I make no apologies for my love of puff puff, and my inability (more like flat out refusal) to say no the stuff. So you can understand how triumphant I felt when I spotted this on the shelves at Ebeano. For N300 and the small investment of 1 hour of your day, you can have a mountain of steaming hot, glistening puff puff all to your self. The packaging is good, and beside the instructions, there are a few useful hints and tips. I have put my interpretation of the ones I found most useful in ‘Observations’ below. I am particularly enthusiastic about this because it is made in Nigeria by a company called Lamshol Foods. They also make a Pancake Mix but I haven’t tried that yet.
This is exactly the sort of stuff we need more of. I hope they keep the quality consistent. I also hope that they are exporting this. I just imagine Nigerians abroad spotting this on a supermarket shelf on a cold winters day and offering up their best Azonto/Kpakurumo right there in the aisles, much to the amusement of other shoppers and the security people watching the store on CCTV cameras.
Hell yeeeaaaaaah! Mama Doc Puff Puff for life. I have no complaints what so ever. If you are a puff puff addict, who has previously suffered emotional imbalances and dark mood swings due to the unavailability of puff puff on the day your cravings choose to strike, this is the answer to all your problems. Trust me. Yeah, you’re welcome ;).