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How To Make Chin Chin

Discussion in 'Cooking Tips/Food Tutorials' started by Abah Moses, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. Abah Moses

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    C H I N - C H I N by Abah Moses


    -1kg flour

    -200g margarine

    -150ml whole milk or (70g powdered milk/75ml condensed milk, or 100ml evaporated milk)

    -Half tsp of baking powder (optional)

    -100g sugar

    -1/2 tsp salt

    -1 tsp ground nutmeg

    -3 raw eggs (optional)

    -Vegetable oil


    -Beat the egg and set aside

    -Pour sugar into a small bowl, add the milk and mix thoroughly

    -In a bigger bowl, add the flour, baking powder, salt, nutmeg, mix well and add margarine, mix thoroughly with your hands until it looks like fine bread crumbs

    -Add the egg and the mixed sugar mixture. Mix well till you get a smooth but stiff Dough.
    Note: if you are using powdered milk, add water to it first
    The dough doubles in size when placed in oil so don't cut it too big

    -Heat up some oil until it's very hot... start frying.
    -Stir continuously until all Chinchin changes from white to brown.

    Note: Don't fry too many at a time, take them in batches. Transfer fried Chinchin into a pan and allow to cool completely
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