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    Recently we went to arizona and had this yummy treat so had to find the recipe as soon as we got home.. You can make them bigger which I will do next time, the circles go really quick.. :)

    Recipe #117388

    Southwest fry bread is flat, growing up in the midwest we used to have soup with fry bread that had nooks and crannys that butter, honey and jelly pooled into. So far this is the best recipe to mimick that fry bread we had at school.

    Recipe #213012

    This is my daughter's absolute favorite meal and she requests it any time she can. She always has me make it for her new boyfriends' first meal at our house. Hopefully I can stop making them for that occasion because I really like her current boyfriend (UPDATE 2008: Guess I have to keep making these 'cuz the boyfriend turned fiance ended up being a DUD) :-)! Everyone always gives this meal great reviews and although it is a bit time-consuming, it is very much worth it! Start the Meat and Bean Mixture first and then when you take the lid of the pan to reduce the liquid, start the Fry Bread recipe so that they are still warm when you are ready to serve.

    Recipe #225907

    This past weekend my DH and I went up to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center here in Albuquerque and attended some interesting talks about Native seed gathering and food. This recipe was included in the offerings. It was delicious. The cooks put assorted toppings on the fry bread. It was my first time trying it and I thought it was delicious.

    Recipe #261938

    From the 222 Recipes-The Greek Cookery Book. A gift from NurseJaney. This bread is the bread I ate in Santorini when I visitied my family. I love Greece and loved visiting this unique island. This is a fast and easy delightful bread to make and has a lovely flavor. The colors from the ingredients stand out. It brings a little bit of old world flavor with it and to your home. It is very quick to make. Enjoy a little bit of Greece. The picture on the book cover is a place we walked and stayed near. ********* this contains no eggs, milk, dairy, meat

    Recipe #359995

    This recipe can be cooked over coals,grill or stove and oven. The original recipe called for wild onions & buffalo berries. I have adapted. The meat was also venison. You can use beef,elk, antelope, turkey or ground chicken. Instructions look complicated but very easy.

    Recipe #174079

    From "Great Whole Grain Breads" by Beatrice Ojakangas. This is really, really fast and tasty...I like it with butter or cream cheese. You can find barley flour in most natural food stores and many large supermarkets.

    Recipe #176633

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    From a Swedish cookbook left to me by my dear Swedish neighbor. These are awesome, I never thought to just make fritters with nothing but cinnamon! I have yet to make them but when Millie made them I was always sure to get some.

    Recipe #137044

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