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|Recipe For Chin Chin by sisterlove: 3:59pm On May 23, 2007|
I need a recipe for chin chin.
|Re: Recipe For Chin Chin by cuteass1(f): 11:55pm On May 23, 2007|
Here's one, copied and pasted from the one and only consultant :
Afterwards, call me to taste
|Re: Recipe For Chin Chin by sisterlove: 2:30am On May 28, 2007|
Thanks for the recipe!
|Re: Recipe For Chin Chin by English1(f): 12:12pm On Jun 04, 2007|
Ha, I tried to make some the other day and it all went a bit wrong. For a start I used self-raising flour instead of plain. and then I had to guess the quantities because we don't use 'cups' here in the UK.
It came out like donuts instead (and was very nice) but does have anyone have a recipe that tells you the quantities in ounces or grams not cups? And I guess it is plain flour not self-raising?
|Re: Recipe For Chin Chin by ijelendu(f): 4:11pm On Oct 16, 2010|
thanks , i will try it [color=#000099][/color]
|Re: Recipe For Chin Chin by Nobody: 8:12pm On Oct 18, 2010|
Yummy yummy yummy. I made some last week. Thanks for sharing
|Re: Recipe For Chin Chin by InkedNerd(f): 8:23pm On Oct 18, 2010|
Mmm, chin chin
|Re: Recipe For Chin Chin by naijainfogalery: 4:46pm On Jan 02|
Chin-Chin: Pour, Shake, Crunch!
Sometimes called Nigerian cookies, Chin-Chin is a sweet snack made of fried dough. We like it not too hard, not too soft, enough to deliver that satisfying crunch. Kids, their parents and their grandparents all love this snack.
Are you in the US looking for where to buy Nigeria made chin chin
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