Koyama Indian Tacos

Auntie’s Fry Bread traces back more than 20 years to Little Big Horn Days in Hardin, Montana.  The Koyama family, Japanese Farmers who have lived in the area for over 60 years, came up with their own version of fry bread tacos, based on recipes learned from our friends and neighbors in the Crow Community.

In 2010, while living and working in Los Angeles, we had a hankering for fry bread tacos that could not be satisfied.

Growing up in Montana, fry bread tacos were a comfort food that we all loved (and still do). They are a Native American meal, often found at pow-wows and other festivities. So why is it not found in most major cities? In Los Angeles, we could not locate a single place to purchase a fry bread taco. We decided it was time to take the family recipe and share it with the big city folk. Thus, Auntie’s Fry Bread was born.


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Fry Bread FAQ!

What is fry bread?

-Fry Bread is Native American Style Bread that is handmade and cooked to order, it’s light, fluffy, and delicious.

Is Fry Bread Fried?

-Yes!  Fried to golden perfection using the highest quality canola oil, 100%.

Is it like a pizza?  Is it like funnel cake?

-No, while it may look similar at first, it is very unique and different.

Funnel cake is more of a sweet, crispy batter versus our fry bread, and fry bread is much lighter and fluffier than a pizza.

Where does this food come from?  How did you learn how to make us?

-Our recipes are a family tradition from Montana, where Chef Kate’s family has been serving fry bread and fry bread tacos for over 20 years.

Do you have any vegan options?

-Our frybread is not vegan, however, we can do our three sisters veggie as a salad, it’s vegan friendly.

What is the best way to eat your food?

-Our sliders can be eaten by hand, but you will probably want a knife and fork for your full size loaded fry bread