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wyote 06-23-2008 12:44 PM

Fry bread
 
Anyone got a good recipe for fry bread?

Va Hunter 06-23-2008 02:32 PM

Depends on what yer callin frybread.

A box of sweet corn muffin mix. Mix up by directions and add a small minced onion. Drop slowly into frying pan that has about a cup of oil in it. The oil has to be HOT! Beware of splashing. Let them cook until they lift and flip them carefully. Remove from oil onto a paper towel. These taste kinda like a huge hush puppy.

Ya'll ever tried a fried applebutter pie??

bowing4bulls 06-23-2008 03:03 PM

I love Southwestern frybread! but I do not have a recipe for it.

wyote 06-23-2008 06:51 PM

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Originally Posted by bowing4bulls (Post 15573)
I love Southwestern frybread! but I do not have a recipe for it.

Thats what I'm looking for. I've had "indian fry bread" and one of the mtn man rondy's.

A friend says his mom has a recipe that she got from a navajo years ago. But I haven't heard back from him yet!

wyote 06-23-2008 06:53 PM

VA hunter
I haven't tried the apple butter pie, but it sure sounds good!;)

Monie 06-24-2008 12:32 PM

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Originally Posted by wyote (Post 15564)
Anyone got a good recipe for fry bread?

DANG IT DANG IT DANG IT!!!!!


I thought YOU were giving US a recipe!! :mad:

nebrhuntress 07-11-2008 08:54 AM

Here is the receipe!
 
OOPS!!!! I wrote this down from memory and then went home to double check the receipe-I had too much sugar and baking pwdr! hope no one made it yet!Here's my G-pa's recipe he was born and raised on the Winnebago indian reservation, no he is not an indian he is a Ho-Chunk(that's what they call him)Any who~~I just made this at camp over the weekend-we had Fry Bread Tacos.* It is not a true native recipe because it has yeast and most were just made with baking powder. I have had several versions of this, but this is by far the best. I always have to make a double batch! 1 pkg yeast2 cups of lukewarm watermix together and let sit for a few minutesAdd the following to the yeast mixture4 cups of flour1/2 cup of sugar 2 Tsp of baking powder1 teaspoon of saltmix together until moist (a fork works best), cover with a warm damp towel and let rise until double. Punch down and pinch off pieces, stretch out and fry in hot oil. I usually keep my hands floured as I am working with the dough or it is too sticky.ENJOY!!!:D


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