sandra wrote:With spoon slowly start to add the flour to the water and baking powder mix...
rath wrote:Tairaa wrote:That sucks dude, I feel for you.
Unless of course in oz they pay their chefs a fair wage. Around here you go to school for 2 or 4 years and 95% of chefs make like 15$ an hour. Only a select few make decent coin as a chef.
If it different there?
that's why im always a happy chappy,.
Mines & oil rigs pay way more then hotels & restaurants .
however your not developing your trade when your working on a rig in the middle of the south pacific or out on a mine site 10,000km from the nearest town.
So its a trade of one way or another.
Money or knowledge.
sandra wrote:Probably didn't word it right,
Yes add the water and egg (those 2 premixed) into the flour in the bowl, then the baking powder. You gradually mix these in with eachother, remember you don't want to much flour, there will be flour left in the bowl. Just so the dough is still slightly sticky to handle.
The frybread goes good with butter, and even cinnamon and sugar if you want one sweet.
NDN women don't give out their frybread recipe unless you are proven a good loyal friend (not kidding) They take it serious as we have contests and everyone always wants theirs to be the best.
If you try it, you'll be amased at what a few ingredients can make. This bread like I said goes great with taco stuff as well, you just pile all the meat and toppings right over it.
Let me know if you get around to it.
sandra wrote:6 days a week working,,atleast its cooking.
What is a favorite dish you make?
atleast its cooking
sandra wrote:What is a favorite dish you make?
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