Fry Jacks are often found sharing a breakfast plate with beans and eggs. In my opinion, they are the star of the breakfast plate: warm, a little crispy, puffed, and often topped with honey.
This recipe is easy, quick, and doesn’t require many ingredients… so have fun with it!
Fry Jack variations
There are a few variations for Fry Jacks depending on your region and personal preference: the shape they are cut into, and the liquid ingredient. Some like their Fry Jacks in “triangles”: a dough circle is cut into quarters then fried. Some like their Fry Jacks with a slit in the middle: the dough circle is cut in half and given a vertical slit. Some like the liquid ingredient to be water, some coconut milk, others still substitute whole milk. All versions of the Fry Jack are very delicious.
How do you like to make your fry jacks? Leave us a comment, and let us know!