It is similar to the Scandinavian snack klenat, a crunchy, donut-like baked or fried dough of wheat flour, and other customary baking items. The dough is usually kneaded and cut into small one-inch (or so) squares, about a quarter of an inch thick, before frying
- Fried African Snack
- This is a very popular crunchy snack that is majorly eaten as a dessert. It is made from well-kneaded dough that is flavored with butter, milk, and eggs.
- It’s a nice quick snack for guests and suitable as a movie night snack for the family; Kids love it too.
Gurudi (also called gurundi) is a crispy Nigerian coconut biscuit. It is very popular in the south-western parts of the country and enjoyed by all. If you grew up or are presently in Nigeria, and wondering what Gurudi is, I can assure you that you might have either tasted or seen the branded and packaged version known as ” Fun time Coconut Chips” (a UAC product).
- It could be called Gurundi or Gurudi
- It is 4oz
- It is actually made with a combination of finely grated coconuts, sugar and cassava starch(tapioca).
Kokoro is a common crunchy snack food in Nigeria. It is made from a paste of maize flour mixed with sugar and gari (cassava) or yam flour and deep-fried. It is commonly sold in the western parts of Nigeria. Kokoro is originally from Nigeria and the taste is top-notch.$10.00