Palm Oil Rice With Fried Fish By MizOsa

PALM OIL RICE WITH FRIED FISH RECIPE





A plate of palm oil rice with fried fish.

Step 1: parboil your rice.
Step 2: put palm oil
in a pot. And add sliced onion, fresh pepper, Cray fish and maggi.
Step 3: pour you wash rice in the palm oil. Add water , salt and stir.
Cover and allow to

boil.
Step 4: fry your fish.
Serve when the rice is soft.



Parboiling rice
Onion and fresh pepper
Heating palm oil
Frying pepper and onion
Adding crayfish and Maggi
Washed parboiled rice
  pour your washed rice into the palm oil. Add water , salt and stir.
 Adding spices to washed fish
 Well spiced fish waiting to be fried
 Frying fish in hot oil
 Cooked palm oil rice
A serving of yummy rice with fried fish.
MizOsa is a student with great cooking skills.
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. I have cooked this meal before... called it red oil jollof rice and it tested great!

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  2. Yay! Concotion jollof rice. That's what it is called. I ate this thing like mad during my undergraduate days, we used to call it garau garau. Lol

    Really nice. Will prepare it soon. Pls wash it down with a chilled glass of Foster Clark's :D

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  3. Anonymous5/23/2013

    Like seriously! Didn't know u can cook jollof rice without tomatoes. Hope d taste is ok.

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  4. Nice 1 MizOsa, it been long I ate this last, I will give it a try soon

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  5. Anonymous5/23/2013

    MizOsa nice one!
    This is the first meal I made when my mum gave me the go ahead to use her kitchen!No doubt it was so oily, lol. Seeing it here, I think I will try again.
    Watch out y'all!!! Hehe!

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  6. It's been ages i had palm oil jellof rice, will definitely cook this over the weekend. Thanks

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  7. Anonymous5/23/2013

    Nice one Mizosa, palm oil rice has dis special taste dat one cnt resist; mint leaf cn b added too

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  8. Hm....nice one... It haf tey o... I'll surely prepare this one lazy saturday... Thanks.

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  9. Anonymous5/23/2013

    Mtn rice nice wit ugu leaves or nchawu

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  10. I have leftover cooked rice. Can I fry d palmoil with onion, pepper, crayfish n seasoning then add the cooked rice n leave on low heat?

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  11. Anonymous5/23/2013

    I like to put the fish inside the rice and it will boil dere, and I like to cook mine with ginger and garlic......m

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  12. Anonymous5/23/2013

    Same here, I didn't know you could cook jellof rice without tomatoes. I wonder what it will taste like. Will def try it

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  13. I cooked mine with fried chicken wings and it tasted so yummy n delicious.

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  14. Anonymous5/23/2013

    Chaiii! This is one of my best meals when I was in school. If u want to enjoy it more use rosted fish and nchuanwu(scent leave)!! Tastes so great. But one of d principles make sure u eat wen warm cuz if u eat wen cold u are on ur own*rolling eyes*. U won't enjoy it sha

    Pinkyy

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    1. Anonymous5/23/2013

      #was one of my best* sorry.
      Pinkyy

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  15. Anonymous5/24/2013

    I ate this a lot during the first trimester of my first pregnancy, added locust bean seed(okpei) with lots of pepper n dryfish. Hmmmm...Yummy!

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  16. Anonymous7/15/2013

    Hmmm.... Mtn rice dat's what i'm preparin right away.

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  17. Anonymous7/15/2013

    Hmmm.... Yummy ... MTN rice dat's wat its called i'm preparin it rite away

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  18. Anonymous7/15/2013

    Yummy..... Mtn rice, i'm preparin it rite away

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  19. Anonymous8/16/2013

    Generally called mtn rice, this reminds me of my under-g days in school. I was very creative with it; i always added blended egusi with iru woro and isan.(my mum made sure i had lots of those in stock) sometimes, i take it with wara soya which i make weekly. Fish keeee, na wara dey do am pass.

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  20. Anonymous8/16/2013

    Generally called mtn rice, this reminds me of my under-g days in school. I was very creative with it; i always added blended egusi with iru woro and isan.(my mum made sure i had lots of those in stock) sometimes, i take it with wara soya which i make weekly. Fish keeee, na wara dey do am pass.

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  21. Anonymous8/16/2013

    Generally called mtn rice, this reminds me of my under-g days in school. I was very creative with it; i always added blended egusi with iru woro and isan.(my mum made sure i had lots of those in stock) sometimes, i take it with wara soya which i make weekly. Fish keeee, na wara dey do am pass.

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