I have cooked Bannock in the ashes of my camp fire, and on a rock in my camp fire. It is easy to produce and makes a good trail food. Recently I was asked to make a video of making Bannock, so I made Bannock in my kitchen which was a lot easier to video. Instead of using a Girdle, later known as a griddle, I used my black iron pan.
About a cupped handful of oats and the same of barley flour is a quarter of a cup, which is enough for one small Bannock. Or you can use just oats. Salt to taste if you wish.
Mix the ingredients together and then add enough water to make a stiff paste.
Shape the bannock dough and place in a pan or place on a hot rock or in the ashes. I use a little oil or grease when using a pan.
Don't make your fire up too hot, you want the Bannock to cook right through not just burn on the outside.
Turn occasionally to check how it is cooking. Once it is toasted or browned on both sides and a test with a knife confirms it is cooked inside, then it is ready to remove from the pan.
A Girdle or Griddle and a Bannock spade.