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Native American Fry Bread

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Ingredients

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2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon seasoning salt or 1 teaspoon table salt
1 cup steaming tap water
vegetable oil (for frying)

Nutritional information

152.8
Calories
3 g
Calories From Fat
0.4 g
Total Fat
0.1 g
Saturated Fat
0 mg
Cholesterol
183.6 mg
Sodium
32.4 g
Carbs
1.1 g
Dietary Fiber
0.1 g
Sugars
4.3 g
Protein
83 g
Serving Size

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Native American Fry Bread

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    I love this recipe, I always double the recipe to make 12 servings because my big household family likes to eat it either just hot out of the pan with butter, jam or syrup, or as a Nisga'a taco dinner. I only knead it a couple times when shaping it with greased hands in the bowl, cover it with saran wrap, and let it sit for a few hours...it really does help to let it sit longer, makes the dough more fluffier...when frying them, I only fry for 30 seconds on each side, they are light & golden and soo good! the trick is not to over work and over knead your dough, when shaping it in a ball with greased hands, it should be still soft and pliable, not sticky, and holds together.

    • 55 min
    • Serves 6
    • Easy

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    Native American Fry Bread,Very easy recipe for fried bread used to make Indian Tacos. OR you can eat them with butter, or add honey or jelly! You can also slice in half and use as hamburger buns. Many possibilities. Sometimes use garlic salt and eat them with spaghetti. They make great dippers for chili too! To make the indian tacos you just put your favorite taco ingredients on top and enjoy!,I love this recipe, I always double the recipe to make 12 servings because my big household family likes to eat it either just hot out of the pan with butter, jam or syrup, or as a Nisga’a taco dinner. I only knead it a couple times when shaping it with greased hands in the bowl, cover it with saran wrap, and let it sit for a few hours…it really does help to let it sit longer, makes the dough more fluffier…when frying them, I only fry for 30 seconds on each side, they are light & golden and soo good! the trick is not to over work and over knead your dough, when shaping it in a ball with greased hands, it should be still soft and pliable, not sticky, and holds together.,yakie indian fry bread. i would like to learn to make fry bread.


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    Steps

    1
    Done

    Mix Ingredients Together With a Fork in a Medium Bowl. (will Be Sticky).

    2
    Done

    Liberally Grease Your Hands With Vegetable Oil and Shape Dough Into a Ball. Leave Dough in Bowl and Cover With a Towel and Set in Warm Place For Atleast 20 Minutes, but Leaving Longer Makes the Bread Fluffier.

    3
    Done

    When You Are Ready to Make the Bread, Heat Vegetable Oil, Atleast 1 Inch Deep or Deeper in a Frying Pan or Electric Skillet. (around 375 Degrees) Test a Small Ball of Dough in Grease, It Should Float in Grease, not Sit on the Bottom, If It Doesn't Immediately Float, Oil Is not Hot Enough.

    4
    Done

    When Oil Is Ready, Grab a Ball of Dough a Little Bigger Than a Golf Ball and Stretch Out in Your Greased Hands Until Dough Is Flattened Out About the Size of a Large Cookie. Poke a Small Hole in the Center of the Dough With Your Fingers, and Carefully Lay in the Hot Oil.

    5
    Done

    Let Dough Brown to a Golden Brown Before Turning Over and Frying Other Side.

    6
    Done

    Drain on Paper Towels and Serve Immediately.

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