While researching Native American food I didn’t realize how similar they are to South American cuisine. It comes to show that all of the indigenous tribes in the Americas are connected through food.

Today I’m excited to share five tasty indigenous recipes you can make to celebrate Native American Heritage Month.

1.This Cherokee bean bread reminds me of the Mexican tamales.

2. This Navajo fry bread looks delish!

3. Kanuch is a delicacy made out of hickory nuts.

4. Cherokee/Choctaw Indian Chestnut Bread

5. Native American Wojapi is a thick berry dish. Traditionally it wasn’t made with flour and sugar.

For more indigenous recipes visit A Taste of Indian Country: The TCJ Indigenous Cookbook

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Native American Heritage Month | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Welcome to our sixth annual celebration of Native American Heritage Month! Today our bloggers are sharing posts about teaching children about these rich cultures. See the list of participating blogs below, and don’t forget to link up your own posts as well! Don’t miss our series from last year, 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014, plus you can find even more ideas on our Native/Indigenous Cultures Pinterest board:

Follow Multicultural Kid Blogs’s board Native/Indigenous Cultures on Pinterest.

Participating Blogs

Faith Seeker Kids on Multicultural Kid Blogs
Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes
Crafty Moms Share
Kids Spanish Book Club
Tiny Tapping Toes

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