- By Neely Bardwell
This week, we asked Native News Online social media followers the age-old question: Who makes the best frybread in Indian Country?
The following answers have been published as written.
So the admins got up this morning and thought, "hey, let's start a fight."
The ones made by Grandmas and Aunties
Navajo bread has always been my favorite!
Any frybread cooked over an open fire! Love that smoky taste!
NOT CAUCASIAN YEAST BREAD. 🤩
Good ol traditional baking powder. Only the blessed natives can ace a good soft tasty recipe!
The one with heart and soul put into it!
San Carlos Apache with a dash of Pima (O’odham) and sprinkle of Paiute Shoshone!
Kainai Blood women make the best fry bread
Zotigh/Wolf frybread from Lawton, OK is THEE best frybread in Indian Country.
This is a trick question. Everyone's grandma makes the best frybread
Choctaw fry bread, esp being sold this week at the Choctaw Indian Fair in Mississippi!
White Earth Rez has the best frybread
Your GF makes the best frisbees
Bannock for the win!
My sister's! They are the best break makers! I love eating more than 1 piece each time I see those fluffy fistful of all her works! Lela Waste!!!
The stuff that my wife makes.
Ojibewas got the best
GG’s grubs has the best frybread
Isn’t any answer wrong if it isn’t the mom in Smoke Signals?
If the dough is kneaded 'N flapped, and fried by Indigenous hands it's all good stuff
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