Zoodles Pad Thai

Happy New Year! I wanted to start off my new year by taking a break from the sweets and eating lots of veggies.  These zucchini noodles, that I like to call zoodles are the perfect solution.  You get your noodle fix with non of the carbs! I created my zucchini noodles using the KitchenAid 5 Blake Spiralizer with Peel, Core and Slice attachment for my KitchenAid Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer. This has been the funnest little gadget.  You can core and peel apples, create shoestring fries, shred carrots - and so … [Read more...]

Roasted Red Pepper Enchiladas

Enchiladas are like tacos, the best food of all time. You can gussy them up about a million different ways, and they're good every.single.time. I went with roasting a bunch of red bell peppers, poblano peppers, and onions, and that served as the base of the filling and sauce. Those tortillas there are homemade...I'm still perfecting the recipe, I've tried about 8 different variations so far, but I'm almost there. Believe you me, I will post that sucker when it's done. They're so soft and pillowy and they … [Read more...]

Thai Peanut Saute

   This is one of those family recipes that  E V E R Y O N E loves, but is often forgot about. And then I remember it, make it again and its on the menu for months in a row. Its delicious, full of different fresh deep flavors, and very easy. All the key ingredients for family meals. I should add healthy too. It's gluten free and can easily be vegetarian. So- there you have it- the perfect meal no matter who you are serving.  This is one of those meals where you prep and dump. It's important to make the sauce (and … [Read more...]

Tacos Al Pastor

Honestly if it weren't for my husband I would have always stuck with carne asada tacos. I am the kind of person who, when finds a dish they love at a restaurant, sticks to it. I will be the most loyal human to that dish they ever did see. I suppose I'm like this for two reasons.... 1. If I'm going to spend my hard earned money on something it better be good! 2. I'm usually going to that restaurant because I totally craving that specific meal! My husband has a great knowledge of mexican food and culture. So while he … [Read more...]

Deconstructed California Roll Bowl

Bowls are the new plates.  It's true.  Martha Stewart said it, so it's true.  Ha ha!  Really though!  Have you noticed how popular meals served in bowls have become?  I love serving food in the Fiesta bistro bowl.  They are truly one of my favorite pieces of dinnerware.  The depth is perfect, they are chip resistant, and they are beautiful to boot! Today I'm serving up a California roll...in a bowl.  Who is a sushi lover out there?  If I'm being honest - I'm pretty reserved when it comes to sushi.  No sashimi for … [Read more...]

Spicy Caribbean Shrimp with Mango Quinoa Salad

You guys. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this new recipe. Summer is slowly coming to an end, so you must make this right now. Although I do see it as a warm, light and delicious escape to the tropical Caribbean during the cold winter months, especially when all you've been making is creamy soup and heavy pastas (what, you don't do that during the winter?). I love this because you can do all of the prepwork earlier in the day (or during naptime) so that dinner time isn't as stressful! So easy! The … [Read more...]

Greek Pitas with Tzatziki Sauce and Homemade Pita Bread

These pitas are a Greek medley of flavors party in your mouth.   They just feel healthy. Healthy enough to eat a handful of dark chocolate Cadbury eggs and another handful of thin mints for dessert. It's March, so it's not summer yet here, but this makes it feel like it. I can't wait to bust out these babies in the heat! Tzatziki sauce is one of the best parts of Greek food. Fresh, cool cucumbers are used to create a beautiful, dill-infused dip. Grill some chicken, layer with lettuce, olives, tomatoes, … [Read more...]

Chicken and Chorizo Paella

I hope you have been enjoying our partnership with Ralphs grocery store and their Taste of Spain campaign! It's always such an honor for us to be working with such great companies. Our  previous featured recipes, Patatas Brava and Spanish Tapas were delicious and so much fun to make! Today we are sharing a Spanish classic - Paella with chicken and chorizo. A rich and hearty comfort meal that is frequently served through out Spain. How do I know this? Well my husband, Brandon actually lived in Spain for 2 years. He … [Read more...]

Patata Brava with Tomato Aioli Sauce

If you know me, you know I am no stranger to potatoes. I have always loved potatoes, since I was a child, but spending my youth in Idaho only gave me a stronger respect for these delicious vegetables. I love their versatility. They can be use for just about any dish, with any seasonings, in any culture, for any course. Welllll, maybe not dessert? I don't know. I might have to do some digging to figure out that one? I'm so excited for this post! It's another addition to the Taste of Spain campaign we are participating … [Read more...]

Japanese Curry

Yearsandyearsandyears ago, Nate and I sat on our newly carpeted floor eating curry for the first time with our Japanese friends. We had no kids who would spill or make messes! Lucky us, our dear friends were also our neighbors. Naomi surprised us with dinner, bringing over bowls of hot rice, curry chicken and veggies for all of us. I remember taking a few bites of the curry, thinking man this is so good, how have I never tried curry before?- and looking up at Nate who looked at me the exact same moment. He had the look … [Read more...]

Falafel with Couscous Tabbouleh Salad

One of my lifers and I used to frequent one of the best Mediterranean places I've been to, Pita Hot, when we all lived the happy little grad school-wife life in sunny SoCal. We ate out a lot, actually, as our husbands were MIA, which means we could eat whatever we wanted whenever we wanted! We had our favorite taco, burger, sausage, waffles, brunch, pasta, and cupcake place all nailed down. Gimme all the food... I've tried my hand at falafel several different times, trying different recipes and methods, and I … [Read more...]

Pulled Pork Nachos with Chipotle Lime Créma

My husband and I are obsessed with the movie Nacho Libre. The first Halloween our son could walk, I made a Nacho costume for him, and it was awesome. We quote it all the time and giggle without fail. We also happen to love nachos. Give us all the nachos. We also love pulled pork, so I added smokey pulled pork and it made my nacho life complete. Make a little chipotle lime créma and this is perfect for your Superbowl party, finger-licking good! I've got recipes for homemade refried beans and … [Read more...]

Chorizo and Fried Avocado Tacos

When all of us Oh So girls were living in Southern California (insert crying emoji), I worked in a cardiac ICU in Anaheim. LOVED it--the job (we truly did some amazing things and I learned so much) and the people. The patient population and my co-workers were about the most culturally diverse I've ever seen. I was definitely the minority, as most of my co-workers were from Malaysia, Philippines, India, Somalia, South Africa, Germany, Korea, I could go on. Their Taco Tuesday couldn't be beat, and I was introduced to … [Read more...]

Lentil and Fried Cauliflower Curry Bowls

I am so excited for this vegetarian week! I'm from Texas, so I'm obviously a steak-grilling, brisket-pounding, burger-loving gal. BUT. I'm a changed woman. My husband and I lived in California for several years, so you know it was bound to happen. The hippies and the veggie-loving local-supporting crowd at the farmers' markets and roadside fruit stands got to me. And I liked it. Carly, one of the girls here at Oh So is a vegetarian, and I had several other friends that were vegetarian. Books were read, … [Read more...]

Oriental Cabbage Salad

   Oriental Cabbage salad is a favorite around our house. I personally love the crunch of the cabbage and the sweet tangy dressing. This is one of my classic go-to salads for barbecues or parties- it is such a crowd pleaser. I always get asked for the recipe, so here it is! I feel like this salad has been around the block a few times, most of my friends have had it and have a variation of the salad they love. Some add chicken (which I love), some add in more veggies like shredded carrots. There are a million ways to … [Read more...]

Slow Cooker Refried Beans

I love me a good bean burrito. Nothing fancy, no rice or anything crazy, just simple, tasty refried beans, maybe a little cheese, sour cream, or a smidgen of enchilada sauce, and everything spiced just right. I usually add some spices and a little milk to most cans of refried beans, and while they are delicious, I've been dying to try making my own. Like using real dried pinto beans. I felt very legit, let me tell you... like I just couldn't quit. Y'all it's so easy, you can't mess it up. Beans, spices, … [Read more...]

Chili-Lime Chicken Tacos

HOOOOOOLY Crap. If I could swear and get away with it I would. These tacos are THAT good.  we all LOVED these tacos. I've made a few different versions of chili-lime tacos, trying to find the right balance. But guys. These are the winner. The two secret ingredients...more chili and more lime. Not just any ol' chili though. That was my problem. Chili powder, dried chilis, smokey chili's were not doing the trick! What we needed? Sriracha baby!! My husband has recently become obsessed with Sriracha. He watched the … [Read more...]

Mediterranean Bruschetta

Well, the holidays are among us. Crazy, right? Parties and house guests and attempts at healthy eating between the indulgences are just around the corner! I love any chance to have a filling, vegetarian meal, so while shopping at Trader Joe's, I ran across these treasures and thought they'd be perfect. Get their Feta Cheese Spread, Balela Bean Salad, and a baguette, and you have yourself the easiest, freshest little appetizer you ever did have! If you don't live near a Trader Joe's, I also wrote a quick little … [Read more...]

Spicy Chipotle Chicken Salad w/ Mission Foods

We have had a fun opportunity to work with Mission Foods and show off a brand new product of theirs... GLUTEN-FREE Tortillas!! Can I get an AMEN?! If you're not singing hallelujahs with me, you might be wondering why gluten-free tortillas? Why not just use a corn tortilla? Well my friends, corn tortillas are wonderful, delicious and have their place in Mexican cuisine. But somethings just can't be made with a corn tortilla! (P.S. Check the bottom of this post for a fun easy giveaway!!) For instance, enchiladas. You … [Read more...]

Caribbean Rice & Beans

  This side dish is so tasty!  I recently served this alongside my caribbean cod with strawberry mango pico, and the combo was heaven. When I think of Caribbean food, I think of bright flavors and fresh ingredients.  This rice combines a sweet and spicy rice and creamy black beans.  It has a little crunch of onion and a bold splash of cilantro.   You'll feel like you are dining under a grass cabana at sunset next to clear turquoise waters while you eat this rice.  Okay, maybe you can … [Read more...]

Caribbean Grilled Cod with Strawberry Mango Pico

Several weeks ago I stumbled upon a picture of strawberry mango pico.  I think I drooled.  I thought about it for days and days and then finally did something about it.  We were spending Easter at home, so I decided to go the non-traditional route and make fish for dinner.  It was a light, flavorful change to the usual heavy Easter dinner.  I topped my fish with a fresh, bright, and healthy strawberry mango pico. I picked Des's brain for the pico ingredients.  Together we decided that strawberry, mango, cucumber, … [Read more...]

Whole Wheat Pita Bread

A while ago, I got on a store-bought pita bread and hummus kick. Pita bread/pockets could be hard to find, and often they were dry and flavorless. Then I got on an eliminate-as-many-processed-foods-as-possible kick and started looking around at what I bought, and what I could instead make at home (for cheaper). We have several pita recipes to liven these babies up: Breakfast Pitas, Avocado and Tomato Pitas, Marinated Meatball Pita, Cream Cheese Veggie Pita, and Grilled Chicken and Tzatziki Pitas, and Grilled Veggie and … [Read more...]

Baked Three-Cheese Italian Penne Pasta

Are you ready for some cozy delicious comfort food? This baked three-cheese Italian penne pasta is one of my family's favorite meals. With a creamy cheese sauce and tangy tomatoes mixed with the soft noodles- it is the ultimate crowd pleaser. I love fixing it when we have guests over because it makes a full 9 x 13 pan and is easy to double if you have hearty eaters. I've made this cheesy penne pasta so many times over the years and with so many variations I've learned it is hard to go wrong! I always come back to … [Read more...]

Black Bean Soup + Nena & Co. Giveaway

EEEK! I am so excited for this Collaboration with Nena and Co. I really feel in love with them when I was introduced to them a while back. I mean, their bags are beautiful! Their story is beautiful. And there is even food involved. Fashion and Food always mix, right? right. Well I wasn't so sure they mixed. I just so loved their bags, their purpose and even their peoples. Sarah was so kind and fun at our meet n greet back in the spring. I believe that is a product is wonderful it is something I want to show the … [Read more...]

Indian Spiced Fall Roast Beef Stew

Can I get a show of hands for the Bombay House lovers out there?! Holllllaaaaaaa! My husband and I fell in love with Indian food in Provo. Who would have thought Provo would be such a mecca for fine international cuisines? Indian, Thai, Vietnamese (I've heard), they do it all extraordinarily well. Especially during the fall, I'm always looking for opportunities to use different spices, like adding some Indian flavor. Have you heard of garam masala? It's an Indian spice that may be difficult to find, but if your local … [Read more...]

Beef & Cheese Enchiladas with Homemade Red Sauce

Growing up beef and cheese enchiladas were always a favorite...that love has spilled over into my own little family as well.  These are always a delicious, easy, comfort food that we enjoy. My mom always relied on the seasoning packet for these babies - 'cause lets face it - canned red sauce is...well...yucky. I actually really like the good ol' seasoning packet as well, but making homemade is nearly as easy and twice as good! You probably have all of the seasoning in your spice cabinet, so there are no … [Read more...]

Tropical Fusion Summer Salad

I hope you all enjoyed our grilling week last week! I know I learned a thing or two from our girls post.. my steaks, burgers, and pizza's are going to be better than ever. I had thought about posting today's recipe as apart of that week, but the Grilled Asian Chicken I used in this salad really needed a post of it's own. I shared some good tips on grilling chicken breast, hopefully help you have some more flavorful, less-dried out meat! AND Congrats to Chrystal for winning our Arctic Zero Giveaway!! We really enjoyed … [Read more...]

Cinco De Mayo Recipes // Collections

We have had such a great week with our #OhSoCincoDeMayo Series! I decided to round up as many of our Mexican Inspired dishes as I could find in our index. (This was a chore as there are literally hundreds!) Some are recent recipes mixed in with a few oldies but goodies. So... for your easy of access... here are over 30 lovely Mexican Recipes to get your fiesta on! Salsa Recipes and Dips Roasted Tomatillo Salsa Pico De Gallo Villa Villa Salsa Guacamole Homemade Chipotle Salsa Sweet Salsa Black Bean Cilantro … [Read more...]

Authentic Mexican Rice

We have Mexican food at my house at least once a week.  That's a lot of enchiladas, tacos, mexican casseroles etc.  I realized that amongst all the wonderful savory main dishes, I didn't have a great authentic Mexican rice dish!  So my hunt began. Everything I tried seemed Americanized, so I enlisted the help of my friend Maria, who graciously came over and showed me the ropes!  She's from Mexico and this recipe has been in her family for years.  She makes it at least twice a week for her family and I have to say the … [Read more...]

Slow Roasted Pork Carnitas and Cilantro Rice

ok, so its no secret that carne asada is pretty bomb. I love it, I order it all the time...but what I have really been into lately is carnitas. When it comes to making a Mexican meat at home carne asada is not typically a choice that I make. Steak is expensive, and finding the right steak for carne asada has been difficult for me. Pork Carnitas however are really great choice to serve and make for your family and guests. It is inexpensive and serves mucho amigos. It is also EASSSY. So. Here we go. My favorite … [Read more...]

Spaghetti Squash with Goat Cheese Marinara and Meatballs

"Now please, take a bite...so that I can watch you enjoy. That's my favorite part." "Well, I'll go with the right one. That looks good. That's a good meatball!" Every time I think of meatballs, I can't help but think of that scene from The Wedding Singer with the little old lady slapping those two huge meatballs in Adam Sandler's hands as payment for voice lessons. So. Freaking. Great. This is a spaghetti squash. If you're looking for gluten-free or low-carb options, or just want to see what the weird … [Read more...]

Thai Cabbage StirFry

We are still going strong with our Green Machine week and I am loving it! I have totally been on a health kick lately. Well I've had every intention of being on a health kick, and for the most part I've been pretty successful. I don't know if attending Expo West has motivated me or just the fact that Spring is in the air and swimsuit season is around the corner. Yikes. Either way, I've been more generous with my veggies and water consumption, limiting my sugars and grains and all that jazz. One of my classic quick … [Read more...]

Vegetarian Pumpkin Sweet Potato Coconut Curry

I love the idea of doing crock pot night every night for my family. It seems like by the end of the day, I'm way too tired to do anything fancy, but at 10 am? Sure! Why not! My husband loves Indian and Thai food and I love coconut and sweet potatoes, so I combined, and Viola! A fall, Indian coconut sweet potato curry dish! He also normally doesn't love sweet potoatoes, but didn't mind them at all in this particular dish. Cashews and toasted pumpkin seeds make the perfect topping. Happy … [Read more...]

Coconut Curry Soup with Zucchini Noodles. And a Giveaway!

I've been seeing zucchini noodles all over the place, as well as those super awesome spiralizers on Pinterest. I've been dying to try them, so I contacted GEFU to learn more about this spiralizer. They told me it was a great product, but they had a brand-spankin new one that has barely hit the market and they'd love for me to try it out. Ta-da! Introducing the Spiral Fix. Oh. And they wanted y'all to try it out too by doing a giveaway. Three of them. This thing is so cool! It has four different settings you can … [Read more...]

Greek Hummus

As I was thinking of a name to come up with for this post, I started wondering.. where exactly is hummus from? What culture? Is it Greek? And apparently I'm not the only one wondering. There were many forums and debates on google trying to prove Greek vs. Middle Eastern. From what I read, it sounds like this is a cultural debate as well, each claiming it their own. Wikipedia seemed to have the most concise answer for me, stating that it was Middle Eastern and that "hummus" means chickpea in Arabic. Either way, hummus is … [Read more...]

Orange Chicken

Everybody loves a little Chinese takeout, yeah? I feel like most Orange Chicken you get at places is sugary-sweet, gloppy, dried out pieces of mostly-breading-and-a-little-chicken. After spending months perfecting this (because lesbehonest, you can't eat orange chicken every day), I've done away with the typical take-out fare and replaced it with some serious Asian zing.     {Does anyone else's stomach do a number on them after some Panda Express? I've sworn off the stuff. My stomach isn't as young as it used to … [Read more...]

Grilled Creamy Chipotle Tacos // Rubio’s Copycat

Tacos are amazing right? You really can't get sick of tacos. They are so versitle. Besides from the party in your mouth -they are low fat, low carb, and easily gluten-free... easily vegetarian too for that matter. I LOVE tacos. I love corn tortillas with just carne asada, onions and cilantro or piled high with meat, cheese and veggies. I have a problem with Rubio's grilled chicken tacos. Seriously crave them every time I go out. It's soo worth getting a fresh taco than a greasy hamburger. ok. a little more money. I … [Read more...]

Chicken Fried Rice

I stumbled upon this recipe one day after I peared into the fridge to find something for lunch.  There was a small container of leftover rice from the previous nights dinner, so I decided that I would whip up a quick fried rice.  It was delish!  A few nights later I turned that idea into a dinner by adding chicken.  My husband went nuts over it and went back for more and more and more. This is a great way to turn a tiny bit of rice into a great big meal!  It's fast, it's easy and I promise you won't be … [Read more...]


I have a belief that every pregnant woman should get to eat what she wants. I mean, food is a crazy thing when your pregnant, right?? First, I have these maddening cravings. Then I can't eat or smell ANY food for weeks without wanting to barf (in other words, we eat out where I want). THEN when I can eat, my stomach is being squished to the size of a pea, so I hardly get to eat at all. Which is so unsatisfying. Pregnancy is the only time I can eat, guilt free, but my body only allows me to down one taco before I'm so … [Read more...]

Talkin’ Tacos

  Oh Cherie I LOVE tacos. we  I eat a lot of tacos. Lets talk about Tacos. Typically, our tacos have meat.correct? That's always a constant. You can have flour or corn tortillas. cheese or no cheese. no salsa, or extra sour cream, but chicken, pork or carne asada- that is what we love! its our special somthin'somthin' on that taco. well, the guacamole is pretty important too. Lets talk about how we flava that meat. I have TWO things to discuss. cause there are two different kinds of meat. Whole pieces of … [Read more...]

Seasoned Cilantro Black Beans

This is such a fast, easy and tasty side dish!  And healthy to boot!  I can't claim 100% credit for this recipe - I got it from a friend I used to go to church with years ago, but it is too easy and too yummy to not share! The flavors are fresh and pair perfectly with your favorite Mexican main dish (tacos, burritos, tamales...)   [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:117] … [Read more...]

Chinese Pork Ribs

Years ago while I was living in San Diego, my church women's group created a cook book.  Everyone submitted their favorite recipes and we had them spiral bound.  After the book was complete we had a tasting party and everyone brought their best loved dishes to share.  These pork ribs were among those dishes.  They were delicious!  The secret to these is the simple perfect sauce! Let me tell you just how easy this meal is! First lay about 1-2 pounds of country style pork ribs in a pan.  Combine worcestershire sauce, … [Read more...]

Chimichurri Steak Tacos

Chimichurri is officially my new favorite word. How can you read that and not want to say it aloud? Go ahead, say it. Chimichurri. Meet the main characters: oregano, cilantro, and parsley. Chimichurri is an Argentine condiment that has made its way out here to SoCal. Thanks, Argentina. Blend up handfuls of fresh herbs, red wine vinegar, lime, garlic, red pepper flakes, oil, and some salt and pepper and you have the freshest little condiment ever. Bursting with flavor, I tell ya. If it's 30 degrees out and you … [Read more...]

Chicken Basil Parmigiana

Who doesn't love this dish? Veal Parmigiana if you are of the adventurous persuasion, Eggplant Parmigiana if you are of the vegetarian persuasion, totally versatile. You can make this with some bottled spaghetti or marinara sauce pretty easily, but I personally LURVE this version with extra oomph much much more. It's like the Target to your Walmart. Gruyere to your American cheese. Versace to your Forever21. Kate Middleton to your Lindsey Lohan. Keep it classy, people.  With fresh basil. Lots. If you could … [Read more...]


The first time Steve and I tried hummus was in Vegas 3 years ago at a California Pizza Kitchen. I had heard about it somewhere, so I convinced him to go for it with me. It came with this tomato mixture on top and warm triangles of pita bread. We both instantly fell in love. And it was healthy! Double fist pump! So after some searching online, I found out a little more about hummus, and the CPK recipe. It's made with white or garbanzo beans, tahini paste, oil, and spices. What is tahini paste you ask? It's like … [Read more...]

Greek Pesto Pizza

Greek flavors just fit the bill. Every day all day. The pesto, the feta, the red onions, fresh tomatoes. Like really, how do they ever turn it off and stop eating over there? I don't get it.   I am loving this pizza stone from Fiesta Dinnerware! Keeps the bottom nice and crisp and helps make a perfectly round pie. Make your own pizza dough. You literally throw everything in your mixer, mix it for 5 minutes, then let it rest while you prep everything else. No long rising time, no artificial ingredients, it's perfect. … [Read more...]

Beef & Broccoli :: Broccoli & beef

  btw this is my favorite pan by Zwilling/Henckels When I was a kid I tried beef and broccoli, fell in love and I stuck to it. Didn't want anything else. No sweet n' sour, nothin'. My parents were kind enough to always entertain my neediness and get a carton of it. Broccoli Beef is my children's favorite too! So much so that we love to make it for ourselves.   After much research, and many recipes later- I have the quintessential recipe right here...below. [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:221]     … [Read more...]

Vegetarian Mexican Stuffed Peppers

My husband recently read a book that inspired him to completely change his diet. I'm talking green smoothies with a million different greens (bok choy? seriously?), no dairy, only 1 cup of 100% whole wheat grains daily (did you know that a food product only needs 51% whole wheat grain to label itself as 'whole wheat'?), the occasional lean meat, and obviously no sweets or fat. Good for him, right?  Bad for wifey....Dinners have been challenging to say the least, and I've certainly missed some of my favorite … [Read more...]

Beef Bulgogi

We live on the Korean side of town. Our neighbors are Korean, our school mates are Korean- the paper work sent home in school folders has instructions on the back in Korean, our stores are Korean, we are surrounded by quiet, intelligent Korean's. So why not try Korean food? At Sydney's school there is a school barbecue coming up- on the menu is Beef Bulgogi. Nate saw the flyer over the weekend and decided the HE, himself, wanted to make Beef Bulgogi. He researched some recipes and made a quick shopping trip. Then he … [Read more...]

Crispy Mexican Shrimp Tacos

Hello there, seafood lovers. I was making dinner today and mid-meal realized this recipe is pretty bomb and that I needed to share it.  Seriously, if you've got a hankering for some shrimpy Mexican goodness, make these quick little healthy tacos. Tomatoes, tomatillos, poblano peppers, onion, garlic are all cooked until soft in a little butter, add plenty of spices for a burst of flavor, then a quick cook of the shrimp. They won't disappoint. Frying the tortillas crisp is one of my favorite parts of the dish. … [Read more...]

Navajo Tacos

      For Nates birthday my friend made him quite the birthday dinner. Navajo Tacos and cucumber lime aid. (my kitchen was packed away in boxes...) I wanted to make it for my family, and got the recipes from her. It's REALLY yummy. And although the dough looks like it would take a lot of work to make- it's really easy. And it makes plenty to feeda family ;) I have also have Navajo Tacos with Philsbury biscuit dough- fried. oo! comment #1 said to use Rhodes roll dough. LOVE that idea. Top the Fry bread with all your … [Read more...]