A Mosaic of BC Breakfasts: Part Four

The fourth article of the Breakfast Series features a modern twist on a traditional First Nations favourite.

First Nations

Information provided by Caroline Dick, Kamloops BC

Bannock is one of my favourite things to eat.  It has been adapted by First Nations people and become a traditional food that’s far more versatile than many people may realize.  More than just a side or bread, it can be part of an entree.  Add a scoop of chili and some shredded cheese and you have a “taco”; slice it and use it as a bun for a hot dog or hamburger.  I love making bannock for dinner and adding pizza toppings.  

Bannock can be time-consuming to make, so I always make a big batch to have leftovers as a snack.  It makes a great breakfast, plain or with jam!

My favourite way to use bannock is in this traditionally inspired dish called Bannock Benedict. It’s a great way to start your day. Enjoy!

Or…try a delicious South Asian, Chinese or Filipino breakfast instead!

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