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— The Iroquois make this from green corn. It is really more of a vegetable than
Maple Popcorn Balls
Maple Sugar Smoked Fish
Maple Syrup Candy
Native American Hazelnut Soup — The Algonquin, Iroquois, and most other Native people of the northern woodlands regions prepared nuts in many ways, including versions of this delicious soup.
Native American Honey Drink
Native American Pudding
Native American Ravioli
Native American Tacos
Native American Tortillas in a Bag — A popular wheat food that kids love to make and eat!
Navajo Dried Corn Soup
Navajo Peach Pudding
Osage Bread — Note that Native Americans dip the bread in "sop," a mixture of corn syrup and bacon drippings.
Paper Bread (Piki)
Pueblo Chile Balls — The Pueblo Indians of New Mexico have been making these for centuries. They serve them as a dessert for feasts and weddings.
Pueblo Green Chile Stew — Pueblo Green Chile Stew is one of our most requested soup recipes. Perfect way to warm up after a day outside or for watching a football game.
Pueblo Pinon Cakes
Pueblo Pumpkin Candy — This is an old Pueblo treat. Traditionally the strips of pumpkin are soaked in a bath of water and wood ashes to soften.
Pumpkin Bread 2
Red Chili Stew
Sacaton Relish — Sacaton is a village on the Gila River Reservation near Sacaton, Arizona (Pima Indians). This is usually served as an accompaniment to eggs or grilled meat.
Sautauthig (Cornmeal Blueberry Muffins) — A favorite dish of the Native Americans during colonial times was Sautauthig, a simple pudding made with dried, crushed blueberries, dried, cracked corn (or samp), and water.
Shuck Bread — This is traditional cornbread. The Choctaws call it Bu-Na-Ha.
Strawberries in Honey Syrup
Whipped Raspberry Soup — This is a wonderful Northwest Indian recipe.
Wild Sage Bread
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