Wild Blueberry Bannock
by Jane Klementti Preheat oven to 425°F Cookie sheet Parchment paper 1 cup milk 2 cups of flour 2 tsps baking powder ½ tsp salt 2 tbsp sugar ½ cup wild blueberries In large mixing bowl, mix together flour, baking powder, salt, sugar. Make a well center. Gently mix in the milk, tossing it a few times – do not overmix. The dough will be very wet. Gently fold in the blueberries. Turn out onto a lightly floured surface and sprinkle flour over it. Handling the dough as little as possible, form a…
Living in Oklahoma, the heritage of the Cherokee people (original tribal name was Aniyunwiya) surround us. Cherokee – Tsalagi is an Iroquoian language with a written vocabulary invented by a Native Cherokee scholar, Sequoyah. A good friend of mine taught me a lot about Native Indian recipes and such. I even made my own hunting bow at a workshop in Tallequah. Okay… It was a little crooked and did not work that well. Now the recipes are a different … Continue reading →
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