The half tray of African Puff Puff comes with 40 pieces and is eligible for shipment to any part of the world.
What is Puff Puff?
Most West African countries are familiar with the popular street food Puff-Puff, which is known by different names depending on the country. Ghanaians call it Bofrot (togbei), and Cameroonians and Nigerians call it Puff-Puff (Puff) or beignet in French. The basic ingredient consists of flour, sugar, yeast, water, salt, and oil for deep frying. Puff puff is a deep-fried dough. Puff puff is an African classic, usually sold in street-side shops. Many countries around the world have their own version of fried dough. In Nigeria, it’s puff puff, a yeast-based fried dough that, as its name suggests, puffs up as it fries. The golden, bite-sized spheres have a soft, fluffy interior and a slightly crisp exterior. They’re a popular street food, as well as one of our staple small chops, or finger foods. At many parties, you’ll be served a variety of small chops like puff puff, samosas, and spring rolls to give you something to snack on. They are made from yeast dough, shaped into balls, and deep-fried until golden brown. It has a doughnut-like texture but is slightly chewier. It is a very common snack eaten by many countries but with different names and a little bit of variation in the mode of preparation.
Puff-puff is usually eaten for breakfast, as a snack, or as a side dish. Regardless of when you eat them. They are enjoyable with or without a side dish. The beauty of puff puffs is that can eat them sweet or savory. it’s a great snack, appetizer, or dessert.
You may order large quantities for large discounts for party events by calling or emailing us.
We also provide for large catering orders, for this, call 214-865-8471 or email Sales@deliciousbites.kitchen
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