lørdag 8. april 2017

Weekend Cooking; Scandinavian Campfire Bread

Americans have their s'mores and Scandinavians have their campfire bread. Scandinavian Campfire Bread is basically strips of dough threaded on a long stick or a metal skewer and grilled over the coals in the campfire. Over the years, I've had my fair share of these breads and even as an adult, I do enjoy eating them. The dough is made in advance and a lot of people take it with them while hiking or camping, so they have it already prepared for when they are doing to use it.

Stock photo from Pexels

Campfire Bread
500 g all purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
5 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 dl vegetable oil
Around 2 dl luke warm water

Mix all the dry items. Then little by little add water and oil until you get a smooth texture.

Take a bit of the dough and shape it like a snake or hot dog and twirl it around a metal skewer or a long stick. Roast the bread over the coal in the fire until it's cooked through and letting go of the stick. Please remember to turn the stick while roasting the bread so it gets evenly roasted.

You can read a bit more about Campfire Bread here.

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