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Scones 1 cup warm water 1 cup warm milk 1 Tbsp. dry active yeast 3 Tbsp. granulated sugar 1/4 cup melted butter, cooled 1 Tbsp. salt 5 – 6 cups bread flour Vegetable oil for deep frying

Taco Lasagna. Great idea! Could also use enchilada sauce and beans or taco spiced lentils instead of beef.

Mormon funeral potatoes

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Easy Navajo Tacos at therecipecritic.com A simple and delicious way to make navajo tacos that the entire family will LOVE!

  • Hilly Begay

    We use Blue Bird to make our fry bread.

  • Monique Poyer

    Oh...well of course you do..you're a Begay lol

  • Monique Poyer

    Flour other than blue or red bird just doesn't come out right and I can smell the difference. Been to powwows where some people use White flour and just isn't appetizing

  • Monique Poyer

    I just showed this to my husband..he laughed too

  • Rebecca HUNTER

    Without the olives

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Doritos Taco Corn Salad - Church PotLuck Side Dish This is a classic recipe from the 70's but still just as tasty and just as beloved as any side dish could be. Seasoned with crumbled Doritos Brand Taco chips... Plenty of spice, Flavored with Ranch Dressing... Plenty of flavor... All wrapped around delicious Sweet Corn. Making this a crowd favorite for any gathering!

Taco Pizza, you can make this healthy by using ground turkey and all fresh veggies.

Old Fashioned Utah Scones - These things are unlike the scones the rest of the world knows about, and are to die for! The recipe originates from the early Mormon settlers of Utah, and it is gooooood.

  • Cari Lomas

    Actually originated from Native American's "fry bread" recipe.

Dreyer’s Ice Cream Waffle Tacos: Turn an ordinary weeknight into a fun family fiesta with this simple frozen dessert! Gently fold a frozen waffle in half and secure with a toothpick. Then bake, cool and have your family add a scoop of their favorite ice cream, diced strawberry and kiwi, whipped cream and sprinkles for a unique treat that’s as fun to make as it is to eat!

Mormon Mavens in the Kitchen: Cheeseburger Macaroni

7 Up biscuits. Mormon Mavens in the Kitchen: Breakfast Foods

Old-Fashioned Sour Cream Doughnuts - just like at your favorite bakery!! No yeast!