Puff-Puff are Nigerian traditional round doughnuts made by combining flour, yeast, butter, eggyolk, vanilla flavoring, etc. to make a dought. This dough is then formed into a regular- sized circular or puff form by scooping it into the hollow of your fingers and fry in hot oil on moderate heat. Puff-Puff are serve as hot or cold snack, sometimes dipped in sugar.

Related Articles

Achappam ■■■■■■■■
Achappam refers to a traditional, sweet and crunchy snack of Kerala, India. Special flower shaped metallic . . . Read More
Berliner ■■■■■■■
Berliner refer to German doughnuts/donuts filled with marmalade or jam. It is also called Berliner Pfannkuche. . . . Read More
Churros ■■■■■■■
Churros in the food context refers to a popular Spanish and Portuguese snack or dessert. These fried . . . Read More
Amagwinya ■■■■■■■
Amagwinya also known as Vetkoek refers to a popular traditional Zulu food which is flour mixture with . . . Read More
Challah ■■■■■■■
Challah refers to Jewish holiday breadA traditional Jewish bread made from an egg enriched yeast dough . . . Read More
Buchtel ■■■■■■■
Buchtel refers to German yeast pastry/dumpling filled with jam. Buchteln also known as Ofennudeln or . . . Read More
Poffertjes ■■■■■■
Poffertjes refers to mini or small Dutch puffed or fluffy pancakes drizzled with powdered sugar and traditionally . . . Read More
Chiffon Cake ■■■■■■
Chiffon Cake in the food context refers to a light, airy cake that combines the richness of a butter . . . Read More
Cake ■■■■■■
Cake is a form of bread or bread-like food. In its modern forms, it is typically a sweet baked dessert. . . . Read More
Boortsog ■■■■■■
Boortsog refer to one of Mongolia's famous pastries. They are deep-fried butter cookies, simply made . . . Read More