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I have varied this recipe by adding a few ingredients of my own. For example today I added 2 cups of grated Cheddar cheese Some olives some sun dried toamtoes and then followed the rest of the recipe. Boy was that a hit!
Yummo!! Damper can also be cooked on the campfire; wrap the loaf in alfoil (tin foil) and cook in hot coals. Use plenty of foil as damper will expand a lot as it cooks and bury in coals with a shovel. (Is best to use a fire that has died down to just hot coals.) As the submitter said damper will be cooked when it sounds hollow. If your really keen wrap a handful of dough around 5-10cm of the end of a clean stick and toast it over the campfire; once cooked pull it off the stick and fill with honey and butter!!! A bit of trial and error but good fun and delicious!!
this is best served by the fire (in the bush of course!) with golden syrup and chocolate mushed into it. Shove the dough on the end of a stick and hold it over the fire this way the outside will be crunchy and the inside will be mushy. Don't forget a beer!
This was great. It reminds me of Irish Soda Bread without all the fuss. This is made from pantry items you always have on hand. It crumbled a little and wasn't easy to slice but worth the extra effort.