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Native american...stuffed fry bread!!

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posted on Mar, 19 2004 @ 01:16 PM
Heres a good ol native american powwow food...
its yummmmmmy!

stuffed fry bread!


Self rising flour
Warm water
Ground beef 2-3 pounds
Taco seasonings 2 packs
Salsa 1 medium jar
Grated cheese
Onion large
Canned chopped tomatoes 2 cans



Cook your meat drain it good, put in onion chopped, salsa, taco seasonings, and canned chopped tomatoes.
Let this cook for 5-7 minutes till most of the sauce is gone let it cool down for 15 minutes.
Make your fry bread with flour and water has to be like biscuits.
Roll out each fry bread - roll it out as usual.
Put spoonful of (depends on size of fry) bread meat mixture with cheese into each fry bread take water to seal the bread edges. Make sure it is together good or else it will open up (then you have a mess).
Then deep fry as you would your fry bread.

Note: It is a big hit at gatherings.


Servings: Five-Ten

[edit on 17-1-2006 by asala]

posted on Mar, 19 2004 @ 06:04 PM
I will have to try making this!!!!
Sounds lovely!!!!
I love Fry Bread!!!!

posted on Mar, 19 2004 @ 06:52 PM
errrm.....they're originally russian.
thx 4 nicking the most exclusive russian "bluda" served today.
calling it american???

correct it to russian, the recipe's russian, i should know.:bnghd:

posted on Mar, 19 2004 @ 07:55 PM

calm down...

This has been cooked for 100's of years used by the natives,

got any proof!!! lol

Native Americans developed all the major lineages of corn--flint, dent, sweet, flour, and pop--by the time Columbus arrived in the New World. Settlers adopted and continued the hybridization of corn, and pushed natives into increasingly marginal lands.

Two hundred-sixty years after the Powhatan saved the settlers of Jamestown, the Mennonites settlers came to North America bringing Turkey red wheat, the first wheat capable of growing on the open plains. (See Plants that Changed History, September 11, 2001) Although prairie soils were deep and rich, they were often too dry or cold for corn. Being grasses, neither corn nor wheat need pollinators; these plants are dependent upon the wind.

[Edited on 19-3-2004 by asala]

[Edited on 19-3-2004 by asala]

posted on Mar, 19 2004 @ 09:40 PM
Thanks for the recipe! I'll have to give it a try.

On it says the following about fry bread but doesn't mention 'stuffed':

Fry Bread
A thin, fried bread made from flour, water or milk, and salt. Fry bread is a traditional bread of many Southwest Native Americans.

posted on Mar, 19 2004 @ 10:11 PM
I don't mind if its from America, Russia or Pixyland - I want some !

posted on Mar, 20 2004 @ 03:19 AM
Can I fill it with cake frosting instead of meat and cheese?

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