THE INGREDIENTS LIST:
2 Cups.Of all-purpose flour.
1 large spoon.Of baking powder.
1 small spoon.Of salt.
1 Cup.Of warm water.
Vegetable oil for frying.
Mix together the all-purpose flour, baking powder, and salt in a large basin designed for mixing. They should be well mixed together. While stirring constantly, gradually add the warm water until you have a dough that is soft and just a little bit sticky.
Turn the dough out onto a surface that has been gently dusted with flour. After a few minutes of light kneading, the mixture should become silky smooth, and elastic.
Put the dough back in the bowl it was mixed in and cover it with a clean kitchen towel. Allow it to sit undisturbed for approximately a quarter of an hour. This enables the gluten to relax, which in turn causes the dough to gently rise.
After the dough has rested, cut it into pieces about the size of a golf ball. Form a ball with each part using your hands.
Put vegetable oil in a large pan or pot and heat it over medium-high heat. About 2 inches of oil should be in the pan. Take one of the dough balls and gently flatten it into a disc. You can do this with your hands or a rolling pin. The thickness should be around one-quarter of an inch.
Put the dough, which has been flattened, carefully into the heated oil. Fry it on one side until it is golden brown, then turn it over to finish cooking it on the other side. This takes roughly two to three minutes on each side, on average.
Once the frybread is golden on both sides, use a slotted spoon to carefully take it out of the oil. Put it on a dish that has been lined with paper towels so that the excess oil may drain.
There are many ways to eat Indian Frybread. It is versatile in that it may be served with either sweet or savory toppings. For a spicy twist, you could use it as the base for tacos or pile chili and cheese on top of it. Honey and powdered sugar are a delicious combination that may be used to make a dessert out of this.
The ideal way to enjoy frybread is immediately, while it’s still warm and has a little crunch to it.