Native American fry bread

United States
February 10, 2007 12:02pm CST
Do you know what it is? Do you like it? I make it with sugar and cinn. for a desert, or plain with butter.
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• United States
10 Feb 07
I am cherokee and I love frybread! All my friends love it,too!
• United States
10 Feb 07
If you are cherokee, than you have also eaten yam fry bread right? I love that as well.
@AskAlly (3627)
• Canada
11 Feb 07
This sounds alot like banock. We made it alot when the kids were little. I would give them each a ball to roll out and they would wrap it around a stick and cook it over the fire. Sometimes I put raisins in it and they would put butter and cinnamon sugar on it and eat it that way.
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• United States
10 Feb 07
The only fried bread I know is what we used to eat at breakfast with bacon and eggs. After the eggs are fried in the bacon grease on goes the bread until it is crispy. Yummy but loaded with calories.
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@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Yes, an important part of my history. Not a fan of fried bread though. When done in the dry pan it is ok, however, I do like a fluffy bread. Do eat french toast but not alot. So to answer your questions it Yes I know what it is, I like it just Ok, and your options is about all I consider. Though would add some maple syrum with the butter.
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• Ireland
10 Feb 07
My daughter's sister in law was staying with us for a while. She is living in the USA and she made cinnamon fried bread which sounds like what you describe. She fried the bread in butter then spread cinnamon and sugar on it. My grandchildren adore it, but it is a bit sweet for me.
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