There are different types of snacks with different taste and different shape but this time I will be telling you about my new homemade snack which is Nigerian buns with egg
I am going to be sharing my recipe with you you so follow it and be rest assured that the final result will be great.
Buns is different from puff puff because of the process, taste and texture is not the same. You can eat two pieces of Buns and you will be satisfied but as for puff puff, you will keep eating untill your mind tells you to stop😊 before you can fill your stomach with it.
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My first attempt on Buns turnout pretty good so if your own first attempt failed you do not give up, because practice makes perfect.
My new best snacks is Buns because it is very fast to prepare, no yeast, no waiting for it to raise and it doesn’t consume plenty oil like puff puff.
Some people do not like the egg in their Buns like my baby sister no milk no egg and some prefer egg to milk. But you can choose to skip both egg and milk and you will still have your Buns so nice and yummy.
Different people with different taste, you can decided to remove dairy from your recipe but on this topic we are going to be add both the egg and milk to our recipe because we don’t want our buns to be too hard.
Nigeria Buns is crusty on the outside and fluffy inside. There are some equipment you will need for the making process;
- Mixing bowl
- Frying spoon
Arranging everything you want to use before the preparation is good because it will be easy to locate.
We need some ingredients to make Nigerian buns
Nigerian buns ingredients
- 3 cups of all purpose flour
- 3 tablespoonful of margarine
- 1 Egg
- ½ teaspoon of salt
- 1/3 cups of sugar
- 150g of milk
- I teaspoon of baking powder
- Enough vegetable oil for deep frying.
- How to prepare Nigerian Buns
* In a clean bowl, first add all your dry ingredients: flour, sugar salt, baking powder and mix it thoroughly.
* Now form a small well at the middle and break in your egg ( both the white egg and the yolk) mix and add milk bit by bit and mix.
* Mix all the ingredients thoroughly untill the batter is smooth and lump free. Cover the batter and allow to rest for few minutes.
* Turn on gas and place a clean saucepan on it, add enough oil to allow deep frying. Heat up the oil for a while but not too hot, use your ice cream scooper to scoop some batter into the oil ( can also use your hand) if your batter is thick enough you can mould it with your hand into a round ball shape.
* Fry on medium heat for about 15-20 minutes, turn as you fry so that their inside cook as well.
Fry till it turns golden brown, remove from the oil and fry the remaining batter using the same process.
Your Nigeria buns is ready.
Yeast can’t be used when making buns.
If you want your buns to be hard remove egg and milk from your recipe.
If you want a round buns, your batter must be thick enough to be mould.
You can use water in place of milk
Your oil should not be too hot when frying it, to allow both the outside and inside to cook well.
If your are on your journey of losing some fat buns is not for you.
Do not overcrowd the pan. Fry in batches.
Serve Nigerian buns with chilled juice.
Stella Aleem simply Stellaleem is a content editor at MamaJayFoods.com
I’m a wife, a mother, I love cooking and I’ve decided from day one to be teaching people all what I know.