Fry-Bread

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Bannock By Cuddly

Decided to take some pics of the Bannock making process.


4 cups (approx) flour
1 ½ heaping tablespoons Baking Powder (Make sure it’s active)
1 teaspoon salt (to taste) 
1 milk jug (I don’t measure) of LUKE warm water

Mix the flour and baking powder really well first. Then, add salt. 

Make a well in the centre and start adding the water slowly and start mixing. (see next image for consistency) 

Fry on medium/high heat until both side golden brown. 

Enjoy!

Presenting “Exhibit A”, my lunch. It’s a fry bread taco. Though not a taco in terms of being able to fold the sides up and chow down.

It’s an “open taco”, so the fry bread just sits there and gets smothered by pinto beans and shredded beef and lettuce and diced tomotoes and New Mexico green chile and cheese and sour cream and guacamole.

And did I mention the fry bread? Because FRY BREAD. It is literally one of the best things in life ever, and we need a tweetup here like NOW so the internet can come over and see for itself that I speak truth. Nay, gospel!