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Nigerian Puff Puff Recipe By Ahdaisy Jayde

Puff puff in paper napkins to drain oil.
This puff puff recipe and Ayaoba's came almost at the same
time. One was posted immediately while this was kept for a later date to avoid
confusing you guys as to which to try first.

Ingredients For Puff Puff
I am used to doing 'eye' measurements but this should do.
  • Flour 2 cups
  • Yeast (quick rise)2 teaspoons
  • Sugar 1/4 cups (less or more depends on your taste)
  • Nutmeg (I prefer to grate it myself. I dunno why but i feel it taste better than the packaged one. Truth is, it might be just my mind)
  • Warm water 1 1/2 cups (or more but the batter should be not too thick and not runny)
  • Salt A pinch (optional)
Direction For Making Puff Puff

1. In a mixing bowl, combine all your dry ingredients and mix very well. Make sure the nutmeg is grated well and all the ingredients are thoroughly combined.

2. Add the warm water and mix with a wooden spatula.

3. Cover with a table cloth, or foil, or cling film (I used this cos my foil had finished. But I don't think it's the best option as it makes the bowl so air tight). Keep for 1-2 hours. but one hour is ok with this particular yeast. I don't know of others.

4 Fry in hot oil. You can use an ice-cream scoop if you don't know the hand technique. Reduce the heat a little to allow the inside cook nicely.

Serve and enjoy.
Measuring flour for puff puff
Adding sugar
Add yeast to make puff puff rise
 Add the warm water and mix with a wooden spatula.
  Cover with a table cloth, or foil, or cling film (I used this cos my foil had finished. But I don't think it's the best option as it makes the bowl so air tight). Keep for 1-2 hours. But 1 an hour is ok with this particular yeast. I don't know of others.
Paper napkins to drain excess oil from puff puff
Fry in hot oil. You can use an ice-cream scoop if you don't know the hand technique. Reduce the heat a little to allow the inside cook nicely 
A plate of puff puff
Warning : if you are watching your weight, make it once in a long while and make it when you have hungry people around so that you don't eat it alone. Also try not to buy the ingredients in bulk so that you don't get tempted to make it every day.
Ahdaisy is the blogger behind Diary Of A Pleasant Heart.

Comments

  1. Anonymous4/27/2013

    Another nice one. I can eat puff everyday.

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  2. @AhDaisy, ehn... This puff puff be like akara. But am sure it'll be darn good!

    I hope to try mine soon, I pray it dosent look like moi-moi and taste like sand-witch.

    Nice1

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    1. Lol. It's cos I used a normal tablespoon to fry it.... :-)

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    2. Ace Bentley, so you can cook as in C O O K- cook! Wow! I'm sorry but I didn't see you as someone who could cook or even step into the kitchen. I apologise once again.

      This is good!

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  3. Anonymous4/27/2013

    Lol @ be like akara.

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  4. Anonymous4/30/2013

    Hahaha Ahdaisy, i have seen ur recipes here before. You cook better than this. Me think u did dis in a hurry. Nice though.

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  5. Jazmyn4/30/2013

    Nice puff puff, I think Ahdaisy did not add enough yeast here.

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