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Discussion in 'Breads' started by azhunter80, Jan 19, 2011.
Who would like this recipe?
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Count me in...
Mmmmmm..... sopapillas! I remember when I was in school in New Mexico they used to serve a bowl of Frito Pie (frito's topped with chili, lettuce, and sour cream), with some fry bread (sopapillas). That is one of my all time favorite dishes.
Not sopas.....genuine navajo frybread, from the rez, my grams recipe. Goes good with mutton!
That's good stuff I bet! We mostly had Sopa's, but I did have a friend who lived at the Taos Pueblo and his mom made some good fry bread sometimes..... been a long time since I have had any.
post it..........i love a good frybread!
LOL!!! so how many more post do we need to see the unveiling of this???
Seriously though... i am getting antsy
Drum roll please!
Count me as someone who would love to see the recipe
1tbs baking powder
1 tbs powder milk.
Mix in some water to a good dough and let it rest for 1 hour or longer...the longer the softer the inside!
Pull dough balls about 1-1/2 the size of a golf ball through your index and thumb and pinch it off.\
Roll out to about 1/8" thick....make sure you poke you thumb nail though the center or use a knife-this part is very important. If you don't you'll have a big fluffy thingy...hahaha.
Fry in cast iron with about 3/4" of oil, crisco is best! Let it get golden brown before you flip!
I may just have to make some know.
Top it with whatever floats yer boat! I like mine with just salt, the indian way. Powder sugar goes good too.
Mmmm! Sounds yummy! Thanks.
Couldn't get much easier, THANKS!!
Thanks for the recipe. I'll be trying these very soon.
Thanks for the recipe...
I would like a copy please. My mother in law is from New Mexico, but she's never made this for us. It looked wonderful when we've been back out there. Thanks!
This sounds really good. If anyone tries this, would love to see what you think about ease to make, taste and any tips, and of course some pics.