Some recipes from this book
- No Fry “Frybread”
- Traditional berry soup “Wojapi”
- Cactus pad salad with jalapeno dressing
- And more!
Recipes to celebrate Indigenous people and foods
“These six recipes bring a special opportunity to connect directly to
Native American heritage. By exploring these dishes, you’ll learn about
history, understand more about Native American culture and traditions,
and expand your own perspective on the world around us.
We are proud to share these recipes, which represent just a small
sampling of the diverse foods many American Indians have enjoyed
for thousands of years.
As you put them on your own family’s table, celebrate your connection
to our nation’s indigenous people and their lasting influence today!”
Partnership With Native Americans and Southwest Reservation Aid Website
PWNA works with reservation Program Partners who identify the needs in their communities that PWNA can help them address.
“We provide goods and services to our partners and work with them to plan and implement distributions and activities in their communities. This brings immediate relief, addressing basic day-to-day needs and supporting sustainability projects in tribal communities.”
Other recipes in this category
RecipeCooking with Indigenous Foods
Quench Your Thirst
Refreshing drink ideas with no or low sugar! Easy to make recipes and inspiration.View
CookbookCooking on a Budget
A Harvest of Recipes
A cookbook using foods available from the USDA Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR). Budget-Friendly!View
WebsiteCooking with Indigenous Foods
Cultural Conservancy: Cooking Greens and Native Foodways
Learn how to harvest and cook leafy greens!View
WebsiteCooking on a Budget
Cherokee Tribal Food Distribution Program
Find recipes, videos and more nutrition information from the Cherokee Tribal Food Distribution ProgramView