Every Nigerian party has featured these adorable rolls. To be honest I don’t think you can call puff puff a roll, its more like a bite sized doughnut. Personally every time I think of puff puff I can almost hear the owambe (party) music and smell that party rice. (doing a mini dance as i’m writing this). What I have realized however, with puff puff is that it doesn’t have to be type cast to the small chops basket on your table. It’s amazing all by itself or however you choose to dress it up.
4 cups Flour
1 tsp nutmeg (optional)
5 Tablespoons Sugar (You may add more if you like)
A pinch of salt to taste
1/2 teaspoon dry pepper (optional)
1.5 Tablespoons Yeast
2 cups of Warm water – or add more till the mix is a paste
Mix the Yeast with warm water and leave for 5 minutes to stand.
Mix all ingredients together and add the yeast and mix well into a smooth paste.
Cover with damp tea towel and allow to prove or double in size beat well again. This usually takes an hour depending on the type of yeast you have.
Deep Fry in hot vegetable oil in small balls until golden brown