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BN Cuisine: A Delicious Recipe for Native Jollof Rice on Bukie’s Kitchen Muse



Forget about Nigerian or Ghanaian Jollof rice, Buki’s Kitchen Muse is back with her latest vlog titled ‘Native Jollof Rice’.

On this new episode, Bukie shows off with her special recipe for Native Jollof rice and indulges us. She calls it the perfect variant for the combinations of Jollof rice cooked by different people.


See more yummy recipes on BN Cuisine, here


  1. Look

    July 12, 2017 at 7:15 pm

    I love your voice. How calm and confident. No unnecessary lecture. I love how you edited the video saving us time. Very professional. I will try this recipe.

  2. Keeping it real

    July 12, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    Still on the rice matter? My waistline says no, me eyes and mouth says yes. Hubby doesn’t like that his surprise size 10 dresses are always exchanged for size 12.
    Rice I resist you. My hubby’s love and kisses is sweeter than you. Leave me oooo.

    • Temi

      July 12, 2017 at 11:45 pm

      That. Or your hubby needs calm down. Lose weight and stay fit for yourself . Not for men holding you to standards they don’t hold themselves to.

    • Keeping it real

      July 13, 2017 at 4:45 am

      @Temi, I hear you,…and thanks…. but I actually enjoy the fact that the he keeps me in check. We are a team and each other’s critics so it goes both ways. I’m grateful I got one of the good ones. I need his type of motivation to not tip the scales in the wrong direction.. xoxo.

  3. Susie

    July 17, 2017 at 2:30 am

    Keeping it real how about substituting with brown rice or cauliflower rice and still doing the dish? I find white rice itself is bland. It’s the sauce & meat that creates the jollof flavor. Our ancestors didn’t eat white rice anyway.

    I don’t eat white rice so I use either brown rice or cauliflower rice. It tastes different at first but after a while you get used to it. That’s if you’re not doing so already

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