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Chin-chin 
I love making chin-chin. After we clear up the countertop and my mom powders the surface with a thin layer of flour, we mix together various amounts of more flour, butter, eggs, milk, sugar, water, and a hint of vanilla extract into a lava-like mountain. We knead the ingredients together until the mixture has turned into a soft, thick & smooth dough; flatten it out; slice off thin strips and cut off tiny cubes; fry them in hot oil for a few minutes; then EAT. Although the process a bit on the lengthy side, I think it’s all worth the wait.





  3 years ago    43 notes    chin chin  food  culture  dessert  bread  nigeria  africa  

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  15. justschpielin said: wow, that chin-chin in the picture looks like someone spend forever on making it with all the little grooves in them!
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