NATIVE JOLLOF RICE RECIPE

The first time I made this rice it almost caused quarrel because everybody wanted MORE and there was none left. Don't mind them, dem don see rice wey get kpomo, fish and all these mede-mede now everybody blood dey hot. LOL. Even me I was almost getting emotional that the rice was not enough. Since then, I marked it as a family favourite. As always I have the recipe in text and video for you. Don't forget to click LIKE on the video and to SUBSCRIBEWarningDO NOT copy my recipe text to your blog or website without my consent! You can share my videos but don't copy my recipe TEXT! Don't take my photos and remove my watermark, I will sue You and you will LOSE ALOT OF MONEY! Wehdone.





INGREDIENTS
2 cups Regular Rice
Chopped Ugu vegetable
1 tsp salt
1 Seasoning Cube
1 medium sized Onion
2 Fresh yellow peppers
1/4 cup Smoked Big Prawn
1 Cup Ponmo cut in pieces 
1 tbs Ground Crayfish
Blend 10 plum tomatos,2 habanero pepper, 1 onion mixture
1 big Smoked catfish
2 Chopped Paprika Chilli
1 Chopped Habanero Pepper
1/4 cup Palm Oil
1 tbs Locust beans/Iru


PREPARATION
  • Par boil rice and boil pepper mixture (combination of tomato, pepper, and onion) till it is almost dry.
  • Heat up pot with palm oil, when it is hot add chopped onions, chopped peppers, locust beans, fry for 3 minutes.
  • Add roughly blended tomato mix, add crayfish, chopped ponmo, smoked catfish (in pieces) and smoked prawns, seasoning cube and salt. Allow this to fry till the oil floats to the top. 
  • Now add water, enough to cook the rice, then add the par boiled rice. Stir so that the ingredients will go around, then cover and allow to cook for 20 minutes/till rice is cooked. 
It's really that easy!

17 comments

  1. Hahahaha..Funny Sisi,This looks so delicious! Yes o! this rice used to be my favourite back then when I was little, it's tastes so sweet ehhh..The palm oil taste is everything.Lol

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  2. Chai very yummy looking.Na this type of jollof sure pass.I will get emotional too if this one no reach o.

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  3. Yeah i love native jollof. I've never made it with iru though

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  4. This is good. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Have never made this. Will try it out ASAP.

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    1. Which anybody wey reply dey add link to im blog...just thinking

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  7. Dear sisi, please what is this habanero and paprika chilli known as in the local market or can we get them only in stores?

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  8. This looks delish

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  9. Whao I tried it dis morning it was really Mua. Thanks sis for sharing

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  10. Whao I tried it dis morning it was really Mua. Thanks sis for sharing

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  11. Thnaks Sisi Yemmie, i tried it yesterday and it turned out muah though i garnished with plantain. The taste is heavenly and i made sure there was excess to avoid emotional breakdown lol.

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  12. In short I have to eat jollof rice too this week by God grace because I just kept seeing it everywhere. Truly Jollof rice is Delicious

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  13. I can't wait to try this recipe ��
    Sisi Yemmie, please is there a difference between Cameroon pepper and alligator pepper?

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  14. hmmm, very nice recipe...i sure cant wait to try it...but it didnt say wen to add d ugu....

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  15. Wow, this look great. I will try it out.

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