mix all the ingredients into a dough and let rise.
form into a flat round loaf about 1 inch thick.
bake at 350 degrees until golden brown.
Navajo fry bread
in a bowl whisk together the flour, the baking powder, and the salt, stir in the water, and knead the mixture on a floured surface until it forms a soft but not sticky dough. let the dough stand,
Missiiagan – pakwejigan (sun flower bannock)
put the sunflower seeds, water & salt into a pot, cover & let simmer for 1 1/2 hours. when well cooked, crush the seeds to amke a paste. add the corn flour, add 1 tablespoon at a time to thicken.
Must have Frybread
Mix 4 cups of flour and other dry ingredients in large bowl EXCEPT the yeast. On another bowl,mix buttermilk and water and warm slightly (should make one quart). Add to flour mixture and mix. Add
Ring & Pin Game
The ring and pin game has ancient Native American roots. Nearly Every Native nation across North America has its particular version which uses unique materials from the natural environment for the
Bundle & Pin Game
Native Americans have many uses for the cedar tree. Cedar twigs, greenery and all, have both sacred uses (as in smudging and purification rituals) as well as secular use. One such secular use for
Ball & Triangle Game
A traditional toy used by Penobscot children consisted of a stiff piece of birch bark cut into a triangular shape, with a hole in the center.
The buzzer is an amusement as well as a game of skill for Native American children across North America. Usually made of a flat piece of wood, pottery, gourd or bone. A buzzer ranges in diameter from
Native American Board Games
A traditional Plains Cree game long known in Saskatchewan was called musinaykahwhan metowaywin, or "Playing Leader", The playing pieces were small green painted pegs carved in the shape of men, one
Cornhusk Shuttlecock Game
Cornhusk Shuttlecock Game A game of shuttlecock, sometimes played with a wooden battledoor, is common among the tribes on the Northwest coast. The Zuni play with shuttlecocks made of corn husks,
Little Pines Game
Natives of the Eastern Forest traditionally make dancing dolls from varieties of evergreen trees such as Norway Pine and White Pine. Early in the 1900's, Frances Densmore describes these dolls, made
Netted Hoop & Pole Game
Natives of different groups have their own special ways to play the Hoop and Pole game, but in all the games a person tosses a long dart of some kind at a circular hoop. In this version of the game
Cornhusk Wheel & Corncob Dart Game
Natives of different groups have their own special ways to play the Wheel & Dart game, but in all the games a person tosses a dart of some kind at a circular hoop. As in this version of the game, the