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I've made fry bread since I was a child. All you need is flour salt baking powder and something to fry it in. Lard works the best. Get rid of all the other junk that serves no purpose and you have some real fry bread.
Well this recipe is complicated enough but no good. I have 3 Navyjoes to feed and they were not impressed. I have used the non-fat dry milk powder in my frybread as well as regular room temp. milk and with good results. The secret to frybread is in the mixing as any good fry bread maker will tell you not ice water or sea salt its the way you mix your dough and don't forget to put some love into your dough! Cast Iron skillet is best for not burning your bread as another poster stated. I have never put lard in the mix yucko and if you mix the dry ingredients right first then make a well and mix in the wet ingreadients just so and never forget the love of your family as you are mixing and don't over mix you can cook without the two hour wait and make your authentic frybread. Love is an essential ingredient never make it when you're mad! hahaha
Wow I have never seen fry bread like this and have at least a dozen recipes! Had to try though. Nothing like my Grandmothers made. Quite strange for someone raised on fry bread. Good just not fry bread. Grandmother told me how the Old People made fry bread to live through lean times hard to imagine them having kosher salt and ice water!