Nigerian Small Chops Recipes

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The Nigerian Small Chops are appetizers/finger foods served mostly at parties and special events.They are basically the classic Nigerian snacks made into bite sizes.
  The small chops include Spring Rolls, baby puff puff, Samosas, chicken kebab, coconut candy, mini donuts, stick meat, Peppered Gizzards/Snails, Gizdodo, Mini sausage Rolls, Mini fish rolls and a lot more.
    Below are the most common Nigerian small chops recipes.

                      
 1.   Samosa
Samosa,although originally from Asia, is one of the most popular Nigerian Small chops.
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                   Homemade Samosa Wrappers


      2. Spring rolls
Spring rolls goes hand-in-hand with samosas and no Nigerian small chop table is complete without it.
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4. Mini Puff Puff : The mini or baby puff puff is simply a smaller size of the original snack.

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    5.  Mini Sausage Rolls : just as the mini puff puff, the mini sausage roll is also a smaller or shorter version of the original sausage and also a popular Nigerian small chop.


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6. Asun (grilled peppered spicy goat meat): this is a deliciously spicy Nigerian small chop ...you'll love it.

7. Nigerian Coconut Candy : this sweet snack is usually added as a ''top up'' to any small chop tray. So if you like coconuts, and like something crunchy and chewy, you'll love this Nigerian Small chop.
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 8. Nigerian Mini Donuts
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9. Gizdodo/Dodo Gizzards (Plantains&Gizzards)
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10. Mini Cakes 
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11. Meat stuffed yam (potato) balls

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12.    Banana Puff Puff

13.  Nigerian Battered Plantain
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51 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:36:00 PM

    This is a very helpful and resourceful site...I came across it as a result of "small chops craving"...I really want to start making mine too, hope i get it right! :)

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    1. You will definitely get it right. Just follow the recipe and contact me for any further assistance. Thanks for dropping by and do stick around for more :)

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  2. Anonymous4:07:00 PM

    This is by far, the best 9ja recipe site I have thankfully stumbled upon.
    There are a lot of 9ja recipes online but most of the time they go like this: " add flour", without the precise amount, or add ginger to taste.
    I havent tried all the recipes but even the pictures show me, yes, this is exactly how I remeber the look of e.g. the Nigerian Fried Rice . Great Job. Brings back the taste, smell and memories of good old Nigeria. A huge God Bless 2 u, out of diaspora. :-)

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    1. Aww dear, a big THANK YOU for the compliment.. well appreciated :)

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  3. Anonymous4:11:00 PM

    Very detailed account of d recipe..but wuld like if d recipe of how to make fish in barter n chicken kebab r placed online...great work really love d site

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    1. The recipes are on my to-do list..you'll be seeing them soon.. thanks for stopping by dear :)

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  4. Anonymous5:17:00 PM

    First time of coming across a site dt makes small chops preparation easier. I av not tried any of it, but will definitely do, I pray its easy as read..... Thanks to U

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    1. Oh you are so welcome dear .It is just as it is written :), easy and straight to the point.

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  5. Thank you so much for this! All the long forgotten processes. God bless you real goodM

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    1. God bless you too Funmi :) .. well appreciated, thanks dear

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  6. olufunmi6:36:00 PM

    I love dis site,Nky Lily Lete,u blessed!

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    1. Aww thanks dear Olufunmi . God bless :)

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  7. I like the videos. how detailed you present them. please are you married? Am available! Even if you are, i and your Husband can negotiate. i can come and eat once in a while. lol

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    1. Lol... Jesse , you are so funny :)

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  8. Anonymous7:05:00 PM

    God bless u 4 dis,Pls ma I tried d spring roll but its cracking, wots ls it lacking ma?

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    1. Maybe you filled the spring roll too much before sealing and frying... next time just add a little of the filling .

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  9. Stumbled upon dis site today while searching for kebab and I'm loving it. I'm gonna make spring rolls tomorrow but I don't know where I can get the spring roll wrappers, please I need a specific address in lagos(I'm begging). I've tried shoprite at surulere and domino at sabo.

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  10. Stumbled upon dis site today while searching for kebab and I'm loving it. I'm gonna make spring rolls tomorrow but I don't know where I can get the spring roll wrappers, please I need a specific address in lagos(I'm begging). I've tried shoprite at surulere and domino at sabo.

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    1. Hi dear,spring roll wrapper used to be sold at shoprite, but I have a recipe on how to make spring roll wrappers here http://www.nigerianfoodtv.com/2012/12/homemade-springroll-lumpia-wrappers.html

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  11. I jus stumbled on this site xterdy wen I was looking for recipe for banga soup. Godbless ma hoping to try the recipe I got by weekend so excited can't wait to try them.

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    1. God bless you too faith, I'm glad to be of help . Hope you send me some pics of the recipes you've tried :)

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  12. Anonymous11:48:00 PM

    I come across this site trying to look for chin chin recipe wow this so helpful in there analyses and method to use,thanks. Hope to come to this site more often to learn more on different recipe.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by dear and hope to see more of you :)

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  13. Anonymous5:26:00 AM

    Girl u rock thanks for this wonderful recipes but how do I get the list of spring rolls,Samosa , and baby puff puff

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    1. Thanks dear, the recipes for spring rolls,Samosa , and baby puff puff are above, for baby puff puff, simply fry small molds of the puff puff mixture .

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  14. Anonymous11:17:00 PM

    Thank you Nky for all these lovely recipes. It's very detailed and the videos are excellent. God bless you real good. We tried the chin chin with our kids here in the UK. They were really excited! My son says he loves Nigerian food. Keep up the good work! Cheers!

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    1. Thanks for the feedback dear, I'm so glad to be of help :)

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  15. Anonymous1:51:00 PM

    Nky I tried the chin chin recipes and it was great. God bless you.

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    1. Thanks for your feedback dear, God bless you too :)

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  16. Anonymous11:22:00 AM

    pls i wnt to know hw to prepare barbecue on oven.

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    1. Place the meat on the grill rack and use the grill setting in your oven.

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  17. Anonymous7:01:00 PM

    Thanks Nky! Just tried the puff puff recipe and it was great. Would be trying other recipe. Thanks a lot dear :-) (Dora)

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    1. Thanks for your lovely feedback Dora, well appreciated dearie :)

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  18. Anonymous10:01:00 PM

    Wao!!!!i stumbled here in search of chin chin bt ended up doin samosa,nd other recipes....tnkz for dis website. May God continue to bless u wit more knowlegde to satisfy ur friends.
    THANKS

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    1. thanks sweetie , glad to be of help :)

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  19. Anonymous1:58:00 PM

    Can't wait to try all the igbo soups here!!! Thank you for this wonderful site. God bless you.

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    1. You're welcome dearie and God bless you too :)

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  20. Anonymous4:56:00 AM

    Help, stil not getting d dough and how to preserve them

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    1. What snack are you having problems with ?

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  21. Anonymous2:12:00 PM

    lovely. Please ma have you got a recipe book?

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    1. It'll be ready very soon, pls subscribe on the website so that you'll be one of the first to know, when it is ready.

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  22. Anonymous10:06:00 PM

    Dis is a very gud foodblog. u are 3much.

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  23. Pls ma Hw can I minced my meat don't av a mincer at home?

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    1. You can cut the meat into small pieces and grind with a blender or pound with a mortar.

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  24. Anonymous12:13:00 PM

    may I get an opportunity for physical training?

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    1. Sorry, I don't offer physical training yet dearie :)

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  25. Anonymous5:40:00 PM

    Just stumbled on your site and i think you have done a wonderful job also educating pple like me on some new recipes. God bless u.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by dearie and God bless you too, hope to see more of you around :)

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  26. Anonymous1:37:00 PM

    i stumbled on ur site,its d best food blog site iv been to. my husband comes here for meal choices. pls keep up d good work...... im alwz smiling weneva im here...tnx alot. hope for more....

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    1. Hi dearie, I'm so glad that the recipes puts a smile on your face :).
      Thanks for your lovely comment and I hope you keep on coming around for more.

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