Food Cuisine: How to make Tasty Jollof Ofada Rice
The origins of jollof rice can be traced to the wolof empire which spanned parts of today’s Senegal, The Gambia and Mauritania where rice was grown. It is one of the most common West African dishes eaten in Nigeria, Ghana, Togo, Senegal, The Gambia, Mali, Sierra Leone, Ivory coast, cameroun and Liberia. Each of these West African countries has their own variation. It is easy to make and it is delicious. Flormedia Healing Kitchen is happy to prepare Nigeria jollof rice using unprocessed method of cooking which has many advantages for our wellbeing.
Here is an indepth video on how to make the tasty jollof ofada rice.
- Cups of Uncooked ofada rice
- Blended Tomatoes, Onions and Pepper
- Meat stock (Shaki, Liver, Kidney)
- 1 Teaspoon Thyme, curry, ginger
- Groundnut oil
- Bay leaf
- Sea Salt to taste