How to Make Crunchy Nigerian Buns – Kraft Queen

Golden Crunchy Delicious Buns is a popular Nigerian street snack. It’s usually fried and sold with other snacks like puff puff and egg roll. But the buns stands out from the rest; with its unique rough and jagged exterior but soft and doughy interior, biting into it is pure bliss. To some it’s called the rock buns, and others call it just buns. Whatever you … Continue reading How to Make Crunchy Nigerian Buns – Kraft Queen

Groundnut Brittle – Magic snack with Roasted Groundnuts by Kraft Queen @kraftplus

Good food evokes all kinds of memories, and in this case it takes me back to my childhood, I think I was seven years old when we had a Ghanaian nanny called Aunty Comfort. She was kind, playful and loving. She taught me a lot about her culture, language, games and most especially food. Ghana is also a West African country and our food is … Continue reading Groundnut Brittle – Magic snack with Roasted Groundnuts by Kraft Queen @kraftplus

Dream Menu: How to Make Banana Muffins by Kraft Queen

I don’t particularly like bananas, why? It is mushy food. I prefer crunchy fruits and vegetable, so to get the best out of bananas I always put it into other form of food to elevate it. I have made cookies, breads and added it to smoothies. In Nigeria many people enjoy snacking on bananas with roasted groundnuts which they believe is a marriage made in … Continue reading Dream Menu: How to Make Banana Muffins by Kraft Queen

Dream Menu: How to Make Nigerian Puff Puff by Kraft Queen

Puff-Puff is the hot, soft and sweet fried dough that is eaten by almost everybody in Nigeria. It’s quite cheap to buy on the side streets and make at home. It such a humble snacks that its been a life safer for ages. The word ‘puff- puff’ has also been used to describe some bodily features, an example is,  ‘your cheeks are round like puff-puff.’ … Continue reading Dream Menu: How to Make Nigerian Puff Puff by Kraft Queen