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    Seriously craving, plan on making them for my fam when I take the kids to school next weekend:

    Fry bread
    refried beans
    Taco meat
    chopped tomatoes
    chopped iceburg lettuce
    chopped onions
    shredded cheese
    taco sauce/hot sauce
    sour cream
    avocado
    olives

    or any combination thereof...

    Make fry bread
    slap about a tbsp of refried beans on there
    slap a good circle of beef on there
    put the rest on
    pig out

    You're welcome. This is going to change your life.
     
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    olives? OMG :puke:
     
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    They don't start cooking until about 2:20

    My fry bread usually has yeast. I grew up with both types...we called the type with baking powder "dodgers"...essentially fried biscuit bread.
     
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    Olives are optional of course!
    But obviously you have something wrong with you if you don't want them.
     
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    Maybe. People say that about me not liking fungus either lol
     
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    Seriously you can load them with anything.
    I grew up eating them with butter and homemade jam..any kind, or butter, sugar and cinnamon
    Or with beans.
     
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    Powdered milk is used in a lot of the recipes because powdered milk used to be distributed to the reservations by truckload. When you are making fry bread, it's usually when there isn't much else in the house, including milk, and the powdered milk makes the dough richer.

    I've used both fresh milk and powdered milk (and water)
    It's kind of about what you have on hand.

    Yeast fry bread is awesome, I like it best but the kids actually prefer the baking powder variation.
     
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    butter sugar and cinnamon! YUM
    With a scoop of ice cream :)
     
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    Also butter and powdered sugar, and at the pow wows you always see huckleberry jam, syrup, or blackberry jam, and honey.
     
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