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Jennifer_4

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Fried Bread Mon, 05/8/06 5:40 PM (permalink)
They forgot my absolute favorite on that poll:

Native American fried bread for Navajo tacos! I love them either simply fried plain, with cheese, cinnamon and sugar or all the way with chili and taco fixings! yum!
 
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    wanderingjew

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    RE: Fried Bread Mon, 05/8/06 5:55 PM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Jennifer_4

    They forgot my absolute favorite on that poll:

    Native American fried bread for Navajo tacos! I love them either simply fried plain, with cheese, cinnamon and sugar or all the way with chili and taco fixings! yum!


    I believe that Native American Fry bread is almost synonymous with Utah Scones
     
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      Jennifer_4

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      RE: Fried Bread Mon, 05/8/06 6:48 PM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by wanderingjew

      quote:
      Originally posted by Jennifer_4

      They forgot my absolute favorite on that poll:

      Native American fried bread for Navajo tacos! I love them either simply fried plain, with cheese, cinnamon and sugar or all the way with chili and taco fixings! yum!


      I believe that Native American Fry bread is almost synonymous with Utah Scones


      ahhhh.. never having had them.. I didn't know..
       
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        MilwFoodlovers

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        RE: Fried Bread Mon, 05/8/06 7:29 PM (permalink)
        Dee-lish! I had heard a number of Jamaicans talking about something called festival which isn't all that common but is well liked. When I finally had some, it was Native American fry bread but in a slightly different shape. Their's was strictly for dinner and not covered with sugar. It too is dee-lish.
         
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          NYNM

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          RE: Fried Bread Mon, 05/8/06 11:01 PM (permalink)
          Did you see the movie Smoke Signals, a great Native American film? I got my daughter a cool t-shirt from the movie that says: "Fry Bread Power!"
           
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            WVHillbilly

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            RE: Fried Bread Tue, 05/9/06 12:06 AM (permalink)
            Fry bread is a very basic dough flattened and deep fried. Don't have the recipe handy, but it's available on-line.
            Ya kinda get tired of Indian tacos after about the third pow-wow of the year. I've got a buddy who used to run a fry bread stand and he hates the things.
             
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              jellybear

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              RE: Fried Bread Tue, 05/9/06 4:03 PM (permalink)
              I take pizza dough that has risen and cut it up in small pieces and deep ry it and shake powered sugar over it and my little kids freak out over it.My Father used to make it for me and my Sister.Kind of like a Benign.
               
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                dreamzpainter

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                RE: Fried Bread Mon, 05/15/06 7:49 AM (permalink)
                A tube of pop out dinner rolls cut into pieces and dropped in a deep fry.. my kids liked them with cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar
                 
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                  baughman

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                  RE: Fried Bread Thu, 05/18/06 7:47 AM (permalink)
                  My mom use to fry up big pieces and we put butter and syrup on it.
                   
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                    tabkat

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                    • Location: mondovi, WI
                    RE: Fried Bread Sun, 06/4/06 9:21 PM (permalink)
                    if anyone knows where to get fry bread power t-shirts let me know please
                     
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                      roossy90

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                      RE: Fried Bread Sun, 06/4/06 9:32 PM (permalink)
                      quote:
                      Originally posted by tabkat

                      if anyone knows where to get fry bread power t-shirts let me know please

                      Google has a few sites listed.
                       
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                        NYNM

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                        RE: Fried Bread Sun, 06/4/06 10:01 PM (permalink)
                        quote:
                        Originally posted by tabkat

                        if anyone knows where to get fry bread power t-shirts let me know please

                        We got ours at the Insitute of American Indian Arts Museum in Santa Fe.
                        (website: www.iaiacad.org/store)

                        listed under apparel $20.00 ($15 kid's size)
                        bright blue with "superman/fry bread power" red & yellow shield. (I'd load up the website if I knew how...)
                         
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                          NYNM

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                          RE: Fried Bread Sun, 06/4/06 10:05 PM (permalink)
                          quote:
                          Originally posted by NYNM

                          quote:
                          Originally posted by tabkat

                          if anyone knows where to get fry bread power t-shirts let me know please

                          We got ours at the Insitute of American Indian Arts Museum in Santa Fe.
                          (website: www.iaiacad.org/store)

                          listed under apparel $20.00 ($15 kid's size)
                          bright blue with "superman/fry bread power" red & yellow shield. (I'd load up the website if I knew how...)


                          Somehow that didn't come out right. Google Institute of American Indian Arts. Nice website.
                           
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