Kuli-kuli is a popular Nigerian snack made from roasted groundnuts (peanuts). High in protein and fat, Kuli-kuli provides an inexpensive option for a quick and satiating bite.
Kuli-kuli originated in Northern Nigeria among the Tapa tribe but is now widely enjoyed throughout the country and across Africa. The snacks come in a dazzling endless array of shapes and sizes, from small rocky shapes to spiraled cones.
Kuli-kuli can be enjoyed plain as a snack, crushed as a Suya Pepper ingredient or as a topping for salads.
They are an excellent alternative to chips and salted peanuts to nibble on with an aperitif