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Easy Puff Puff Recipe



Easy Puff Puff Recipe

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So today am keeping the post short and straight to the point. Puff puff is a popular Nigerian street snack, it’s very soft, sweet and deep fried to perfection, it’s a snack that both kids and adults alike enjoy so well, also no Nigerian party is complete without it as it always makes its way to the small chops stand.

This snack can be very addictive and I don’t blame anyone cos once you have had a taste of it, you will keep going back for more.

Personally while I was pregnant with my first time child it was all that I craved and there was this woman on my way to the hospital that Fry’s puff puff, chai you need to see me queuing up for puff puff, and the woman was so kind that she would attend to me first because of my huge belly before anyone else. As much love as I have for it, i have always been scared of making it because I heard a lot of stories about it not coming out right.

After so many attempts at making it and ending up with pancake looking stuff, i finally nailed it and I haven’t stopped making it since then. This recipe am showing you today is fail proof, just make sure your follow it exactly and in no time you will be a pro at making one of Nigeria’s most popular snack.

Easy Puff Puff RecipeIngredients
2cups flour
Vegetable oil for frying
4tablespoons sugar
1teaspoon salt
2teaspoon active dry yeast
2cups of warm milk (mix your powder Milk with warm water)

Note- the milk or water you are using must be warm not hot, this step is the most important as it could make or break your mixture, the water should be warm enough to give to a child to drink, when you touch it you shouldn’t feel hot at all just warm please.


Easy Puff Puff RecipeTake a large bowl and pour in all the dry ingredients, mix very well and then gently pour in your milk or water and mix till you get a mixture that is neither too thick nor running, it should look like the picture below. After mixing, take a kitchen towel and cover the bowl, place in the warmest part of your house, usually while mixing I turn on my oven and turn it off once am through mixing and just keep the bowl inside the oven. Allow it to rise for about 45mintues, when you open it, there would be bubbles on top and it would have doubled in quantity, just use your hand or a spoon and mix it again to let out all the trapped air.

Easy Puff Puff RecipePlace a deep pot on medium heat and pour in about 1litre of vegetable oil, allow to heat up for at least 10minutes,test your oil but scooping some of the batter into it and see if it floats back up, if it does then your oil is hot enough, if not just allow it heat up some more.

Using a soup spoon or cooking spoon, scoop the batter into the oil carefully, allow it to fry for about 1minute and flip so the other side can get brown as well, take them out of the oil and strain in a filter, pick one and throw into your mouth so you enjoy the fruit of your labour. Repeat same process till you are out of batter, if you are like me, eat half in the kitchen while it’s still very hot and serve the rest.Easy Puff Puff Recipe

Enjoy your puff puff with a chilled drink of your choice and see you in my next post, dont forget to leave your comments.

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  1. Stanislaus Okwor

    February 25, 2019 at 9:59 am

    I like this.

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Nigerian Chicken Curry Sauce



Nigerian Chicken Curry Sauce1

Just as the name implies, it’s a Nigerian version of the western chicken curry soup, which has gravy like consistency and look.

What makes this different is that we use vegetables that are common to us, corn flour or flour for thickens and trust me it’s so delicious and a great alternative for our tomatoes based stews and sauces.

I put my own twist on it, this recipe is very easy to make and a great way to eat your vegetables, so let’s get cooking. For this recipe you will need the following


Chicken 8pieces
Curry powder
1 tablespoon corn flour or plain flour
Runner beans
Irish potatoes
3 tablespoon vegetable oil
Green pepper
Red pepper
Salt and seasoning cubes

Nigerian Chicken Curry Sauce1 Nigerian Chicken Curry Sauce1 Nigerian Chicken Curry Sauce1Directions

Wash and boil your chicken like I have done in the picture below with salt, seasoning, curry powder, thyme, ginger and garlic, I prefer to use chicken stock in making my curry than just plain water, it makes it more flavorful .

 Slice your carrots into circles not to thick or too thin.

Wash and peel your potatoes, cut it up in sizeable chunks, slice your red and green peppers plus runner beans and then mince your garlic and ginger.

After the chicken has boiled for about 10minutes, take it out and sieve the stock then set aside.

In a clean pot add your vegetable oil on low heat and gently sauté your onions, garlic, ginger and curry, till it’s softened.

Add the carrots and potatoes to the onion mix and stir to combine, the flavors right now will just make you hungry! Allow these to cook together for just 2minutes while constantly stirring.

Nigerian Chicken Curry Sauce1Now is the time to add your chicken stock and cover to boil till the carrots and potatoes are soft but still crunchy, add in the peppers, runner beans and chicken taste for salt and seasoning and adjust accordingly, allow these to cook together for 5minutes.

Take your corn flour or plain flour and mix with 3tablespoons of water, gently stir this into the pot to help thicken the sauce, be careful not to pour in all the flour mix at once or your sauce might get too thick( if it gets too thick just add a little water and you will be fine).

Cook this for another 3minutes and your Nigerian Chicken Curry sauce is readily yes drum rolls right now.

 Serve this yummy dish with rice or pasta, I served mine with rice and enjoy.

Please leave me your comments, let me know if you tried it out and if you had any difficulty with the recipe. Follow me on Instagram and also don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel, see you guys in my next post.


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Banga Rice recipe – Nigerian palm nut rice



Banga Rice recipe - Nigerian palm nut rice

Banga rice is completely different from the native jollof rice and even tastier. Rice is one of the most staple foods you will find in Nigerian homes, and we sure have so many ways to prepare it deliciously.

The secret to the perfect Banga rice is to use fresh Banga juice (visit my YouTube channel for a video on how to extract Banga juice from fresh palm nuts, and remember to subscribe) and fresh Banga spices, lots of onion, crayfish and smoked fish, but please feel free to use the store bought ones if that’s what you can find.

 For this recipe you will need the following and you can also adjust these ingredients to your liking.


3cups rice
4cups Banga juice
Ground crayfish 3tablespoon
Smoked fish
Red onions 2big ones
Habanero pepper
Yellow pepper
Banga spices 1tablespoon
Seasoning cubes
Stock fish
Scent leaves


Pour your Banga juice into a large pot and bring to boil, wash your rice and add to the pot, put some salt to taste and cover to boil.

Dice up on onion ball and add to the rice that’s already cooking. Wash your stock fish and add it to the rice as well.

Blend your peppers with onions, uncover your rice and add the smoked fish (wash and debone it), the pepper blend, crayfish and the seasoning cubes, taste to make sure you have added enough, you don’t want to overpower the original taste of the Banga, allow this to cook till the rice is soft which should be about 20minutes then you can add the Banga spices, stir very well to combine cover and allow to cook for another 10 minutes.

Once the rice is almost dry add your scent leaves that you have chopped and washed to the rice, stir it well into you rice, which by this time its aroma is disturbing the neighborhood.

Turn off your cooker once the rice starts to dry up and stir very well, serve with your choice of protein and drink.

And that’s your Banga rice recipe guys, it’s so easy and a one pot meal that you can make any time for yourself and your family, please try it out guys and let me know what you think.

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Banana and cookie crumbles ice cream (best homemade ice cream)



Banana and cookie crumbles ice cream1

Ice creams are so sweet and delicious that one can never get enough of it, and the idea of making it in the comfort of your home is simply amazing!

Just the thought of opening your freezer and having ice cream ready anytime you want it, especially on a hot sunny day is one reason why you should consider making it at home.

Banana and cookie crumbles ice cream1The one thing that scares people off from making ice cream at home is the fear of it not coming out right and having to get so many ingredients and so on.

But what if I tell you that you can make ice cream with just 3ingredients! Yes you read that right, 3ingredient ice cream with no need for an ice cream machine; funny thing is you might already have these ingredients in your kitchen.

This is my first attempt at ice cream making, as it was hubby’s birthday over the weekend I just wanted to try something different, so I whipped up this yummy banana and cookie crumbles ice cream that came out so good and left me feeling like a pro. So for this recipe you will need the following


1) 6 meduim ripe bananasBanana and cookie crumbles ice cream1

2) 1 cup full cream milk

3) 5 tablespoon sugar

4) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract.

5) A pack of cookies


Peel and cut up your bananas into circles and freeze them in a Ziploc bag till they are frozen. Bring them out of the freezer and place in a blender with the milk, sugar and vanilla.

Blend till its super smooth, please resist the temptation to dip a spoon in and lick some, just scoop it all out and place in a bowl with cover, allow this to sit in the freezer till its semi frozen.

Bring it out and crumbled up any cookies of your choice (I used Oreos) into the ice cream and mix to combine.

Keep in the freezer till its frozen and firm, serve with your choice of toppings or just on its own.

Try out this recipe and don’t forget to leave me your comments in the comments section.

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