Sticky Jollof Rice By Ndudu Fafa

Sticky Jollof Rice By Ndudu Fafa
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Sticky Jollof Rice By Ndudu Fafa
Yields2 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time45 mins

Sticky jollof rice is a popular rice dish in West African countries. It is one pot rice that is popularly served at wedding parties, birthday parties, naming ceremonies and other types of parties. There are different variations of West African Jollof rice. There is Senegalese jollof rice, Ghana jollof rice, Liberia jollof rice, Nigerian jollof rice to mention a few. Jollof rice is cooked in tomato sauce with spices. Mostly spicy jollof rice because Africans don’t play with their peppers and heat however it can be cooked to suit preference.

Jollof derives it’s name from the name of the Wolof people. In Senegal and Gambia, the dish is referred to in Wolof as ceebu jën or benachin. In French-speaking areas, it is called riz au gras. ” There are variations to the dish across the region, however jollof has spread along with the diaspora to become the best known African dish outside the continent”

 350 g of Jollof stew
 225 g of sticky Rice
 250 ml of water
 1 tsp Curry powder
 1 tsp of Jaggery or brown sugar
 1 tsp salt

Ingredients

 350 g of Jollof stew
 225 g of sticky Rice
 250 ml of water
 1 tsp Curry powder
 1 tsp of Jaggery or brown sugar
 1 tsp salt

Directions

Sticky Jollof Rice By Ndudu Fafa

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