Cooking Fry Bread, Navajo Traditions


If we take a look at the Navajo Traditions of the Native American people in the southwestern United States, we will discover that their diet is composed of fried bread and mutton, among other foods. They introduced mutton to their cooking traditions later on, in order to supplement and add variety to their diet, after starting to raise sheep and goats. Take a look at the video bellow and see how the Native American people are cooking two traditional foods in Monument Valley, an area part of the Navajo Nation.




3 Responses to “Cooking Fry Bread, Navajo Traditions”

  1. Glenn says:

    For the whole story on frybread and native peoples check out my book “frybread past,present and future”available at the littleowl gallery…over 200 recipes..several versions of how frybread became intwined with native cultures and the health issues it created among natives…also information on making frybread a healthier part of your diet

  2. Barbara says:

    Love to know more about the diet of the people. I’m going to have a go at fry bread I presume you just mix like instructions on yeast packet.

  3. Karyne says:

    Would love a healthier frybread

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