How Do You Make Vegan Indian Fry Bread?
All Native American Tribes have traditionally made some variation of Indian Fry Bread. In the New Mexico area they are commonly referred to as Sopapaillas, and are generally smaller and thicker. Whether you call them Indian Fry Bread or Sopapaillas, they are great for both dinner and dessert. The original recipe commonly calls for milk and lard- this one is completely vegan. Step 1 Mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl. You can use your hands, a food processor or a bread machine, as long as you remember to remove the dough before the machine heats up. Step 2 Cover with a damp towel or plastic wrap and let sit for 1/2 hour to up to 2 hours. It can be refrigerated or even frozen at this point. When ready to use, defrost at room temperature. Step 3 On a lightly floured board, cut the dough into 8-10 pieces and roll thinly into circles the size of large pancakes. If you have trouble with the Fry Bread dough sticking, dust your board with a little more flour or try rolling the Fr