This is my interpretation of the Galadhrim Ration. I thought something filling and practical would serve the adventurer well in battle.
I cut a loaf of frozen bread dough into eight slices. I floured a cutting board and let them defrost for about an hour. I rolled out the slices to little circles you see below.
I saute the meat and roasted some cubed potatoes. Cut them up to bite size pieces. I put 2 pieces of meat & 3 or 4 cubes of potatoes.
Fold up and over like a giant dumpling or pirogies. Be sure to pinch the edges together tightly.
Lay flat and sprinkle some cheese on top. Bake for 20-30 minutes in a 350 degree F (176 degree C) until golden brown on the bottom.
Rations are great frozen and heated or packaged tightly for a long journey. Best heated over a campfire but can be eaten cool and on the run.