Indian Fry Bread is a Bread Recipe so old that it's new (to most of us).
This recipe has been handed down through many generations of Native American people, such as Apache, Navajo and Lakota.
Most of the recipes shown in these pages are low in sugar, low in fat, easily prepared, and taste like a sweet (or savory) slice of Heaven.
But you can also enjoy recipes of unknown calorie content, as long as you have a smaller portion. Just call it 350 calories and add it to your daily calorie count.
Another smart thing you can try is to substitute the given recipe ingredients with their lower calorie counterparts whenever possible. For instance, when no baking is needed, try substituting white sugar with Splenda.
The classic Indian Fry Bread Recipe, with its warm, chewy interior and a lightly crunchy crust, is one of America's cherished "comfort foods."
See if you don't LOVE this Bread Recipe.
For more Bread Recipes, visit the links shown below. You can even tweak some of the ingredients to invent your own Bread Recipe.
INDIAN FRY BREAD
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