I never measure my ingredients. I go by sight and feel. It still comes out edible ... or dog food. Either way, someone gets to eat.

I never measure my ingredients. I go by sight and feel. It still comes out edible ... or dog food. Either way, someone gets to eat.

The tradition of Indian fry bread is common among Southwestern tribes, it is the Navajo who developed this recipe. Including history and Indian Taco Recipe.

Indian Fry Bread and Indian Taco Recipe, Whats Cooking America

The tradition of Indian fry bread is common among Southwestern tribes, it is the Navajo who developed this recipe. Including history and Indian Taco Recipe.

My Grandmother made excellent fry bread. It is different from a typical scone, made with yeast. It uses Baking Powder for the rising agent. It is simple to make, and even more delicious to eat. I like to sprinkle with Cinnamon & Sugar, or make excellent Tacos on top of Fry Bread.We are having…

FRY BREAD

My Grandmother made excellent fry bread. It is different from a typical scone, made with yeast. It uses Baking Powder for the rising agent. It is simple to make, and even more delicious to eat. I like to sprinkle with Cinnamon & Sugar, or make excellent Tacos on top of Fry Bread.We are having…

Frybread- Traditional Seminole Native American Dish Recipe    by sparkrecipes  #Frybread

Frybread- Traditional Seminole Native American Dish

Frybread- Traditional Seminole Native American Dish Recipe by sparkrecipes #Frybread

Love pumpkin. Enjoy it year round with this Pumpkin Fry Bread #Recipe

Pumpkin Fry Bread

Native American Frybread

Native American Frybread

Indian Tacos~Indian tacos AKA Navajo tacos are like tacos but made with Indian frybread (AKA Navajo frybread) in place of the tortilla. They are drop-dead delicious. (And pretty much drop-dead unhealthy due to the frying and the, uh … all the

Country Fair Fried Dough  2 cups Flour  2 t baking powder  3/4 t salt  Work in 2 T cold unsalted butter, in 1/2″ cubes, using a pastry blender, your fingers, or a mixer.  Stir in 3/4 cup lukewarm water, and mix to make a soft dough. Let sit 15 min.  Divide into 8 balls and flatten fry in peanut oil till brown flipping once. Serve with honey, powdered sugar or fruit topping.

Country Fair Fried Dough 2 cups Flour 2 t baking powder 3/4 t salt Work in 2 T cold unsalted butter, in 1/2″ cubes, using a pastry blender, your fingers, or a mixer. Stir in 3/4 cup lukewarm water, and mix to make a soft dough. Let sit 15 min. Divide into 8 balls and flatten fry in peanut oil till brown flipping once. Serve with honey, powdered sugar or fruit topping.

Soft, pillowy, homemade naan is easier to make than you think and it's great for sandwiches, pizza, dipping, and more.

Naan

Soft, pillowy, homemade naan is easier to make than you think and it's great for sandwiches, pizza, dipping, and more.

Indian Frybread  4 cups of flour 1 tbs. baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 2 tbs. powdered milk 1 ½ cups warm water 1 cup shortening Extra flour to flour your hands  Directions: Put flour in bowl, add baking powder, salt and powdered milk. Mix. Mix in warm water to form dough. Cover hands in flour. Knead dough by hand until soft but not sticky. Cover with a cloth and let stand for 15 minutes.

Indian Fry Bread

Indian Frybread 4 cups of flour 1 tbs. baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 2 tbs. powdered milk 1 ½ cups warm water 1 cup shortening Extra flour to flour your hands Directions: Put flour in bowl, add baking powder, salt and powdered milk. Mix. Mix in warm water to form dough. Cover hands in flour. Knead dough by hand until soft but not sticky. Cover with a cloth and let stand for 15 minutes.

Crunchy on the outside, light and airy in the middle.

A Step-By-Step Guide to Making Frybread

Crunchy on the outside, light and airy in the middle.

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Make Ojibwe Style Frybread

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