Native TikTok shares frybread recipes

the origins of fry bread are complicated . (the recipe originated with the Navajo tribe more than 150 years ago during colonization). the bread has become a dish popular with many Native American tribes. As its name suggests, fry bread is a soft, flat bread that’s fried in oil and can be enjoyed on its own or with various toppings. Allie Newlin, @allienewlin_ (Navajo), is an Indigenous TikToker who shares videos of her family, daily life and the occasional recipe. Allie Newlin, @allienewlin_ (Navajo), is an Indigenous TikToker who shares videos of her family, daily life and the occasional recipe. Newlin posted a four-part video series detailing her fry bread recipe. First, Newlin mixes 7 cups of Blue Bird flour and approximately 2 ½ handfuls of dry milk in a bowl. Next, she adds a few spoonfuls of baking powder to make the bread extra fluffy. Then she tosses in some salt for flavor. Next, she adds a few spoonfuls of baking powder to make the bread extra fluffy. Then she tosses in some salt for flavor. Newlin then adds water and mixes all the dry ingredients into a dough. Finally, she flattens the dough into flat circles before frying until golden brown and slightly crispy. The clips stirred up fond memories of family among other users. “We as Maori also make frybread. Love it,” noted another user on Newlin’s video

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