Biscuit Mix



Raising sheep is a century old tradition for the Navajo people who began herding them as a main source of trade and food. Winter and summer camps were established across the reservation by many families. Cooking biscuits for breakfast over the open fire at sheep camps sets the tone for the day and prepares the mind and body for the day ahead. Sheep continue to be a crucial component in the Navajo culture that connects the people to their heritage and identity.Directions: Pour contents of package into bowl and mix. Add oil and water, and stir for a few seconds until batter is moist and mixed. Scoop by spoonfuls onto un-greased baking/cookie sheet. Bake at 425 for 15-20 minutes. Makes 9-12 BisquitsIngredients: Enriched Bleached Flour, Bluecorn meal, Baking powder, sugar, saltContains: WheatAdd oil and water. Instructions included. Manufactured in Gallup, NM 87301.

Weight1 lbs
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