Video Podcast - Making Bannock - Palauga

Welcome to our video podcast on Bannock - Palauga making. Bannock is a type of bread that has been a staple for many aboriginal cultures. Methods and recipes vary across the north so this video includes a common way that many Inuit make today. You can view the video here.  Then you can view the recipe below and try making Palauga yourself. It is good with so many toppings and a favoured beverage to have along with it is tea but feel free to explore.

Here a basic recipe to get you started.
 

  • 5 cups flour

  • 2 tablespoons salt

  • 4 tablespoons baking powder

 

Mix dry ingredients

Make round indent in dry ingredients

Add about two cups of water

Add about two cups of milk

Don't stir too much! This will keep it fluffy

Just want dry ingredients wet

Add about a centimeter of oil to your medium heated pan

Add large blob of batter to pan Spread out batter in a circular pattern using two forks

Wait about 5 minutes until it's golden brown on the bottom but turning it a few times so it cooks evenly and doesn't stick

Gently flip over being careful not to spatter hot oil

Remove when golden brown on bottom

Let cool and then serve with topping of your choice. Great with jam, syrup, berries and hot tea Enjoy!

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