Makala Ma Flawa or Flour Beignets are among the essential Cameroonian recipes. This specialty was imported from Benin, Yovodocko and transformed by the Sawa / coastal people of Cameroon. It can be served anytime.
- At breakfast time, Makala Ma Flawa are served with porridge of corn called Paf. At snack time, Makala Ma Flawa are eaten with sugar.
- As a main course, for lunch or dinner, Makala Ma Flawa are served with red beans, cooked to your liking, as well as chili. These are our famous: “Makala Na Bean”. In Cameroon the red beans are cooked with African spices and dried shrimp.
With this Mbànte Pastry Mix you can easily make Beignets Makala by your own and will need in addition exactly 360 ml of lukewarm water.
Ingredients: Wheat flour, Raw cane sugar *, Raising agent, Flavors, Salt. * Organic
Nutritional facts per 100 g: Energy: 1443 KJ / 345 Kcal; Fat 0.8 g; Carbohydrates 74.5 g; of which Sugar 16.6 g; Fiber 3.6 g; Protein 8.5 g; Salt 0.3 g.
Preparation: Put the Pastry Mix in a mixing bowl, add lukewarm water, then knead all with your hand for about 5 minutes. Let rise for at least 1 hour. Shape small balls by hand, by squeezing your thumb and forefinger together. Fry until golden brown in oil at a maximum of 175 ° C.
May contain traces of nuts.
Best before: See bottom of Pastry Mix.