Basmati jollof rice

Basmati Jollof Rice – Party Jollof Rice Edition

Basmati Jollof Rice is simply Nigerian style Jollof rice made with Basmati rice, as opposed to regular Long Grain Rice. I’ve had several requests for Basmati Jollof Rice recipe in the past and quite frankly, I hardly cook with Basmati … Continue Reading—->

Jollof Rice Tips – 7 Helpful Jollof Rice Tips

Jollof Rice Tips? Very necessary right?!  So, I got a request from a lovely lady a week ago to add cooking tips to the Blog. I thought long and hard about a subject to start with and thought, why not … Continue Reading—->

Jollof Bulgur

Jollof Bulgur Recipe

Jollof Bulgur is a Jollof Rice inspired Bulgur wheat recipe. Bulgur is healthier compared to rice and is a preferred option for nutritionists and Fitfam enthusiasts. I wasn’t very keen on trying Bulgur the first time I did, to be honest. Im … Continue Reading—->

Native jollof rice

Native Jollof Rice – Iwuk Edesi

Native Jollof Rice, also known as Iwuk Edesi or Palm Oil rice is a rich Jollof rice style rice dish. It’s known as Iwuk Idesi by the Efik people of South eastern Nigeria. Iwuk Edesi is quite easy to prepare and … Continue Reading—->

Jollof Spaghetti

Jollof Spaghetti – Pasta In Tomato Sauce

Jollof Spaghetti is simply a Jollof rice inspired method of preparing Spaghetti. All other kinds of Pasta can be used to replicate this dish. This Jollof Spaghetti recipe is very easy and definitely delicious. You can choose to do without … Continue Reading—->

Oven Baked Jollof Rice….

Jollof Rice again? Yes! But this is no ordinary Jollof Rice, this is Nigerian Oven Baked Jollof Rice. I’ve had a number of Instagram and Facebook requests for a recipe for Oven Baked Jollof Rice since I put up the Party jollof Rice recipe, so here I am, doing the needful.

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Nigerian party Jollof rice

Party Jollof Rice (Nigerian)

How to make Nigerian Party Jollof Rice!
Well, It’s tagged “Nigerian” because there are various recipes for Jollof rice and they all depend on which Country you’re from though I’m only familiar with three variants. There’s the Senegalese which of course, Jollof rice originated from. There’s also a Ghanaian version which is in no way similar to the Nigerian version and then we have the ultimate version….Yes! the Nigerian version ( no disrespect to the people of Ghana and Senegal).

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