In a mixing bowl combine your flour, baking powder, and salt.
Slowly add in your milk or water, just until the dough comes together (you may not need all of the milk).
Take a ball of dough and knead it a little between your hands to make it smooth and elastic.
It helps to have your hands covered in flour, or to use a lightly floured surface depending on how sticky the dough is.
Make the dough into a round ball and then press it flat.
Make it as big as you can without getting the dough to tear or "become so thin that you can read through it."
Slowly lay your dough into a prepared pan of oil starting with the end closest to you and working away from yourself to avoid any oil splashing in your direction.
When you see the bottom edges of the fried dough turn a golden brown, flip it over and repeat until that side is cooked too.
Remove the frybread and place it onto some paper towels to rest while you finish the rest of the batch.
Top with desired toppings