frybread

or fry bread

[ frahy-bred ]
/ ˈfraɪˌbrɛd /

noun

a flat bread made from fried dough and served with toppings as varied as powdered sugar and taco ingredients: a signature food among many Native American communities, especially in the Southwest:Our Navajo grandmother makes the best frybread, drizzled with raw honey and crushed pine nuts.

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Origin of frybread

First recorded in 1965–70; fry1 + bread

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