|Country New Zealand: A Culinary Journey|
|by Ian Baker|
A sister volume to the bestselling Simply New Zealand, Country New Zealand is a gastronomic journey through the rural heartland of New Zealand, sh...
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All above you can place on the fry bread in layers any way you want.
Heat shortening in deep pan for frying. Mix dry ingredients thoroughly. Add liquid. Knead batter slightly. Batter can be rolled out on floured board ...
Fry onions and ... paper lined bowl. Then take Indian Bread, put meat mixture and fold over like a soft taco and add lettuce, tomatoes and cheese as desired.
To assemble each taco, place fry bread on plate; spoon on about 1/2 to 1 cup chili beans. Cover with 1/2 to 1 cup lettuce, then add relishes as desired.
Sift flour, baking powder and salt together. Cut in shortening and add enough warm water 1 teaspoon at a time to make a dough. Mix until dough is no ...
Saute meat, drain. ... meat. Add beans, taco sauce, Velveeta cheese, ... ripe olives, picante sauce, etc. I also like chips and guacamole dip with these.
Fry ground beef ... Fry in hot fat. Top bread with sauce. Then add grated cheese, lettuce, tomato and onion. Add taco sauce sparingly. Use El Paso brand.
Brown beef and ... Drain on paper towels. Prepare bowls of grated cheese, chopped tomatoes, lettuce, and onions. Top each taco according to individual taste.
Slice tomatoes, lettuce ... equally on each taco, top with ... of dough until puffy and golden brown. Keep warm in 200 degree oven until ready to serve.
Mix flour, salt, ... fry in medium to hot oil. Turn when light brown and cook the other side. Add whatever taco toppings you like. Great and very filling.
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