Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Easy Navajo Tacos {Indian Fry Bread W/Rhodes Rolls}

Hi everyone! Today I have an easy dinner recipe to share with y'all. First off I want to let you know that I was invited to become a contributor over at the Rhodes Bake-N-Serv Blog. What does this mean? Well, from time to time I will be creating recipes using their products and sharing them with all of you. 

I can't tell you how excited I am, because I've been using Rhodes frozen bread dough for as long as I can remember. I love the convenience of frozen bread dough and all the different recipes I can create. I actually have several recipes here on the the blog.  I can't wait to get started using all of their bread and roll products.

Recently I made these Easy Navajo Tacos using their frozen roll dough. Rhodes Dinner Rolls took all the hard work out of making the traditional fry bread which is the base of these yummy Navajo Tacos. 

If you're not familiar with "Navajo Tacos" or "Indian Tacos" they're common in the Southwest Region (Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Utah). Navajo Tacos start with a traditional fry bread that is  topped with a ground beef or chili mixture and a variety of taco toppings

haven't had Navajo Tacos since I was a little girl, so this recipe brought back great memories for me. Click HERE to visit the Rhodes Bake-N-Serv Blog where I'm sharing the full recipe, as well as step-by-step instructions for these easy Navajo Tacos.  

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by me on behalf of Rhodes Bread Company. I'm a contributing guest blogger where I share recipes and ideas using Rhodes Frozen Dough Products. Bush's Beans provided me with the beans to use in this recipe. 


Renee Pedroza said... #

I can't wait to make this recipe. I always come to your site when I'm looking for a new recipe to try. I would have never thought to use these rolls to make flat bread. Love the idea....

Tina Butler said... #

Thank you so much Renee it really simplified the whole process. By using the rolls I was able to make a quick week night dinner in no time. LMK if you try this recipe and your thoughts on the fry bread.

Lucy said... #

How come I can't open or find the recipe? HELP! :(

Tina Butler said... #

The post says I am guest posting over at the Rhodes Bake-N-Serv Blog. I linked their blog in the post so you can get the recipe. Here is the link:


BumbleBeeLane said... #

Oh these look good! Off to visit Rhodes blog. Warm Blessings! Amy

Colleen said... #

The first Indian Taco I had was at the Oklahoma State Fair many, many years ago. Have made my own in years past but it's been quite sometime since I have had one but with your easy peasy recipe I will be making them again soon.
thank you

Felicias Red Door Life said... #

This looks so good! I've already pinned the recipe.

I want to share this on my Weekly Wrap Up this Saturday and was wondering if you would be okay with me using an image from the blog?

Rhodesbread said... #

We love Mommy's Kitchen. Thanks for the amazing recipe Tina!

amber whitehead said... #

those look so good !

Colleen said... #

I always get a craving for these around Fair time so finally yesterday I decided to make some of these babies up.
I did add 1 can; undrained of RoTel to the meat mixture.