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In Nigeria, finger foods are popularly referred to as small chops. Back in the day, these were limited to Battered Fish, Mini Sausage Rolls, Snails, Peppered Gizzards, Barbecued Goat Meats (Asun), Puff Puffs and the like.
But these days, some imported world recipes have joined the Nigerian Small Chops family. These include: Samosa and Spring Rolls.
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Peppered Snail is a common feature in Nigerian restaurants and in the Small Chops section at parties. It's too hot to handle!
With an already made filling, this is one of the easiest Nigerian small chops to make.
The most customizable snack or small chop out there. It accepts any kind of filling.
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Make sure you are one of the first people to help themselves to this delicacy because it is usually the first to "disappear" at parties.
Goat meat on fire! Mind the pepper :)
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Nigerian Peppered Gizzards make the best small chop. Pick one up with a toothpick and into the mouth it goes!
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