Navajo Fry Bread Recipe
You can't go far in the Four Corners without finding some Navajo fry bread for sale. This legendary Native American bread is found at fairs, rodeos, ceremonials, pageants, graduations and any other reason to celebrate. It can be eaten alone, with honey or as a full meal when served as the Navajo Taco. Below you will find the Navajo Fry Bread Recipe.
3 Cups Flour
1 Pinch Salt
3 Teaspoons Baking Powder
1 Cup Hot Water
Mix ingredients together in large mixing bowl. If dough starts to stick, add more flour. If dough starts to clump together, add more hot water.
After mixing dough ingredients cover in a bowl and let rise for 10 - 15 minutes.
Heat 16" diameter skillet to 175 degrees. Pour in corn oil or lard and let heat.
Flatten dough into a 14" circle with rolling pin.
Place rolled dough into skillet. Fry each side until color is golden brown.
Add a little honey and enjoy!