• Ghanaians call it Bofrot (togbei), Congolese call it mikate, gbofloto in Ivory Coast; Cameroonians, Liberian …
    View Post
  • The rich show no mercy to someone in need. When we die we go directly …
    View Post
  • Friendship is not about having friends, rather it’s more about “being” …
    View Post
  • The Starbucks caramel Frappuccino is the most famous drink around the world. I have seen …
    View Post
  • Netflix is making our social distancing a little easier. The streaming service has announced a …
    View Post
  • How To Make Gourmet PUFF – PUFF

    How To Make Gourmet PUFF – PUFF

     

    Delicious pastry

    *HOW TO PREPARE PUFF – PUFF*

    Making the Puff – Puff is both easy and complicated. Easy because the mixing is quite straight forward and you will see proof that you are doing things right as you go along. It is only complicated when you do not follow the steps as detailed.

    For about 25 balls of Puff Puff, you will need

    INGREDIENTS:

    1. 2 CUPS OF PLAIN FLOUR.

    2. 2 TEASPOON OF YEAST (THE ONE USED IN BAKING BREAD)

    3. ½ TEASPOON OF GROUND NUTMEG

    4. ½ CUP GRANULATED SUGAR (OR TO YOUR TASTE)

    5. 3 PINCHES OF SALT

    6. LUKEWARM WATER (FOR MIXING)

    7. VEGETABLE OIL (FOR FRYING).

    puff puff

    *NOTE* If your yeast is the type that looks like tiny pebbles or is like paste, mix it with lukewarm water and set aside. You will add it later when you have added water to the puff puff mix. But if your yeast is in powder form, then add it when you add the other dry ingredients to the flour.

    DIRECTIONS:

    1. Put the flour in a bowl, add the ground Nutmeg, Powdered yeast, sugar, and salt. Mix all these together.

    2. Add water in small quantities and mix everything by hand till you have a good blend of all the ingredients. Add the yeast you mixed with lukewarm water if applicable. Use warm water to mix the puff puff ingredients if you want it to rise faster.

    3. Keep mixing till the batter is smooth but not too watery to flow from a spoon. The mix should be much thicker than pancake batter.

    4. Cover the bowl with aluminum foil and make sure it is airtight by pressing the edges of the bowl.

    5. Leave to rise for about 45 minutes. When OK to fry, the Puff Puff batter should have risen in quantity and will have some air bubbles.

    6. Pour some oil in a deep pot and allow it to heat up. It’s not advisable to use a deep fryer for puff puff, because of the netting but if you still want to use it, set the temperature to 170 ‘C.

    Note: the oil should be at least 3inches deep. This is so that the puff puff will become spherical when scooped into the oil. You don’t want to end up with flat pancakes. *LOL*

    puff puff: what you need!

    7. Test that the oil is hot enough by putting a drop of batter into the oil, if it sizzles and comes up to the surface of the oil, then the oil is hot enough. If the oil is not hot enough l, the batter will go down to the bottom of the oil and stay there.

    8. When the hot is hot enough, scoop some batter into the oil with your hand by pressing the batter to come out from between your thumb and index finger.

    9. Put in more scoops of the batter, as much as the space in the frying pot will allow without overcrowding.

    10. Once the underside of the puff puff has turned golden brown, flip the ball so that the topside will be fried as well.

    11. When both sides are golden brown, take out the puff puff balls and place them in a sieve. If you want to reduce the oil on your Puff Puff as much as possible, then line your sieve with paper towels to help soak away the excess oil on the puff puff.

    Frying puff puff

    Well, that is how the Nigerian Puff Puff is made. Serve with a chilled drink. Feel free to top it up with jam and other condiments you normally eat doughnuts with.

    Snacks: puff puff

    Thanks for reading. As always drop your suggestions, questions, and observation in the comment section down below. We will also be conducting a Thanksgiving and Christmas giveaway so stay tuned. Love y’all ?

     

    Follow:

    2 Comments

    1. Lynda Jane
      November 14, 2019 / 12:00am11

      Awesome post ♥

      • monica
        Author
        November 14, 2019 / 12:00am11

        Thank you sweetheart!

    %d bloggers like this: