well, using a porridge stick if you have one and add enough water to make into a stiff paste. 

3. Cover a surface in oatmeal and turn the mixture onto this. Work quickly as the paste is difficult to work if it cools. Divide into two and roll one half into a ball and knead with hands covered in oatmeal to stop it sticking. 

4. Roll out to around quarter inch thick. Put a plate which is slightly smaller than the size of your pan over the flattened mixture and cut round to leave a circular oatcake. 

5. Cut into quarters (also called farls) and place in a heated pan which has been lightly greased. 

6. Cook for about 3 minutes until the edges curl slightly, turn, and cook the other side. Get ready with another oatcake while the first is being cooked.

An alternative method of cooking is to bake them in an oven at Gas5/375F/190C for about 30 minutes or until brown at the edges. The quantities above will be enough for two bannocks about the size of a dessert plate. If you want more, do them in batches rather than making larger quantities of mixture. Store in a tin and reheat in a moderate oven when required.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Contributions to this page are more than welcome - please send us your inclusions for approval. 
You may copy this article and place it on your own website, as long as you do not change it and include this resource box including the live link to Walkaboutcrafts.com Copyright © Walkabout Crafts
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

If you would like to make a donation towards the upkeep of this web site then that would be greatly appreciated. Please click below to make a donation.

Spread the Word...

We are a non funded, non profit organisation and we need your help. To help us promote 'Walkabout Crafts'; Please recommend us to your friends or if you have a web site / social network page please add our link (selection of banner and text links can be found at http://www.walkaboutcrafts.com/banners.htm ), or if your feeling really generous please send a donation.

If you have suggestions of how we can improve our service, please let us know. We love to hear from you!


Gift Shop
Walkabout Crafts - Gift Shop
Find the perfect gift; Exquisite hand made gifts, art, crafts and souvenirs...
Craft Topics
Walkabout Crafts - Craft Topics
Sell Crafts online, Craft Courses, Events, Projects and business advice...
Free Gifts
Walkabout Crafts - Free Gifts
Colouring pages, recipes, Celtic fonts, music, competitions, downloads...
World Tour
Walkabout Crafts - World Tour

Explore the culture, Experience the local cuisine, language, music...

home  |  about us  |  buy  |  sell  |  gift shop  |  world tour  |  craft topics  |  free gifts  |  contact

.

counter statistics

. . .

Walkabout Crafts is a non funded, non profit web site. 100% of all sales go directly to the members. Please support us by telling your friends about us - thank you. Copyright © Walkabout Crafts All rights reserved. Telephone: +44 (0) 773 328 4443