Nora spice for jollof rice
Jollof rice is an all-time favourite meal in Nigeria and indeed across most parts of West Africa. And you’ll find that each country has their own version of how to cook it. There have been decades-long arguments as to Jollof rice origin but as proud Nigerians, it should be no surprise that we will vote for Jollof rice Nigerian any day. Learning how to make it is a rite of passage for every youngster – in your early teens, mums will often get ingredients including seasoning and will teach their kids the fine art either using a recipe from a cookbook or one they were taught themselves. Back in the day, you’d have to go to the local markets to get ingredients but today, you can get them all online on Afrocart. Most people eat it plain while others mix it up. If you’re health-conscious and don’t want too many calories, you should choose your ingredients carefully. Of course, if you don’t eat meat, you’ll most likely be going for a vegan option. At most Nigerian parties, you’ll find it served with chicken in abundance. The food will typically have been made by middle-aged women who know how to cook it expertly and they would have learned this using Nigerian recipes handed down to them by their mothers and grandmothers.
Source: SuperMart Nigeria
Nora spice for Jollof Rice is the ideal seasoning mix for garnishing your Jollof rice.
It also compliments other dishes like: chicken, fish, stew, egg, beef or any dish of your choice.
Just sprinkle and enjoy the real good taste and aroma.
Source: Onitsha Market
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