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Do You Have 700 Naira ? Start This Business And Earn Money With These Basic Steps

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Sani Ibrahim
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa,University
Agricultural economics and extension
100Level, Nigeria.
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In this article, I’ll be telling you how to make your chin chin
with just 700 naira , where to sell it, and how much gain you
can get. let’s get started
INGREDIENTS.
I’ll list out the ingredients and put their price tags also. ( The
price tags is the normal price in Abuja market)
– ½ mudu of flour ( 150 Naira).
– dangote sugar (50 Naira for the smallest pack).
– Nutmeg ( 20 Naira for a Small Nut).
– Butter (50 Naira for the measured one, you can get it in
shops where they sell pastries and confectioneries things).
– Oil (250 Naira for half bottle).
– Milk (50 Naira sachet Milk).
– Baking powder ( 20 Naira).
– Egg (40 Naira for 1).
– packaging nylon ( 100 Naira for the smallest size).
– pinch of salt ( you should have that in your house.
PROCEDURES.
– First, Clean up the surface you want to use for work and
your equipments.
– Add your flour, sugar, nutmeg, baking powder and salt
together and mix.( Remain small flour for use when cutting)
– Add your butter and rub it in thoroughly.
– Add your milk and egg ( add your milk in half cup of water
first).
– Then mix them very well together.
– Cut bit by bit dough on the board and roll the dough on the
board.
– Then cut to your desired shape.
– And fry until Golden brown.
This is the type of nylon you should use for the packaging.
Then seal it with fire for a start till you get your sealing
machine or make use of colorful ribbon to tie the mouth.
With half mudu of flour, you will make 24 to 34 pieces of
Chinchin packs, 30*50= 1500, just imagine doing it everyday
600*7days=4200.
Which implies your gain is 600 naira per day or 4,200naira per
week. The more mudu you do the more gain you get ..once
you have enough gain, you can buy your ingredients in large
quantities e.g half sack of flour, half sack of sugar etc. And
you’ll start supplying for companies, supermarkets etc. In
different quantities and sizes.
Once your packed chinchin is ready,it’s very easy to carry it
anywhere in your bag,I sell mine in school
(university),neighborhood, church, you can sell it anywhere ,
start by supplying it to small vendors in bulk and cheaper price
( I sell 6 for 250naira).
On a final note, do it well, make it sweet and crunchy.

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