Homemade Fry Bread
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + standing Cook: 15 min.
Thanks. I don’t know if this is like something served on South America or not, but this is very tradition southwestern food found in Utah and Arizona. Very similar to the fry bread made by the Navajo Indians. I’ve eaten this kind of fry bread at Indian Pow Wows in Utah. Thanks again for the recipe.
Delicious but then again anything fried is delicious. To both Tete and Donna.... how about trying to make it first before posting any stars. Both of you shouldn't have posted reviews.
Tete: Unfair to rate zero stars if you haven't tried making the dish!
I am from Uruguay, South America, and down there this is called TORTAS FRITAS. They also cook it in Argentina, and it's part of our culture. We seldom use honey on top, or anything sweet for that matter, just plain. I have seen a version of it in some Mexican restaurants, they are called Sopapillas and as they don't make the little hole in the middle, they come out blown up. They are also sweeter than the real thing. All right, I suppose... but I prefer the actual south American version. I use only Crisco for frying, but NOT the buttery kind. I make them at home all the time even though I have been in the States since 1964. Try it!