Kokoro is a traditional West African snack, particularly popular in the western part of Nigeria among the Yoruba people. It's a crunchy snack made primarily from maize (corn) flour mixed with water and a touch of sugar, then deep-fried until crispy. The mixture is typically rolled into small, elongated shapes before frying. There are different variations of kokoro based on the ingredients used, with some versions including cassava flour. The snack is known for its distinctive crunchy texture and is often enjoyed with a cold drink or as a quick bite on the go.