Ah, at least, if nothing else, that meal is 'recognised' here.
The number one party representative for the Africans.
If nothing else, we would definitely eat chicken or meat of some sort when we show up at your party. 😂
(Neighbour, please take note😐 and it's not Jalous or Jallof rice either. No worries. So long as it's well cooked. I know you like it too)
I understand that are long running arguments as to where Jollof rice originated between Ghanaians and Nigerian's and Wikipedia claims it may be from neither.
One thing we agree on though is that it is tasty and goes down well at all times of the day and on all occasions and non occasions too. A staple meal..
So today let's have a recipe for the Ghanaian version and some helpful tips for the Nigerian version, which really isn't much different either.
You can always adjust whatever recipe you choose and make it your own unique taste.
So take it away. Have a nice weekend with your Jollof rice.
All you party caterers, go show your stuff and you can share your pictures etc with us.
Use the forms below to give us your details and we'll get back to you.
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Fally Jay for The Food Hut.