We liked it. It was to much water and took a lot of flour to make the dough stiff. I would make it again.
Very tough dough, couldnt even cut it. I won't make this again.
I made half a recipe of the fry bread and it was great. I used leftover meat from Shredded Beef or Pork Chimichangas. Loved it. Will have this one often.
This was a bit hit with the family. My 5year old loved it (although the toppings she put on was Cheese and Sour Cream with the meat/bean mixture underneath. Very, very filling. I couldn't eat a whole one, but I think I made the fry bread's too big. Had leftover's so tonight will make just the fry bread again!
Not bad, but very temperamental dough. I had to add quite a bit of flour to get it to form a stiff dough. It cooked up nicely, but a bit too chewy for biting. This was because of the extra flour and working, I'm sure. I might try this one again, but not sure. Can't rate anything else, as all I made from this was the bread. Thanks for the recipe, anyway.
The fulfilling Tacos I have ever had. Our family usually buys those hard/soft taco shells and we go through them like mad. Well No More...we will be using this recipe from here on out. I only ate one and a half tacos and could usually eat 4 to 5 of the other kind...and still feel like I could eat more. Thank you so much for posting this recipe, it is now worth while for me to make Tacos...and the Bread is really good!!!!! Oh and mine made 10 tacos because I made small ones for my little man...who said hmm this good supper mommy! thanks
This was very good. I used only half a can of refried beans as my family are not huge bean fans. We had enough filling left over for "mexican spaghetti" the next night. I had some trouble with the fry bread. I ended up with a very wet dough and extremely messy hands. Next time I'll be more light handed when adding the water. After adding more flour, kneading it for a bit and letting it sit for 10 or so minutes, I had more success. I fried them in a dry skillet to avoid the extra oil and they turned out great.
Oh wow! Girl this is a dang good recipee for frybread! My husband loves it! Heck I love it!!!! :)
Wow, these are great! I made 6 fry-bread shells with the dough and didn't get them quite plate-sized. I think I need more practice, and my family assured me that they would gladly eat all the practice I can muster! I started out with the oil not hot enough, and quickly adjusted up to high heat so they would cook faster and absorb less oil. For the meat and bean mixture, I substituted 1 c. TVP softened in 1 c. water for the hamburger, then proceeded with the beans and some chipotle taco seasoning mix I had on hand. It was incredible, and I've already been thinking about all the ways I can use that scrumptious filling. Thank you for a wonderful and fun recipe. Our DD is only a year or two away from dating, so it's good to have a "boyfriend meal" ready to go!!! :-)