The Best Nigerian Party Jollof Rice Recipe You Can’t Resist By Eleanor’s Dish

The Best Nigerian Party Jollof Rice Recipe You Can’t Resist By Eleanor's Dish
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The Best Nigerian Party Jollof Rice Recipe You Can’t Resist By Eleanor's Dish
Yields2 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time1 hr 5 minsTotal Time1 hr 15 mins

Jollof rice is a very common dish prepared in many African countries and each recipe differs depending on the nation. I specifically prepare the Nigerian party jollof rice which I still feel is one of the best recipes out there

Party jollof rice is commonly the most sort after type of rice, because of its very unique taste. Most people feel the unique taste comes from preparation using firewood, but that isn’t always necessarily the case.

 4 tbsp Canola oil
 1 tbsp butter
 4 Fresh tomatoes or one 14.5oz can of diced (no salt) Hunts tomato (I seriously suggest using this brand If you decide to buy canned)
 4 Red onions
 2 Red bell peppers (tatashe)
 crayfish (optional, but I love to use it)
 4 Habanero pepper (scotch bonnet) (put as much or as little as you want, depending on how spicy you want your rice)
 2 cups of chicken stock
Spices:
 cayenne pepper and black pepper
 Bay leaves
 garlic or onion powder
 ginger
 thyme leaves

Ingredients

 4 tbsp Canola oil
 1 tbsp butter
 4 Fresh tomatoes or one 14.5oz can of diced (no salt) Hunts tomato (I seriously suggest using this brand If you decide to buy canned)
 4 Red onions
 2 Red bell peppers (tatashe)
 crayfish (optional, but I love to use it)
 4 Habanero pepper (scotch bonnet) (put as much or as little as you want, depending on how spicy you want your rice)
 2 cups of chicken stock
Spices:
 cayenne pepper and black pepper
 Bay leaves
 garlic or onion powder
 ginger
 thyme leaves
The Best Nigerian Party Jollof Rice Recipe You Can’t Resist By Eleanor’s Dish

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