Ingredients

How to make it

  • Combine dry ingredients then cut in butter.
  • Add enough warm milk to make a soft dough easy to handle.
  • Knead on floured board until dough is very smooth and soft but elastic.
  • Divide dough into 8 balls and brush tops with melted butter.
  • Cover and let stand 45 minutes.
  • Pat out each ball into a round 5 or 6 inches in diameter and 1/4 inch thick.
  • Fry in deep fat preheated to 365 degrees.
  • Dough should rise immediately to surface.
  • Cook until brown on one side then turn and brown on other side being careful not to pierce crust.
  • Drain on absorbent paper and serve hot.

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  • codie 2 years ago
    made these in middle school in home ec class.
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  • kidaria 3 years ago
    Interesting - will try soon!
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    " It was just okay "
    pointsevenout ate it and said...
    My first fried bread. Can't say I care for it.
    Definitely needs a lubricant to swallow.
    See also: Fried Bread
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    " It was excellent "
    rockstarzy ate it and said...
    I can honestly say I do not particularly make any recipes where I don't know the website or where there isn't a picture. I was craving fried bread and made this today (for me and my boyfriend), and I absolutely loved it. This recipe is way better than the fried breads you get at fair!! I give this recipe 2 thumbs way up!!!
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  • foodie12 5 years ago
    Loved this fried bread. I've not had very good luck
    with other recipes,but this one came out perfect
    first time. I had to substitute, water for milk cause I did not have any, but it still came out light and crispy and very tasty. I may just keep using the water cause I liked it so much. This is a keeper recipe.
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    " It was excellent "
    sparow64 ate it and said...
    LOve it!
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  • gingalee 5 years ago
    This is very much like the fried bread we have in New Zealand.I just love it!
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  • linebb956 7 years ago
    Have to make some of this for the week end.. It is what we call Indian bread, but without the lard.. Wonderful. Great post!
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  • chefjeb 7 years ago
    This is Indian bread that has gone modern with butter. My son is a chef at a fine dining restaurant in a Choctaw Casino here and a Choctaw friend came to his house and made fry bread. They used shortening, but wanted lard, which I didn't have. Delicious. I ran mine through a decalorizer to cut the calories to a safe level.
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    " It was excellent "
    sunny ate it and said...
    This looks very similar to Indian Fry Bread found all over Arizona and the southwest. I absolutely love fry bread so I look forward to trying this.
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