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Used this recipe for making Navajo tacos. We were just 4 people for lunch so I halved the recipe. (Used half tablespoon SAF instant yeast.) I thought these were more tender than the fry bread made with baking powder. We enjoyed the meal!
I love this recipe. They puffed up a little more then I wanted so I didn't roll them too thin to prevent. I have be using my own recipe for fry bread for about 20 years but will be changing to this one. Thanks for sharing it.
This was a very delicious recipe. I made a slight alteration I kneaded the dough with flour until it was light and no longer sticky. It also made 12 servings rather than 10 but maybe I like a smaller fry bread.
Great recipe for sweet fry bread. My dad being 100% Navajo does his differently. I made this recipe to eat with chili and it was way too sweet to eat with it. Instead we put butter honey and powdered sugar. It was absolutely delish! I didn't give it 5 stars because I personally think fry bread should be more salty instead of sweet. Although this recipe is a keeper for sweet fry bread!
It's not as good as my mother-in-law makes it but it's pretty good!
Rating: 3 stars
I feel bad giving this three stars because it seems as no one had the problem I did but this was so sticky I probably added at least a cup of extra flour! When I tipped it onto the floured surface It was impossible to work with. I will need to adjust the water next time around!