Chin chin is a fried snack in Nigeria, West Africa. Chin chin is made of dough containing flour, sugar, butter, and milk. Optional ingredients include eggs, nutmeg and baking powder according to individual preference. The dough is cut into tiny squares and typically deep fried.
Irresistibly sweet and mouthwateringly delicious, chin crunchies are totally crave-worthy individually handmade using a traditional recipe with west African origins, these delectable fried goodies are best enjoyed during holidays spent in the company of family and friends. Pair them with coffee, tea or wine to treat your taste buds with an indulging gourmet experience.
Preparation and Usage
Chin Chin is normally served or eaten as a snack with Juice, soda or water.
Recipes, meals, and how this is usually eaten
Nutritional information and health benefits
Chin Chin is a good source of carbohydrates and nutrients such as magnesium, iron, selenium, B vitamins, and dietary fiber.
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