Blue berry pudding

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Blue berry pudding

Tribal Affiliation: Navajo

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Orgin of Recipe: grandma

Type of Dish: All Indigenous Ingredients


  • corn flour
  • water
  • berries
  • Directions:
    cook corn flour with water and blue berries and leave to set.

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    Corn is a Native American invention that has been cultivated for thousands of years. Today it is one of the most prolifically grown crops around the world.

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