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Nigerian Tanfiri

Product #: recipe529191
Nigerian Recipe By Nky Lily Lete

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Nigerian Tanfiri

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Recipe Name Tanfiri (Donkwa)
Recipe By Nky Lily Lete
Recipe Ingredient

Ingredients for donkwa/tanfiri

* 250 grams corn meal(made from roasted corn)
* 70 grams ground Peanut/groundnut OR groundnut powder
* 2 pinches of ground chili powder ( optional, but add it if you want to get the classic donkwa taste)
*1 tablespoonful sugar
* 1 pinch of ground clove(optional)
* 2 tablespoons of peanut oil(sunflower or canola oil is also okay)
*2 tablespoons of water

Recipe Instruction Procedure * Pour the corn meal, groundnuts, sugar,ground chili powder(optional) and ground clove(optional) into a blender and grind until all the ingredients are well combined to form a smooth fine powder. * Transfer the fine powder into a large bowl. Then Scoop out some of the powder into a smaller bowl, gradually add drops of water and oil, mix well and mold into balls. Don't add too much oil or water,so that it doesn't look soaked or sodden. Note: if you like yoruba-style tanfiri, you can leave out the water and only add oil, but I have found that the combination of a little water and little oil gives the perfect consistency for the Tanfiri paste.
Country of Consumption Nigeria
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