Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Indian Taco - Huron Style

Here is another topping that can go on fry bread from the Native Tech Web Site The Huron or Wyandot originally came form cenrtal Ontario but were driven out by the Iroquois and resetted in the Ohio Valley and by Quebec. They In the 1840's they were relocated to Kansas and now are mainly in kanji and Oklahoma.

Indian Taco - Huron Style
Contributor : misfire

Tribal Affiliation : Raven from The Great Huron Nation

origin of Recipe : My grandmother Diamontine

Type of Dish : Contemporary & Traditional


2 tbsp chilli powder
1 12oz can of tomato puree or crushed tomatoes
1 medium onion diced very small
1 cup cooked small red beans
1 cup of water
1 lb lean ground beef, buffalo or pork
1 red or yellow pepper diced in small pieces
1/2 clove garlic thru a press
1/2 carrot shredded small slivers


Saute beef, buffalo or pork till cooked in a pan, drain all grease, add onion & garlic and cook till translucent, add all other ingredients and bring to a boil, cover and simmer for 30 minutes. Serve over fry bread.

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