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Tue, Nov 28


Virtual Frybread Demonstration

1st Annual Frybread Fundraiser - Virtual Frybread Class

Now is your opportunity to learn the secret ways of authentic Navajo frybread! Frybread recipes are often considered well-guarded family secrets. This indigenous survival food tastes great, will feed many, and will stop the hunger cravings of the biggest bear in the den. Join us by registering below

1st Annual Frybread Fundraiser - Virtual Frybread Class
1st Annual Frybread Fundraiser - Virtual Frybread Class

Time & Location

Nov 28, 2023, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST

Virtual Frybread Demonstration


About The Event

This is an instructional class, we recommend listening and watching the first time before following along with the recipe. Once you have purchased a ticket you will receive a link to the event and a digital recipe card that can be downloaded. 


What Toppings go on Navajo Tacos?

You can add beans, meat, chopped lettuce, tomatoes, olives, shredded cheese, and sour cream. A lot of people use ground beef cooked up with a little taco seasoning. My favorite way to serve it up is with some shredded beef, It’s always awesome to add on some diced avocado.

Can Frybread be made ahead of time?

Frybread is best served hot and out of the fryer. We do not recommend frying these up ahead of time. However, you can make your dough the night before, cover your bowl with plastic wrap, and let it rest in the fridge overnight rather than on the counter for 2 hours. In the morning, take out your bowl and leave it on the counter to get to room temperature. Then proceed with recipe.

Ingredients/Supplies Needed:

Flour (Blue Bird brand recommended)

Baking powder



Milk Powder (optional extra for fluff)

Mixing bowl and utensils

Storage Instructions:

Indian Frybread can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 days.


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