Oklahoma Indian Taco
I recently reviewed an amazing book, Summer Under My Quilt. This recipe was provided by the debut author, Crystal Sellars. Being a fellow Oklahoman, I can tell you the book very much depicts the part of the state the author and I grew up in. I hope you’ll check the my review and book out, then enjoy this recipe as you read! Without further introduction, here is the author’s recipe. Enjoy!
Growing up in Stilwell Oklahoma I was raised on Indian Tacos.
Since I’m sure not many have tried this yummy dinner, it seemed the perfect thing to make for you all.
Brown hamburger meat. (Amount depends on your family size) add onions to taste. Then add in a packet of taco seasoning.
Next you will need to make your fry bread. I do this the cheat way. I use can biscuits or crescent rolls.
Add a little oil to the pan and your dough. Flatten and fry till cooked thoroughly.
In the mean time chop your veggies:
Shredded cheese, sour cream, salsa, avocados.
Heat a can of re-fried beans.
Once your finished pile beans, meat and vegetables all on top of your fry bread and enjoy!
5 thoughts on “Oklahoma Indian Taco”
This looks and sounds really good. I love your ideas of cheats!
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This looks pretty tasty to me. This is the kind of recipe that I like, where you fuse different cultures to create a simple but delicious dish.
I will be happy to share this delicious meal. This is one of my favorite meals. It’s got everything a body needs! The best thing is the delicious taste!! You really know how to cook ? I pinned and shared this on my Facebook page. Thank you for sharing!
This sounds SO good & I can’t wait to make this for my family. Thanks for sharing!