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Trooper09's Frybread Recipe
Posted by Lori

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FIRST STEP
3 pkgs of fast rising Yeast
1 Tablespoon of Sugar per pkg of Yeast
Hot Boiling Water
SECOND STEP
Aout 4 cups of Flour
Pinch of Salt or little more
1/4 to 1/2 cup of Sugar - measure in your hand - 2 hands, if you have big hands - one handful
THIRD STEP
Put Yeast in separate bowl - add sugar - Mix Well - Add Hot Water - put in warm place until Yeast Foams - about 2 hours
Let Yeast foam to top of mixing bowl
FOURTH STEP
In mixing bowl - add Flour - Salt - Sugar - mix together - Create Hole in Middle OF Dry Commodities In the Hole of dry ingredients - add foamy Yeast mixture - Mix all together - beat up the Dough - and CUSS alot - If you dont Cuss - DOUGH WILL NOT RISE - think of someone that made you mad recently and talk about what you would like to do to them - THIS HELPS THE DOUGH RISE
Put Dough in very warm place like on top of stove with oven on very low. Let Dough rise - about 1 hour
- than Beat the Dough again - and REMEMBER to CUSS AGAIN - or else the Dough will not rise.
Beat The Dough Up - Like U really mean to hurt someone (sorry about the person you are beating up)
Put the Dough again in warm place adn let it rise again so Dough rises - THREE TIMES the original size of the Dough
- (if this doesn't work - add a can of BEER to Dough - Beer had yeast - and activates the yeast in the Dough - so if your elevation is really high - U have to add the Beer
FIFTH STEP
After this process take dough out and divide it up in four parts - Roll each part out about 1/2 inch on flour - REMEMBER u are making Bread - so put Flour down on surface where u are Rolling out the Dough
After Dough is workable and with flour - cut dough into TRIANGLES - VERY IMPORTANT - TRIANGLES - because the way Triangles cook.
Heat Oil in large skillet - about 3/4 in or more make Oil REAL HOT - I mean HOT not SMOKING but HOT. oh..... I forgot make a hole in each Triangle of Fry Bread - this helps it cook faster and more even.
SIXTH STEP
Put Dough into Hot Oil - Cook until each piece turns golden brown - check with fork - this bread will grow and expand while cooking. Turn Bread over ****ONLY ONCE**** or bread will FALL.. Cook until GOLDEN BROWN.
EAT BREAD WARM - with plenty of BUTTER - SYRUP - or JELLY. I HOPE YOU ENJOY


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