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Chin Chin snacks is a home-made American sweet pastry snack made from wheat flour. It is a cookie biscuit that is fried, not baked. Our Chin Chin is crunchy but soft and melts in your mouth. It is similar to the Scandinavian snack called “klenat”, a crunchy, donut-like baked or fried dough of wheat flour, and other customary baking items. It is also a popular West African dessert common in countries like Nigeria, Cameroon and Ghana. It’s recipe also comes with ground nutmeg for flavor. The dough is usually kneaded and cut into small one-inch (or so) squares, about a quarter of an inch thick, before frying. It is so tasty and delicious that you will ask for more. It comes in different aluminum window-like foil in different packs.
Alongside crêpes and waffles, French beignets are part of the most famous dishes prepared in France for the occasion of Mardi-Gras or Carnival. The pastry usually consists of deep-fried dough and is a sort of doughnut. Beignets originate from France and, depending on the region, can be prepared in many ways. Hence, they have different names: bugnes, merveilles, oreillettes, corchevets, vautes, etc. In Alsace alone, there are several varieties of beignets, including Fasenachtskiechle (similar to Berliners) and Schenkeles.
Meat pies with fillings such as steak, cheese, steak and kidney, minced beef, or chicken and mushroom are popular in the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand and Nigeria as take-away snacks. They are also served with chips as an alternative to fish and chips at British chip shops.The Cornish pasty, which so admirably comprises a dinner in itself—meat, potatoes, and other good things well cooked and made up into so portable a form—was a subject of much admiration and reminded me of the old coaching days. Cornish pasties are very popular with the working classes in this neighborhood and have lately been successfully introduced into some parts of Devonshire. They are made of small pieces of beef, and thin slices of potatoes, highly peppered, and enclosed in wrappers of paste.