Local Palm oil jollof rice with dadawa, smoked fish and vegetables

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Palm oil rice with dawadawa, smoked fish and vegetables
Palm oil local jollof rice cooked the same way we cooked the palm oil rice and beans but this time instead of beans, we added dadawa and vegetables. This is very filling and delicious. Those who don't like fresh fish will still enjoy this because smoked fish tastes really good without all that fish smell.

INGREDIENTS: 
  • 3 cups rice
  • 1 fifty Naira wrap of dadawa (locust beans)
  • 3 smoked fish
  • a handful of green amaranth vegetables (aleho)
  • palm oil
  • knorr beef seasoning cubes
  • salt
  • my pepper sauce
  • 1 medium sized onion
  • Water


palm oil rice recipe collage
Collage of native palm oil rice



smoked Fish and vegetables



Cooking Procedure:

I first of all heated the palm oil, fried onions, pepper, crushed seasoning cubes and the smoked fish in it. Then, added hot water and the washed rice. Checked for salt and taste of the food before covering and allowing rice to cook soft.
Once rice is as soft as I want it, I add the dawadawa and mix, then finally a sprinkle of green vegetables go in and I mix and serve hot. 
The vegetables cooked while mixing, they didn't need extra time.
Enjoy your meal.




Adding locust beans to cooked rice







Adding very little green vegetables








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 Local jollof rice is ready, join me.

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Palm oil rice is ready
Enjoy!


Also Read: 

  1. Palm oil rice and beans
  2. palm oil native rice and beans. 







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Comments

  1. Awww Now I'm hungry. I love me some palm oil rice..... I call it 'anyhow rice' looks good

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  2. I have cooked this twice this week. Last night my hubby commented who tomatoes help. Lol. Very cheap and stress free food and it taste great. I add scent leaf when cooking mine

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    1. Thanks Bella, I'll add scent leaves when next I cook this. Will share the recipe too.

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  3. I make mine using scent leaves, and it smells very good.

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    1. Makes sense. I'll sprinkle scent leaves next time. Thank you Nelo.

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