Nigerian Buns: My Third Attempt And Best Yet

Hot buns. 
These buns are my best so far. I felt so proud of myself after this task. This my daughter that is beginning to ask for mummy's bun every weekend I don't know what to do about it. 
Btw, About the camera and those congratulating me on the "supposed" purchase of a new camera., thanks but this old one doesn't need any replacement yet. It has always been a great camera in the hands of a learner owner. I think I'm learning to use it better now.

Back to buns matter. Last weekend, she woke up and asked for my buns AGAIN. I had to do this in a hurry without any recipe post in the kitchen. I refused to open AyaOba's bun recipe. Just told myself that I am not  a slow learner and refuse to be. I tried to remember the ingredients and steps, after a few minutes,
voila, these manageable but tasty buns were ready.I'm hoping and praying that she doesn't remember mummy's bun tomorrow Saturday.
Mixing the dough
Buns waiting to be fried
Frying buns in oil
Brown buns cooking in oil
Fried buns cooling in a strainer
Yummy Nigerian buns by Eya
Psychedelic fresh buns
Golden brown buns by me
Well cooked buns by the best bun maker
I congratulate myself and hope it gets better. I am so scared to try again. I didn't use any measurement and not sure how it turned out so good, that's why I don't want to try again. I hate a situation where my fourth attempt comes out looking worse. It's advisable to always use measurement so you know where and waht to correct in case of incasity. See All The Ingredients for these buns HERE I try small!
Enjoy!


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  1. Lookin @ dis post led me 2 d puff puff post and I just want 2 go down 2 lagos island 2 buy already made puff puff. *sigh*
    I don't like buns again cos they r hard but I can kill 4 egg rolls.

    Pls who can make egg rolls? When I tried it, the dough fell apart and I was eating fried boiled egg and burnt buns.

    *sadmuch*

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  2. Anonymous6/07/2013

    Great job Eya, but i still recommend some more baking powder and mixing the dough with slight warm water. Thanks. Phyllis

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  3. Hi Eya, thanks for letting me in on your blog. I've been trying to check in on this blog for so long, now finally. I'm a lover of healthy and nutritious food and advice. Hope someday i be able to mail to you some nice recipes to share. Thanks again. Phyllis E.

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  4. Hi Eya, thanks for letting me in on your blog. I've been trying to check in on this blog for so long, now finally. I'm a lover of healthy and nutritious food and advice. Hope someday i be able to mail to you some nice recipes to share. Thanks again. Phyllis E.

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  5. Hi Eya, thanks for letting me in on your blog. I've been trying to check in on this blog for so long, now finally. I'm a lover of healthy and nutritious food and advice. Hope someday i be able to mail to you some nice recipes to share. Thanks again. Phyllis E.

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  6. Nice one aunty Ojay,u keeping improving sha.
    Btw thank you aunty Ojay,Ruby,Lizzy and all who wished my lovely sister Lindiway a happy birthday,it was fun and I was more surprised when I saw the two cakes she baked herself,wished she took the pix of the preparation. Happy birthday to you Lizzy hope you're as good as my sister,lolz that girl is awesome,she's a miracle. *runsaway"

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. I love it when guys appreciate their sisters. Bonario, the guy wey go marry your sis must have good head on his neck or else...

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  7. In making egg rolls, the dough recipe could be the same as in that for buns or simple sausage / ground beef (seasoned) . If you are using the buns dough recipe, the secret is adding some baking powder and a little bit dried yeast. And please the molding has to be perfect for greater effects. Phyllis E.

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  8. Nice Nicer Nicest....

    To think that it originated from ghana (#buns) and now our naija ppl can domesticate it I'll say... "Wonderbar"

    Bitte, ich motche gerne ihre buns essen!
    Order es twei geben... Danke!



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  9. I want to make buns 2day but I will run to Ayaoba's recipes.

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  10. Nice one! Aunty Eya, I am still not a buns fan but you are tempting me o...!

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  12. Anonymous6/08/2013

    Madam pls stop ur theatrics

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  13. TheChronicled The pictures are making my mouth to water. I really wish to taste some.

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