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How to Make Bannock Bread in Soup Can on Tiny Alcohol Stove

This is a so-called "quick bread" - one that doesn't require kneading or waiting for the dough to rise-.

First, here's the recipe for Bannock Bread:
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt



enough water to make the dough stick together.
The man here has his mix already made and packed in a pocket-size bottle of Bacardi .
After adding the water you have to work quickly because you don't want to let the gas escape: the baking powder is creating bubbles that make the bread rise while baking. 20 minutes covered and in a water bath and the Great Pig-Out can start, as obviously this guy is having a "taste orgasm" which makes me lol every time I watch this video.

Note that the tiny alcohol stove burns long enough for this quantity of bread, and lasts even several minutes longer than necessary.

This is a very smart way of making bannock when you don't have a frying pan. Someone commented that the soup can has a plastic liner which may give off harmful fumes when heated. Good point. It's up to you to improve on the idea.

Stay tuned for a video on how to make a hobo stove like the one he's using.



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Added: Mar-9-2012 
By: khamomil
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