native American fry bread – deep fryer. Fry bread is one of those things that is so amazing, but so few people know about it! I first discovered it last time I went out west when I ordered a Navajo taco, curious about what kind of spin on a classic Mexican meal it would be, and it came out flat on what looked like a deep-fried tortilla. This Native American fry bread recipe passed down through the generations makes a quick and easy deep-fried treat with a hint of sweetness.
I have never seen a Native American make fry bread with yeast, at least not in Arizona. I can't imagine that they would even taste remotely like the fry bread I know. OR you can eat them with butter, or add honey or jelly! You can have native American fry bread – deep fryer using 5 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of native American fry bread – deep fryer
- Prepare 2 cup of flour.
- It’s 1 tsp of salt.
- You need 3 tsp of baking powder.
- You need 1 cup of water.
- Prepare 1 of oil.
You can also slice in half and use as hamburger buns. Sometimes I 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!
native American fry bread – deep fryer instructions
- heat the oil – if a sprinkle of water makes the grease pop then it is ready.
- Combine flour, salt and baking powder. Add water and stIr all together to make a soft dough..
- Turn out on to well floured board and pat down to half inch thickness with floured hands..
- Pull a palm size piece and flatten ..don't forget to poke hole in the middle.
- Fry in hot oil until brown on both sides.
Here's a simple recipe that explains how to make fry bread! You can put savory toppings on it such as ground beef, tomatoes. Fry bread is a Native American bread, and there are many versions, depending on the region and the tribe. It may be made with yeast and cornmeal, while some recipes add shortening, lard, or another fat, or include an egg. This recipe is made with all-purpose flour and baking powder, creating a very simple fry bread with no extra fat or eggs.