Nigerian Chinchin is a popular Nigerian deep-fried dough snack. Chinchin can also be baked though the baked version isn’t as popular as the fried version. Chinchin can be prepared hard, soft, or in between. I like mine soft with just a bit of crunch. This recipe is for the “in-between” version; not too hard or soft but definitely crunchy. If you prefer hard Chinchin, then do not add baking powder and the egg. Also, add more flour to the dough when mixing; to achieve the firm dough consistency.
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