6 Reviews

I knew I had to make some of these after returning from Texas last week. I'm not sure if they turned out like they're supposed to, but they were very good. We filled them with Chicken Fajitas - Crock Pot. My son commented that they were just like Taco Bell's...and that's a compliment! Only one and we were stuffed! Thanks for posting this!

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DuChick January 10, 2009

Super easy and tasty! First had this a month ago in the Grand Canyon (Navajo Fry Bread)- discovered this recipe and gave it a whirl. I think it needs more salt- but that's a personal preference. I always get nervous frying stuff, but you don't need to deep fry it to get great results!

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Gillian P. April 19, 2016

Turned out great! I made half a recipe but used lard instead of veg. shortening. which I didn't have. Used with leftover Chiliiest chili, lettuce, and cheese for a great meal.

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adopt a greyhound May 01, 2014

Easy and they taste great! I didn't want to fry them, so I cooked on a flat cast iron grill that I greased with a little shortening. I had to watch them carefully so they didn't over cook. Great taste!

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Jb Tyler, TX October 05, 2009

Easy and a great result we have used them with Indian and Mexican work really well thanks for sharing

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Ginhead September 21, 2009

Yumm! Did not have tortillas on hand tonight. Tried these instead. A little greasy, but I do not think my oil was hot enough to begin with. Delicious. Reminded me of chimachangas!

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colonial homeschool ma March 23, 2009
Mexican Fry Bread (Mexican Fried Gorditas)