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Fry-bread by Cowman

Have I told you lately that I love Cowman? I have many reasons, but I am only here to share one of them with you at the moment. He is a great cook! I love nights when he decides to cook and I am free to just sit back and watch. He made Fry-Bread tacos tonight which is one of his favorites, as it is easy, filling, and all the kids love it! The fact that there is no grumbling about what’s for dinner makes this recipe a keeper! The fact that I don’t have to cook is a good reason also!

Another wonderful thing about fry-bread? It does not have just one job. Dinner bread? check!  Taco shell? check! Breakfast? check! Yes, breakfast too! Warm, drizzled with honey and sprinkled with powdered sugar…..oh boy I may need to make more in the morning! Yes, I believe I shall. Why not go ahead and join us?!

Fry-Bread by Hubby         Recipe makes 12           370 carbs total

4 C. flour

1/2 tsp. salt                                               Lard for frying

1 T. baking powder

1  1/2 C. milk

Super easy directions here we go.

  • Mix everything together.

Fry-Bread ~ From a Montana Front Porch

Fry-Bread~ From a Montana Front Porch

Fry-Bread~ From a Montana Front Porch

This is a very ugly dough if I do say so myself. And on top of being ugly it’s tough to work with. Thankfully what it lacks in looks it makes up for in taste! Now you are going to knead this hunk of ugliness  into some semblance of order.

Fry-Bread~ From a Montana Front Porch

See?! Even after kneading it’s still not pretty.

Now divide this into 12 equal pieces….

Fry Bread~ From a Montana Front Porch

and attempt to roll them out to your desired size.  This is the time when I need to warn you that the rolling out of this dough is not easy. It is very elastic and just when you think you have managed to make it listen to you, it springs back into a pathetic little circle that is not big enough to do anything with. And Don’t flour your counter, you want it to be able to ‘stick’ to something or you will be fighting a losing battle! Just keep at it and it will eventually give up and listen. Now if only I could get the kids to follow this example!

Fry-Bread ~ From a Montana Front Porch

Fry-Bread~ From a Montana Front Porch

While you are doing this, place your lard in a big pan, cast iron is perfect for this, and heat it up so it’s really hot. When it is, place a piece of bread in and watch it get all puffy.

Fry-Bread~ From a Montana Front Porch

This part doesn’t take long so don’t let them burn! When they look nice and golden flip them and repeat.

Fry-Bread~ From a Montana Front Porch

Fry-Bread~ From a Montana Front Porch

Now the rest is up to you. How will you be consuming these? Simple bread, taco shells, or breakfast? As I mentioned at the beginning of this, we chose taco’s .

Fry-Bread Tacos~ From a Montana Front Porch

Fry-Bread Tacos~ From a Montana Front Porch

Do you have something different that you do with Fry-Bread? I would love more ideas if you do! And don’t forget to tell me how it turns out when you try it!

Love from here,

Bobbie

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16 responses »

  1. OK, I got the stuff and I’m tryin it!!! Take Care and God Bless :-) Kenny T

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  2. YUH-UM!!! I am SO making this. :-)

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  3. We call these Navaho Tacos…and they are a favorite here too!

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  4. Looks yummy! I’ll give it a try!

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  5. Oh to be sitting on your front porch waiting for those to be made……

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  6. These look fantastic and easy! Are they similar to Tiger Paws, like you get at the fair? Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  7. This looks so yummy! Thanks so much for sharing this on The HomeAcre Hop!
    Hope to see you on Thursday at:
    http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/03/the-homeacre-h…iveaway-winner.html

    I changed the starting time for the hop to Thurs morning and we’ll be announcing the winner of the seed giveaway!

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