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Fry Bread Ojibwe

Fry Bread Ojibwe


Fry Bread Ojibwe is a favorite treat for Ojibway and non-Indians alike at all powwows and events. Ingredients and shapes for fry bread vary from family to family.

Variations: Make a slash in the center of each round before frying. Add fresh berries to the dough.

Note: To reheat the next day, place in a brown paper bag. Twist the top of the bag. Heat in a 325-degree oven until warmed through.