Nigerian Green Jollof Rice With Grilled Fish And Chicken By Ope

 yummy serving of green jollof rice  and carrots, served with grilled fish and a
drumstick.
Nice one here! she adds a little twist to her own green vegetable rice with some diced carrots. Ope is a student,  she loves to cook
and just wants to share and flaunt her skills in the kitchen.
Enjoy!
 Green Jollof  Rice  With Grilled Fish And Chicken


TO SEE PICTURES OF HOW SHE ADDED THE VEGETABLES, GO HERE
meet Opeyemi HERE

Comments

  1. Gawwwwd! It keeps getting beta on dis blog,dat fish can make even a married man steal from his wife's pot.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. Anonymous3/02/2013

      Lol, Bona u are cracking me u here, married man steal from his wife's pot. Lizzy

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  2. Anonymous1/24/2013

    What a coincidence Eya, I'm cooking green jollof rice too. Exactly the way u made urs with chicken too. And made some pancaKes for my kids today. Thumbs up to u Eya, thank u for this blog

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    1. Would you mind to share the pics?

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    2. Anonymous1/24/2013

      How do I send the pic?

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    3. Take pics with a phone and send to cuulme@gmail.com.

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    4. Anonymous3/02/2013

      Zinnia:
      Nice one. Please ma, could you do a post on pancake making?
      Thanks.

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    5. There is a post on pancake making. Check BLOG POST CATEGORIES on your right and click on "MY KITCHEN DIARY RECIPES" or, Go to "search This Blog" Type in Pancakes and click on Search.

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  3. Anonymous1/24/2013

    when I read green jollof rice, my mind was fried rice? But was surprised to see it was not! Wow! Nice one Ope. I can hear the fish calling me ooo....like fried fish oo.

    p.s thanks for sharing the food time table with us.

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    1. I thought no one needed it, and , just took it off now before seeing your comment. lol!:)

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  4. Shayor1/24/2013

    I didnt know i could send in pics since i didnt take step by step pics! I cooked Eya's Fried brown beans 2days ago with a little twist of green peppers and diced tomato! It was awesome! Now i feel i shld av sent in the picture. Anyways, with Eya still here, many more dishes to come! God bless Eya!

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    1. You can send in pics even if there is no step by step explanation. It is fun!

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    2. Ope, can you please help us describe how you made that fish? Looks so yummy and, I'd like to taste that before weekend.

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  5. Anonymous1/24/2013

    I never liked to cook but ur blog is so inspiring!plzzz don't stop.

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  6. That fish especially looks great, and the entire dish is very healthy!

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  7. Eya, I didn't see the food time table o! Pls post it again. I need that time table. It drives me crazy thinking of what to make 4 my family. Abegi Eya, help a fellow wife & mother.

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    1. The Menu Time Table is right down.

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  8. MissDee1/24/2013

    Eyaaa, guess wat?? I just made the cornbeef moi-moi *dancing etigi* all tanx to u!! Truth is I've neva made moi-moi on my own esp cos of d washing Part of d beans!! But I overcame d fear,and am glad I did*smiles*... Its still boiling though,might take the pix when its done...

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    1. Congratz MissDee, please remember to take the pix.

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  9. Wait! Fish and chicken in the same meal? Una dey for serious enjoyment sha :)

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  10. The fish and chicken were grilled.I gently removed the gills and other dirt,spiced it and left to stay for the spice to penetrate then placed in d oven,I actually left it to dry,cos I don't like taking in much oil but it can b placed in for 15min.

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    1. OK thanks! See you when I'm done grilling my fish.

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  11. Anonymous1/26/2013

    Pls ow is dis leave added 2 d process of d cookn? Anybody knws

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    1. I'm going to add the link now for you. Check above.

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