Before we begin the scene lets go back in time to acknowledge how the delicious food call Jollof Rice started. Jollof Rice was first made by people from Senegalese, located in west Africa. Countries like Nigeria and Ghana were the first countries to apply the dish to their culture. Throughout time Jollof Rice was recognize by people from different parts of Africa. Cooking stew with white rice is what makes the taste of Jollof Rice melt in your mouth. Jollof Rice is a food, people from different continents can relate with because the main component of the food is rice. Rice is common all around the world. Many culture have their own version of rice. In Nigeria Yoruba people are known cooking Jollof Rice. Most Yoruba people are located in the northern part of Nigeria.
Now you have to let the sauce cook. When the sauce is really starting to steam with the tomato paste, you have to put two and half table spoon of chicken flavored bouillon. when you do that you let the sauce cook. After you have yourself a stew. You will mix the stew with white rice. Make sure to wash your rice with hot water and salt. Pour the rice in the stew. Mix it up. Steer the rice in a timely manner. You have to keep doing it because your rice will burn. When it's done cooking, you have yourself a delicious pot of Jollof Rice.
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We want to learn how to cook Joolof Rice.
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Alright guys pay attention to how I cook Jollof Rice. Take notes. Joking but you should pay attention though. You have to blend your red peppers, tomato, scotch bonnet( like chili pepper), and onions. After your done blending everything together, it will turn into sauce. Pour your sauce in the pot. Let it steam up in the pot for ten minutes. Then pour your tomato paste in in the pot to mix it with the sauce.
it's starting to make sense to me.
I think I know how to cook Jollof Rice now. Thanks dad.
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