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World Jollof Rice Day! A Jollof Love Story By Chef Fregz



Happy Jollof Rice Day!!! As we all know, today is the greatest day on earth for all Jollof rice lovers. Presenting a Jollof Love Story by Chef Fregz, one of our favourite chefs. He says it all.

Ify Mogekwu of also shared with us her special Jollof rice recipe.

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To participate, all you have to do is visit our Facebook page and submit your unique recipe.

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  1. EC

    August 22, 2016 at 7:13 pm

    oga Fregs is talking about rice like its a woman. poetic

  2. International Native

    August 22, 2016 at 7:43 pm

    I love! love!! love!!! Jollof rice!

  3. femfem

    August 22, 2016 at 10:44 pm

    Fregz soliloquy about jollof rice. I’ve never quite been able to get that party jollof flavour ?. My ghanian and lodger used to make jollof with thai fragrant rice and ginger and carrots. Yummy!

    • Anon

      August 23, 2016 at 3:42 pm

      Leave the stainless steel pot closed and let the bottom burn. The burning smoke from inside the pot is what gives it the party jollof rice flavour. That’s what I do.

      Soak your pot with vinegar and baking soda to wash and clean it properly

  4. Aibee

    August 23, 2016 at 3:07 pm

    Thank you Chef Fregs! I’ve never thought of Jollof Rice as a labour of love, which is probably why I never seem to get it right. I like cooking by rote, stressless easy fried rice, vegetable soups etc. Jollof rice just seems too methodical for me. Even though I cook mean gbegiri soup! Maybe now I should cook it as a labour of love, even if I’m the only one that will eat it! I’m going to give it a try again, this time around putting my heart into it! Wish me luck!

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