For many people in the Northern Hemisphere it has probably felt like a long time since shorter clothes were out and the sun shone more hours a day then darkness.
At this time of year, that expectation looming heavy in the air people start thinking of what they will do in those warmer months.
It’s all just so close.
More time out of the office then in awaits. Less school and more fun.
And for many people summer involves camping.
Whether that be next to a lake or in the woods or at the beach, camping is apart of so many countries summer routine’s. It’s that getting back to basic feeling that makes camping such a fun thing for countless a like.
This bread originates in Canada and I can see why it’s a camping bread.
It’s also known for being wrapped around a stick and held over an open fire to cook it.
I never had the chance to go camping while I resided in Canada as I arrived in August and unfortunately left in January, but I can imagine it’s never ending joy in that beautifully breathtaking land.
Throw the ingredients together, well oil a skillet and cook then done.
I’ll give you the full instructions below, but it is so easy any level of cook could successfully make this and enjoy it with fresh fish or chilli or for breakfast with a dousing of maple syrup.
Oh and it’s addictive, I couldn’t resist eating more because it’s so delicious.
Adapted from Canadian Living
Serve 12 (or 8 for larger slices)
2 cups flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup water
Approximately 2 cups sunflower oil
Place the flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Stir to combine.
Make a well and add in the milk and water.
Stir to combine, ensuring you don’t overmix.
Pour sunflower oil into a skillet/frying pan, approximately 1/2 inch way up the pan. Place on medium heat.
Place the dough in the skillet and cook for approximately 3 minutes either side or until lightly golden.