Calming Winds Creek Fry Bread

Tribal Affiliation: Lower Muskogee Creek (Whigham, Georgia)

Type of Dish: Today’s Native Dishes

Top 10 resepte vir laer Muskogee Creek (Whigham, Georgia)


1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/4 cup sugar

2 cups white lily flour self-rising

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

1 16oz. sour cream water

Process Involved.

Mix all dry ingredients in a good mixing bowl and add sour cream to the dry ingredients. Add water work the mixture into dough. Leave the mixture to rest for about 1/2 hr. so it could rise. Pull off pieces of dough. Roll dough pieces in flour, make a ball and then flatten. Begin heating the oil. About 400 degrees is a good starting point. It if smokes, it is too hot. Fry in oil until golden brown, then turn over once—once only. When the second side is also golden brown, place the fry bread in a warmed, deep bowl lined with good absorbent paper towel to soak up the excess grease. Then use your best topping and enjoy.

Redman’s Cornbread

Tribal Affiliation: Creek from Georgia

Type of Dish: Contemporary & Traditional


2 cups water ground cornmeal

One can stewed tomatoes

One chopped onion

Salt and Pepper to taste

Pot of hot oil (preferably after frying fish)

Process Involved.

In a large bowl, add cornmeal, salt, and pepper. Dump in the juice from the canned tomatoes, and squish the tomatoes through your fingers into the bowl. Add chopped onions. Mix and drop by the teaspoon full into the hot oil and fry until golden brown.

Corn Cakes

Tribal Affiliation: Native American Ancestry, most likely Cherokee

Type of Dish: Today’s Native Dishes



1/3 cup water

One cup pounded corn


Process Involved.

Pound hard corn until powder like. Pour in water and sprinkle cinnamon. Put in a little amount of honey.

Make a type of patty cake Melt butter in a small pan and cook until golden brown (flip sides occasionally). Let cool and pour honey.

Native Fruit Drink

Tribal Affiliation: Cherokee and Creek

Type of Dish: Contemporary & Traditional


4 Cups water

A Cup of Fruit (preferably Wild Strawberries and Blackberries or any fresh berry perhaps peaches)

Honey (to taste)

Process Involved.

Mix all ingredient in a blender and grind.

Add the honey and stir. Best served chilled.

Creek swamp cabbage

Tribal Affiliation: Muskogee Creek, central Florida

Type of Dish: Contemporary & Traditional


Heart of one cabbage palm tree

Salt pork or bacon fried

Salt and pepper to taste

A teaspoon of sugar


Process Involved.

Clean the harsh covering off the cabbage, wash and cut into small pieces. If it does not cut easy, peel another layer off. Fry bacon until crisp. Add sliced cabbage, salt pepper, and a spoon or two of sugar, then boil for an hour or two until fork tender. àReady to Eat.