This is a green salsa that is quite mild. Tomatillos are the tomato like vegetable of choice and because of them this salsa has a tangy zesty flavor when combined with the roasted peppers and onions. This recipe was found on another internet site. We have enjoyed it alot.
This salad is almost entirely made up of fresh fruits and chicken. The taste just cannot be beat! I have fixed this for years, and it is a favorite. I think I remember finding this recipe in a Cookbook containing favorite recipes from Home Economics Teachers.
This wonderful sauce is similar to Thousand Island Dressing. Our family loves it. I make it & store it in the refrigerator in a plastic bottle with a pour spout. We also use it on sandwiches. I found this recipe in the Southern Living Magazine.
This is a great recipe for making fry bread for either dessert (sprinkle with powdered sugar), or for making Indian Tacos like those made and served in various Indian villages (with toppings of beans or chili, grated cheese, shredded lettuce, chopped tomato, and sour cream.
This is a recipe I received from a friend several years ago. It is an easy recipe and our family and friends request it often. I freeze cranberrys when they are in season so that I am able to make it year around. I don't think you'll be disappointed with this pie if you like cranberrys!!
This recipe for Navajo Fry bread is from the Rough Rock Demonstration School in Rough Rock AZ. The Navajo people developed this to use the commodities they received from the government. In some recipes you will find that dry milk is also used. Lard was the original fat used to fry the bread.