Garnish Jollof rice and fried chicken
Garnish Jollof rice and fried chicken

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Garnish jollof rice with friend plantains and serve with chicken. You can also finish cooking the chicken either on the barbeque (grill) or fry in oil until crispy. Editor's Notes: Nutrition data for this recipe includes the full amount of onion, garlic, and seasonings.

To begin with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook garnish jollof rice and fried chicken using 13 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Garnish Jollof rice and fried chicken:
  1. Get 1 big tin of tomato paste
  2. Make ready 5 Pepper medium sized
  3. Take 2 onion medium sized
  4. Get fried chicken
  5. Make ready 3 Maggie (royco preferred)
  6. Get onga seasoning
  7. Prepare 5 carrot small size
  8. Make ready 1 cucumber
  9. Take Green beans
  10. Make ready 1 pinch salt
  11. Take 2 cups rice
  12. Get 2 table spoon of crayfish
  13. Make ready 1 cup vegetable oil

Nigerian Jollof Rice is probably the BEST jollof rice recipe in the world: rich and flavorful with a slight smokey taste that gives it its unique name as the Party Jollof Rice. *Cook and fry/grill your meat ( beef/chicken/turkey )… and set aside the broth or stock. Now to cook the Nigerian Jollof Rice Jollof Rice is a popular West African casserole of chicken, rice and vegetables in a mild tomato curry sauce. Full of interesting flavors yet mild enough to please picky palates, this is a great dish for the whole family. Plus it's dairy-free, gluten-free and it all cooks in one pot.

Steps to make Garnish Jollof rice and fried chicken:
  1. Start by washing your carrots and green beans, cucumber then you cut the cucumber in round shapes using a knife and grate the carrots using a grater then for the pepper and onions you get a clean blender and blend the pepper and onions thereafter you get a clean pot and put on fire then you add water and add 2 cups of rice.
  2. You allow the rice to parboiled for 8minutes thereafter you get filter or sieve and wash the rice
  3. Then you put back the empty pot on fire and add 2 cups of vegetable oil and allow to hot
  4. As soon as the oil is hot you pour your blended pepper and onions and also the tomatoes paste and begin to stir, stir for 6minutes then you add 2table spoon of crayfish stir and pour one cup of water then you add 3cubes of Maggie (royco preferred) and add one sachet Onga seasoning and a pinch of salt then cover the pot and allow to boil
  5. As soon as it starts boiling you pour your rice and mix properly after 5 minutes you add your grated carrots and green beans and cover the pot till the water dried completely then your jollof rice is ready then you serve along side with the cucumber and fried chicken.

Pot of jollof rice garnished with pieces of fried chicken. Jollof Rice is a popular dish that originates from West Africa (Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia, Togo, Liberia, Niger, Mali, Ivory Coast and Cameroon). Each country has its own method of preparation that may vary slightly. Nigerian Jollof Rice or Jellof rice is a rich and incredibly tasty west African one-pot Meal. It is a very versatile dish, and it is usually made from.

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