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|I Need Chin Chin Recipe by missojugo(f): 1:07pm On Dec 16, 2012|
Please does any one know a very good recipe for very crunchy chic chin. I have seen some recipes that include eggs while some don't. Can someone please help!
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by missojugo(f): 6:15pm On Dec 16, 2012|
Pls house. Don't just view and leave if you have the recipe.
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by JIV: 9:29pm On Dec 16, 2012|
KAL 08167493093 FOR UR RECIPE
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by JIV: 9:31pm On Dec 16, 2012|
AND YES GOOD CRUNCHY EDIBLE CHIN REQUIRES EGGS ND ZEITS
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by Anistef: 10:09am On Dec 22, 2012|
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by missojugo(f): 1:26pm On Dec 22, 2012|
JIV: AND YES GOOD CRUNCHY EDIBLE CHIN REQUIRES EGGS ND ZEITS
Pls what is ZEITS?
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by missojugo(f): 1:29pm On Dec 22, 2012|
How do u make all this into edible chin chin? I do know all the ingredients required. What I need is a recipe detailing proportions and step by step explanations prefarably from someone who knows how to make it themselves. Thanks
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by Anistef: 2:25pm On Dec 22, 2012|
Makes about 2 gallons.
6 cups flour
2 cups butter/margarine
1½ teaspoons baking powder
1 cup of water
1 cup of milk (or additional cup of water)
10 tablespoons of sugar
Mix all the ingredients together.
Mix and/or knead the dough until it is smooth.
Place some powder on a cutting board or other flat surface.
Place some dough on the cutting board and flatten it until it is about ½ inch thick (1¼ cm)
Cut the dough into little squares, each square about ½ inch by ½ inch (1¼ cm by 1¼ cm).
Place some oil on the stove on medium heat, and allow the oil to heat up.
Once the oil is hot, place a few handfuls of the cut pieces into the oil. (the oil may appear to foam...that is all right though rotating with a utensil will tame it a bit).
Allow the chin-chin to deep fry until brown. Some people prefer it light brown, and others dark brown.
Place the fried pieces on a napkin to soak up the extra oil.
Eaten as a snack.
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by Anistef: 2:28pm On Dec 22, 2012|
I guess dis ll help
|Re: I Need Chin Chin Recipe by missojugo(f): 5:45pm On Dec 31, 2012|
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