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Old 10-09-2001, 02:52 PM   #21
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Mine is the best!!! :) :)
Don't ask my recipe. I do it different every time. Depends on how many folks I'm feeding.
I've had compliments from little old ladies. You can't beat that kind of critique.

I'm not humble when it comes to makin' frybread.
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Old 10-09-2001, 03:56 PM   #22
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yeast? really? i've never seen that before. hmm.

my favorite is my great grandmother's recipe, which, thanks to my upbringing, i didn't even know was frybread until i was about 20. we called them something else. i wish one of my grandmothers was still around to make it. no one else has really been able to recreate it the same.

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Old 10-10-2001, 01:52 AM   #23
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How far back does fry bread date? & what did they use for baking powder and/or yeast back in the old days? How did they make it back then? I have a recipe for it, but I would welcome any others too...if anyone out there is willing to share their recipes. Thanks. ;)
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Old 10-11-2001, 04:53 AM   #24
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Use just enough oil so as not to start the pan on fire....hahahahaaha, I find that when my wife surprises me with frybread, I should not ask about the 'secret recipe' lest I only get just one frybread.....hehehehehe.....just kidding folks......the way I make it.....I only use the basic ingredients, such as frozen bread dough, oops.....wrong crowd.....hehehehehehehe, meant just the flour, baking powder, sugar and water and JUST enough oil in my pan as to not DROWN the dough, get what I'm saying???? Oh I'd say just about to the half way point of your dough, with the lower part of the bread just TOUCHING the bottom of the pan.......trust me, the bread will just FLOAT out of the pan......... :D
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I need to clarify that I have a fry bread recipe. But not a old recipe (at least I dont think that it is old) it is a basic easy really good recipe, but I want a recipe that maybe they would have used back in the old days...before baking powder?, etc..
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The oldest recipes are the same ones that we have now. The recipe that I have is probably the most authentic.
3 cups flour
1/2tsp salt (opt.)
1 tbslp. baking powder
1 cup warm water

Then just fry them in corn oil.
Oh, man are they ever good!
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Below is some text that I found on fry bread history. Check it out.
about fry bread:
"Most Indians were not oven people," Waltena explains. "We were corn people. When Indians were moved onto reservations, the government began issuing them salt, baking soda, and flour. They did not know how to use the flour. A lot of it was just dumped out. Then, when they learned to make dough, there were no ovens, so they simply fried it. About every tribe came up with some sort of fry bread"

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Thanks theresa for your help i will try that and see how good it tastes! I am sure it will be good *Yum* fry bread!
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Old 10-13-2001, 04:09 PM   #28
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I've always made my bread the way my grandma made it. Instead of water she used milk or half milk/half water. Give it a try, it makes good bre3ad. I know when I make it, I can't cook it fast enough :D
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my sister in-law makes the beat fry bread :D :) :D
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Interesting thing about frybread - when I travelled out west a few years back, the frybread they cooked was like a whole bowl, deep and good and cheap. Here, in the east, it seems the portions are getting smaller and smaller, now some are much smaller than the diameter of a paper plate, but the price keeps going up. :p So, here's my question - how do we get everyone to make a standard frybread - maybe we should create a frybread guideline directory, eh?

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I guess we need a good laugh :D A few years back i caught the kitchen curtain on fire LOL the stove was by the window and the curtain hung down by the stove, i was cooking fry bread and turned around for a few seconds and when i turned back around the curtain was on fire i tryed to put it out but it wasn't working the mexican guy that lived in the alley right behind us was looking like what are you doing!!!!!anyways I ran and woke hubby up. The kitchen is on fire he jumps up and i will not even tell you what he said lol and he put it out ;)
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LOL to FAITH! i got in a Indian country news powwow addition a recipe for sweet southern frybread (that's what i think it's called) haven't tried it yet but as soon as i find the issue i will post the recipe.
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Soup Recipes

I'm freezing,and when I get cold I think of soup,and I was thinking about this Mohawk elder one time at a pow wow made some soup,she called it Mohawk soup,it had beans and corn and I think barley in it,and I'm trying to find a recipe for it,does anyone have this recipe? And also for any other good soups to make when it's cold out?

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Old 10-18-2001, 12:37 AM   #34
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Hangover soup!:D

Everyone has a different name for this soup. I don't have hangovers but this soup is sure good.

I think every NDN has eaten it unless they were born with a silver spoon.

Macaroni, tomatoes, onions, hamburger. Those are the basics.

I add celery, chopped garlic, diced carrots.

Tastes great with a few drops of tabasco.:Devil
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Hey lngthr. You should post your soup recipe, you know the one with the puppy!! :D
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Yeah, I thought about it, Sahnish....but then you know I might not be able to mass market it. You know, there might just be a big enough demand out there for Mutt in a Can....hmmmm......could give Campbells a go, huh?? LOL...

Then again, maybe not. :p
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HEY! We just had hangover soup for supper a couple nights ago (but no hangovers!). For just the right kick, I add a dash of cayenne pepper instead of tabasco.
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Just enough green for flavor, ennit....:D
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You got that right Sahnish... And we're not talking green chile either people:D :D

Close to lunch time and here we're talking about taneega... boy am I hungry now... I get the bible!!
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