Pan bread test at home

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Good starting mate. Stove top is a great spot to get your mix right and some ingrediants locked in. Well worthwhile cooking a few on the stove top so you have somthing to get a measure from when you move to the fire or alky stove.

I had been playing with making bannock on my Ti msr plate. Stove top and alky worked great... Fire coals is yet to be mastered.

Looking forward to seeing to updates.
 

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I started with the alcohol stove but i was using my fast burning one... Too big a flame and unstable with the handled fry pan.. I like the idea of using the plate good stuff. Updates in the coming days mate
 

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Looks pretty good.

You should be able to avoid the "dry-burn" by reducing the temperature / flame size. Alternatively, turn it a lot !
 
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Yeh good point i should turn it more and definitely less heat.. Worst part of trial and error... Eating lots of bread.. Probably not all that bad eh? Heh.
 

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Worst part of trial and error... Eating lots of bread.. Probably not all that bad eh? Heh.
It was getting to the point where I was tossing out the testers... But gee they were good.

Quick tip... The heart smart pick and mix goes real well with a bannock.

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Ingredients:
Whole Raw Almonds (28.5%) (Almonds (100%)), Pomegranate Flavoured Cranberries (18.3%) (Dried Cranberries (65%), Sugar, Pomegranate Juice from concentrate, Food Acid (296), Flavour, Elderberry Juice Concentrate, Sunflower Oil), Golden Raisins (13.5%) (Raisins (99.2%), Sunflower Oil, Preservative (Sulphur Dioxide)), Dark Chocolate (13.5%) (Cocoa Liquor, Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Emulsifiers (476, Soy Lecithin), Vanilla Flavour), Strawberries (9.0%) (Strawberries (65%), Sugar, Food Acid (330), Natural Colour (Black Carrot Juice, Water, Food Acid (330)), Preservative (Sulphur Dioxide), Natural Flavour), Brazil Nuts (9.0%) (Brazil Nuts (100%)), Shelled Pistachios (8.2%) (Pistachio Nuts (100%)).


http://shop.coles.com.au/online/ProductDisplay?storeId=10601&productId=16833&urlRequestType=Base&langId=-1&catalogId=10001
 

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nice that would be good for a morning/mid walk bread. good idea mate
 

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and breakfast ;) :D
i actually have some soft flasks to take whiskey for the longer hikes.. im not a gram weenie at all and it will be worth it in the end.
off to try another pan bread.. lets see how we go..
 

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Ooh maybe we can plan that for this weekend eh? Im using my tato ab13 now.. I got sidetracked and am cooking chorizo on it..
 

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Are you using the tato with all of the felt alight? With a remote feed stove like that (same style as what I use) you are able to get a light simmer temp by only squeezing enough fuel into the stove to the center / half of the felt is burning. You may be all over it, but thought it worth a mention.

Ps - how good are chorizo !!
 

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I didn't know that mate. Ill give it a go. Even make a snuff lid to cover the center for bread. I actually used a fancy feast stove initially for the pan bread but it was not stable and too big a flame
 

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I haven't been taking mine out much of late, opting for the oats.

They are a great addition for both b'fast and dessert.. Spam'n'Eggs or pancakes in the morning, sweet bannock or choc muffin mix in the evening.

I even trimmed down the handle on my one ... Lightweight options (haha)
 
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