Hello From my Mama and Grandma’s kitchen.. to your Kitchen…
Today’s recipe is CHIN-CHIN
Nigerian Chin Chin is a crunchy deep-fried snack, and quite easy to make.
It’s also a big party favorite and is usually served at parties as an appetizer .
Chin chin is a nice quick snack for guests and suitable as a movie night snack for the family and of course, Kids love it too.
we should get to this interesting Recipe already right!!….
For those that know how to prepare this dish , join the conversation and for those that don’t; welcome to the conversation and this recipe is just for you…..
WHAT YOU WILL BE NEEDING (INGREDIENTS)
- 6 cups FLOUR
- 10 tablespoon SUGAR
- 2 cups BUTTER
- 1 cup MILK(optional)
- VEGETABLE OIL
- 1 1/2 tsp BAKING POWDER
- 3 EGGS
mix flour, baking powder and egg .mix all these ingredients together.
knead the dough until its smooth.knead dough and roll out on a flat surface using a rolling pin.
place some flour on the chopping board or flat surface.
flatten dough out until it is about 1/2 inch thick and cut the dough into little squares, each square about 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch.
place some oil on the stove on medium heat and allow for the oil to heat up. once the oil is hot place a hand full of the chopped pastry into the oil.
it is okay if the oil foams when you drop your pastry in.. just stir it around and it ‘ll be fine.
allow for chin chin deep fry until it is golden brown.
place the fried chin chin on a paper towel to soak up the oil.
Now that’s how you make Chin Chin.. go on and try it out Food Lovers and remember to share ….
If it looks anything like the photo in this post then well done…. and if it does not its the first of many trials… don’t give up…..try again…
- You could keep for a long period(about 4 weeks) if stored properly in airtight containers.