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
Kuli-kuli is a delicious African snack which is produced from peanuts also popularly known as groundnut. It is rich in protein, magnesium, phosphorus and vitamin E which helps to build strong bones and muscles in the body. It can be taken with any cereal of your choice but is mostly taken with garri (cassava flakes) or can be eaten as a snack.
Peanut (groundnut), Salt, Sugar, Garlic, Ginger, Onion, Pepper.$10.00