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Old 09-14-2013, 07:33 PM   #11
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Hey this silly woman, drank 1/2 gallon of our biker brew beer last weekend.. she must feel better..

HERE SHE IS WITH HER VERSION of the fry bread..: (I'm off for a nap after doing a barbeque here)

3 cup all purpose flour
1/2 level tsp salt
3 rounded tsp baking powder
3/4 cup milk
1/2 cup warm water

Mix dry ingredients thoroughly with a fork then add milk & water. Mix till well combined. Dough will be slightly sticky. Cover the mixing bowl with a towel & let rest for at least 30 minutes (up to 45 minutes).
Pinch off plum sized pieces of dough & roll out on a floured surface. {We make ours about 6 inches around & they fit well in our large cast iron skillet.}
Pour vegetable oil in your skillet to 1/4" depth & heat over medium heat. When oil is ready, carefully place rolled out dough into skillet & fry for about 1 minute on each side. Move to a paper towel lined plate & continue till you're out of dough.
This recipe will usually make a dozen fry breads for us but it's so easy to half the recipe since they don't really reheat well. We top them with taco fixins or chili & cheese or pulled pork & sauce. We'll take the last few & sprinkle with cinnamon sugar as soon as they leave the skillet & it's the next best thing to an elephant ear pastry from the county fair. Sure to make your belly happy.

Tunnel Hill Ga. I'm a Old biker/construction worker, wore out, tired, relaxing with a homebrew and loving it. Ain't nothing like watching the sun come up over Fort Mountain.
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