How to make it

  • Heat the oil in a stew pot, chop the onions add to heated oil. Cook for a
  • couple of minutes. Rinse your stew meat add to the onions add the seasoning
  • salt to taste and add tomato sauce stir well covering
  • all the meat add 1/2 cup of water get it boiling let cook for about 30
  • minutes add the potatoes, cover and let cook through add mushrooms.
  • Make your bread crust by rolling out the thawed dinner roll dough to a pie crust thickness twice as large as your pie dish on a floured surface. After 30 minutes has past take stew off the stove let it cool and let the dough rest for about 10 minutes then line your pie dish with dough put your stew
  • in pie dish or casserole and fold over the excess dough to form a cover. Bake for about 20 - 30 minutes.
  • Contributor: Burning Tree Native Grill

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  • siksikaboy 6 years ago
    As a Native American chef I must point out that any food produced with or without "Native ingredients" can be called "Native American" if the producer wishes the dish to reflect so. We Natives did not stop growing, adapting and producing 500 years ago nor did our history. Within 75 years of the European adventure here Native farmers were growing 100's of acres of apples. peaches, wheat and other introduced crops. They also readally adopted the hog, chicken, goat and cow to add to their table. You might as well say potatoes are not Irish as to say fry bread is not Native American.
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    morninlite ate it and said...
    My son just got home from Pass Creek in the Lakota Reservation in SD. He told us he had buffalo and fry bread that the navtives made and was hoping I could find a recipe to try here at home. Thanks! I think this will work.
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    " It was excellent "
    tazoncaffeine ate it and said...
    now I know where my aunt got this one :-)
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  • fishbait 6 years ago
    lol Sorry to burst your bubble but "Frybread" is NOT a native food to Natives. They made "Frybread" becasue it was the only thing they COULD make out of all the flour the Europeans gave them after throwing them onto reservations.
    It is very good but it is only an
    (((European-provoked)))
    Native food.

    If you have any doubt that I am wrong or I have no inclination of what I am talking about. Please note that I am Native American and live on a Reservation.

    P.S. This recipie was just DELICIOUS!!!
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  • julesong 7 years ago
    I was going to say that if you're in the Puget Sound that the ExoticMeats.com store is in Bellevue... but I just checked their website and it appears they've moved.

    To TEXAS. Sheesh. Well, what I got there locally I can get from them online, I suppose. It was just so nice to have them nearby.

    Here's their website:

    http://www.exoticmeats.com/
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  • julesong 7 years ago
    This sounds FABULOUS! What a great idea. :) Now I've gotta get the bison out of the freezer. We're lucky in that we can almost always find buffalo/bison in our local markets. The Puget Sound is nice that way. :)

    Hmmm... I wonder, though, I have some wild boar that perhaps I could do something like this with, too.
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  • siksikaboy 7 years ago
    You can buy Montana Bison from M&S Meats over the net at http://www.msmeats.com/. They are about 60 miles from us over on Flathead Lake and I have purchased buffalo and elk from them since 1980.
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  • coffeebean53 7 years ago
    I was able to find buffalo in the grocery store in Arizona, I haven't found it here in NC yet. But until then I'll substitute beef for this recipe. Looks and sounds just awesome!! Great post.
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  • berry 7 years ago
    Oh my gosh...... I see it in the picture.... just delicious!
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