good authentic ingredients and good directions.
So easy if I can do it anyone can!
Tasted just like the fry bread we get at the historical society annual get together. Surprisingly easy to make! Now that I know how, we will have this often. Thnx for sharing this recipe, Dissie. Made for PAC Fall 2009.
This recipe is easy and amazing. I turn my oven on to 350 for one minute and then turn it off, then cover my dough with a tea towel before popping it into the warm oven so that my dough gets nice and happy! This bread is crispy, delicious, and perfect with some salted butter & apple compote or even something more savory, like seasoned meat of your choice & taco toppings! I think it'd also be great with some chili, onions and cheese!
This is my FAVORITE! We have the same exact recipe in Turkish cuisine! Such a delicious treat to have straight from the stove top!
Just made a half batch holy cow r these things delicious
Very authentic, we make this very often. Another we use the fry bread for is strawberry shortcake. Just cut in half. Or butter n jelly, as said in tacos, or as use in ceramonies. It's just like my mom makes, very good recipe.
I can't believe this recipe is a Native American one. In Argentina we make exactly the same! We call them tortas fritas in Spanish ,in my opinion means exactly fry bread. We use to cook them in cold winter afternoons (especially on weekends) and eat them while drinking mate. But we just sprinkle some sugar or salt on them. Never heard anyone eating it with anything else or in a different manner. And now I need to make some! Yummy!
Love this recipe the fry bread come out so light and fluffy.
Easy and perfectly fluffy. I made larger pieces and ended up only getting 4 out of this recipe. I'll be using this at our next camp out!