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BN Cuisine: Here’s a Recipe for Jollof Rice with Sardine & Tinned Tomatoes by Mummy’s Yum on

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Mummy’s Yum has a new recipe out for jollof rice with sardines and tinned tomatoes. She said;

Sardine is a very rich source of calcium for kids. It also contains Vitamins A, D and Omega-3, which is good fat. Since canned sardine reminded me of budget cooking, I decided to also use tinned tomato only to make this jollof rice.

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2 Comments

  1. Temi

    March 5, 2017 at 10:21 pm

    I AM VISITING SENEGAL RIGHT NOW AND THE SENEGALESE ARE SICK AND TIRED OF US NIGERIANS WANTING TO COOK THIS DISH IN A FILTHY WAY.. DON’T YOU KNOW THAT JOLOF IS IN SENEGAL AND USED TO BE A KINGDOM.. JOLOF IS THE LINGUA FRANCA OF SENEGAL.. AND THIS DISH WE HAVE BEEN TRYING TO COOK FOR SO LONG IS JUST WRONG… THE REAL DISH IS CALLED. TIEP DIENH AND THE WAY WE NIGERIANS AND GHANA PEOPLE ARE COOKING IT IS JUST WRONG.. IT IS LIKE SENEGALESE TRYING TO STEAL OUR DISH LIKE EGUSSI, OGBONO… NO WAY THESE DISHES WITH ANY TWIST COULD BE SENEGALESE… SO PLEASE, FELLOWS NIGERIANS AND GHANA PEOPLE STOP SAYING JOLOFF RICE.. IT IS NOT OUR DISH … HOW WOULD WE FEEL IF SENEGAL PEOPLE START TAKING OUR DISHES AND TWISTING THEM… TO LIKE EGUFOOD OR EGURICE OR EGUNIGERIA OR OGBONIGERIA?

    GIVE TO CESAR WHAT BELONGS TO CESAR.

    • Noname

      March 10, 2017 at 4:54 am

      So???????????????

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