TX - are you referring to "Navajo 'chewed bread?" The Navajo's put the dough in their mouths and chew it until it is a slimy gooey consistency and then make bread out of it in their outdoor ovens that they also use for 'sweat' baths. The ovens, that is, not the bread! :shock: "THEY" say is tastes good. You can't prove it by me - not now - nor never! DOCTXTibbs said:Anyone have a good Squaw Bread Recipe????
the_jersey_lilly_2000 said:Tibbs, My father in law looked for a recipe for years for squaw bread and asked alotta folks if they had a recipe (very few knew what it was) but finally he found a recipe.
1 pint sweet milk
2 tbsp baking powder
1 tbsp shortening
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp salt
Flour to make a dough easily handled
Mix all ingredients. Roll out to any desired thickness, cut in pieces. Perforate or slit these strips and cook in a kettle of deep fat. Serve with syrup or fruit.
We sometimes sprinkle with powdered sugar or cinnimon and sugar.
Hope this is what you were lookin for.