Chin Chin as it is called in Nigeria or Achomo as it is called in Ghana is a small chop that is eaten by many people. It is a lucrative business anyone can start from home.
In this edition, Start Your Own Business is bringing to you the practical opportunity to start this business from home with little budget.
Whole wheat flour 3 cups
Melted butter or coconut oil 2/3 cup
Sugar 1/2 cup (adjusts up or down based on preference)
Milk- 1/3 cup
Baking powder 1 teaspoon
Raw Eggs 2
Chopped cranberries, raisins or shredded coconut ¼ cup (optional)
Other: Oven, oven tray and baking sheet (parchment or aluminum foil)
Preheat the oven on bake to 275°
In two separate bowls combine the wet and dry ingredients
Using a whisk or spatula add the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients. Mix thoroughly until a dough is formed
You want dough that is soft but not sticky- if you find the dough to be sticky work in a handful or two of flour
Roll out the dough to about half inch thickness
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With a cookie cutter or sharp knife, cut the dough into bite size pieces
Place some parchment or aluminum foil on an oven tray, grease lightly. Place the cut dough on the sheet
Bake for 25 minutes, change the oven setting to broil (to brown the top), leave to broil for another 25 minutes.
If the chin chin isn't brown enough at this point (oven settings vary) continue to switch between bake and broil at 10 minutes intervals until the desired golden color is achieved
If you are one of the lucky once with an oven that can bake and broil at the same time- set the oven to do both from the onset and remove when chin chin is golden brown (~40 minutes)
Allow chin chin to cool before serving.
Store left over chin chin in an airtight container.
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