Growing up, my favourite snack was peanut burger. To my mom, peanut burger looks tedious, she prefers chinchin to peanut burger.
But I have realised now that preparing a peanut burger is easier than chinchin.
And guess what, my mom now prefers making peanut burgers now to chinchin because I gave her the secret.
It's time for you to give your family a treat with your own spices. Peanut burger is easier than you think.
Peanut burger is a popular West African Snack, also known as coated groundnut. It is made by coating groundnut with flour, milk, eggs and other ingredients.
Now, if you're thinking, "I can't eat something with peanuts in it," you're not alone. But trust me, this burger is delicious. The peanut taste is great, and it comes through nicely. Plus, the texture is perfect - it's not too crunchy and it's not too soft.
So if you're looking for a delicious burger that's a little different, give a peanut burger a try. You won't regret it!
Mix all dry ingredients in a neat bowl - flour, salt, nutmeg, and baking powder. Set aside
Pour your roasted groundnut into a wide bowl and set aside.
Mix all liquid ingredients, egg, vanilla, milk and sugar. Then whisk thoroughly.
Add 3 tablespoons of egg mixture to the groundnut.
Pour two handfuls of mixed flour into the roasted groundnut to which you have added your egg mix, and shake the bowl clockwise or anticlockwise, depending on which is convenient for you. Please do not mix with your hands.
Repeat this process until the mixture and flour finish. Continue this process until the groundnut is coated.
Then heat your vegetable oil at a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius, then deep fry the coated groundnut.
Serving Size 2
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.