Wednesday, 21 December 2016


Hello Foodie, welcome back to my blog. I'll be sharing the recipe for PUFF PUFF in this post. I've got a number of positive feedback on my puff puff recipe and I'm excited sharing this recipe with you.
5 cups all purpose flour
1 cup white granulated sugar (if you've got a sweet tooth like myself you could add 1tbsp more)
1/2 cup powdered milk
2 - 3 tsp active yeast
1 – 1½ cup water

1 tsp nutmeg
A pinch of salt
1tsp Vanilla extract

There are a lot of ways you could give this recipe a twist, you could add scotch bonnet pepper (grated) to the batter - it tastes really great.

In a dry bowl, add all the dry ingredients and give it a stir.

Add water and vanilla to the dry ingredients and mix until a thick batter is formed.
Cover the batter with a kitchen towel and leave (in a warm spot) to rise for about an hour.
One hour later...
The batter should be doubled or tripled in size.

Place a pot filled halfway with vegetable oil on the cooker.
Heat the oil to about
Scoop the batter with your palm and drop into the oil.
Repeat this until you have dropped enough balls into the oil - don't overcrowd the puff-puff while it is frying.
Let the puff-puff fry for about 3 minutes or until golden brown.
Retrieve the golden puff-puff balls from the oil using a perforated/slotted spoon.
Place the puff-puff on a paper towel to absorb excess oil.
Repeat the frying process with the batter until you run out of batter.

Serve and enjoy.

Recipe by Adepoju Khadijah.

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