How to make soft coconut chin chin
Deep frying/ baking
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Coconut flour is gluten-free and high in fibre. It is also a low carb substitute to flour and ideal for baking. It is also very high in good cholesterol which is good for your heart. Eating coconuts can boost your energy levels because fats contained is likely to be burned by the body as fuel. Than stored as body fat.
Coconut meat has anti-biotic properties, which makes it act like a probiotic feeding good bacteria in your tummy. Including bacteria that cause tooth decay.
- Oil for deep frying*
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- If you are going to fry
- For the baking option
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Coconut chin chin is a very popular snack among West African countries. In Ghana its fondled referred to as coconut “chips”. Ideal for the boarding house, work, pickings and as a welcome gesture for your visitors. Ghanaians love their food, in fact it’s one of the things that keeps us bonded. Especially our street foods like kelewele, “kofi brokeman” etc.
Snacks in itself is very important. Snacking on healthy snacks such as coconut chin chin can aid in weight loss or weight management. Those on a low-carb or ketogenic diet may use coconut/almond flour instead of the regular flour.
This recipe is the best recipe for soft chin chin which melts in your mouth.