Kuli Kuli (Peanut Cake) 30kg
Peanuts are delicious when eaten by themselves, but they’re even better when made into cookies. These particular cookies come from northern Nigeria. Locally, they are called kuli kuli, and they are spicy, crunchy, and yummy.
Kuli-kuli refers to a West African snack that is primarily made from peanuts. It is often eaten alone or with a mixture of garri also known as cassava flakes, sugar and water popularly called “garri soakings”. It is also eaten with Hausa koko, fura, kamu; and is sometimes ground and put into salad. It is often ground as used as an ingredient for Suya and Kilishi.
Kuli-kuli is a by-product of processing raw peanuts into peanut oil.
It contains proteins because of the peanuts from which it is made. It also contains Magnesium, Phosphorus and Vitamin E.
Specification: Kuli Kuli (Peanut Cake) 30kg
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