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DIY Recipes: How to make Pinkaso

Pinkaso is a savoury snack made from flour, onions and pepper.


350g Plain Flour

1 Tsp Salt (levelled)

7g Dry Active Yeast

12g Bicarbonate of Soda

50g Fresh Onion

50g Fresh Scotch Bonnet Pepper

300ml Luke Warm Water

Oil to deep fry


Spot every one of the dry fixings into a bowl and combine as one. 

Mix the onion and pepper with half of the Luke warm water. 

Add the mixed combination to the flour. Flush out the blender with the remainder of the Luke warm water and add to the flour. Blend into a mixture and massage to actuate the gluten in the batter. At the point when the gluten has actuated, the mixture will look stretchy. 

Cover the bowl with stick film and spot it in a warm spot for the batter to rise. At the point when the batter has risen, they'll be pockets of air pockets on a superficial level. This is a decent sign that the mixture is prepared to sear. 

Profound cook by warming the oil until extremely hot, then, at that point diminish warmth to medium. Fry on medium warmth. 

To take segments of the batter, plunge your hands in water, then, at that point take a little chunk of the mixture. Utilizing your thumb and center finger, make an opening in the wad of batter. Tenderly drop the batter in the oil and fry on medium warmth until brilliant brown and crunchy. 

Eliminate pinkaso and place on kitchen towels to retain a portion of the oil. 

Serve pinkaso with your number one drink.

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Bicarbonate Fresh Onion Luke Pinkaso Scotch Bonnet Pepper


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