We’re on day two of Camping Week, and I don’t know about you, but I’m loving it! I made a batch of the Dutch Oven Oatmeal this morning, just to remind me of how great life is out on the tail. It was, of course, delicious. Plus, I can’t wait to share with you this next recipe. It’s very traditional and holds a special place in my heart. So, my fellow readers, are you ready?
Sometimes, when you’re out camping in the wilderness, all you want is a taco. You get that craving for well-seasoned ground beef, crisp lettuce, and sharp cheddar cheese, all coming together inside a crunchy taco shell. If any one of you is shaking your head thinking – No, Sarah, I’ve never had a taco craving while camping – well then … I just don’t know about you. Because, I get those cravings all the time.
Which is why there’s Indian Fry Bread. Soft, pillowy fry bread that’s made in the tradition of the Navajo Indians.
Some of you might be wondering why in the world would I share a recipe that requires kneading dough and frying during Camping Week. Well, because I honestly believe that everyone should try something once – even making fry bread in the great outdoors.
Sure, you can make this recipe at home, but I promise you it wont’ taste the same. There’s something so satisfying about being in the wilderness and kneading the dough. It’s very rustic. It’s very cool.
See, doesn’t that look delicious? This was a batch of fry bread my sister made for our most recent camp out. It was divine – especially with the avocados!
So … for those of you who are feeling adventurous, I present to you, Indian Fry Bread Tacos. You’ll love ‘em, I guarantee.
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