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November is Native American Heritage Month. One way to experience and celebrate culture is through food – something that everyone can connect with.
Fry bread is food that was created by Native Americans out of sheer need. When many tribes received rations from the government, they had to find creative ways to make frugal, yet enticing meals for their families. Today there are many different versions of fry bread. The recipe below is easy and delicious!
Serves 4 large pieces or 8 small pieces (depending on portion size)
This recipe was submitted by Potawatomi Hotel & Casino Team Member, Constance (Connie) Sullivan, or “Waaseya Anang Ikwe” (means Bright Star Woman).
She is a member of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Ojibwe tribe. Constance learned to cook recipes like this from her mother. She also attended culinary school where she learned to incorporate a personal touch to her dishes.