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Learn How To Prepare Ghana Jollof Rice, It Is Very Easy

Hey guys, so today I'll be writing on something out of the country(Nigeria), but still African.

Am sure we have all been hearing of Ghana jollof rice, and how lots of people compare it to our Nigerian jollof. Well for me, I think each of them are unique in their own way and both are nice.

I tried the Ghana method of cooking Jollof rice and it came out cool, that is why I decided to share this recipe with you guys. Read on and enjoy



Fresh tomatoes(little)

Tin tomatoes

Habenero Pepper(ata rodo)

Red bell pepper (tatashe)

Cayene pepper (shombo)


Oregano leaves

Any meat of choice, I used chicken

Ground Nut Oil

Garlic and ginger

Salt and seasoning to taste

Note: The key thing in Ghana jollof rice is the pepper. They like it hot and spicy, that is what makes it stand out.

First You Prepare your Ingredients

1. Blend all your peppers together with little tomatoes, and a can of tin tomatoes and set aside( the blend should be smooth and red)

2. Cut two onions bulbs and blend, with little ground nut oil. Then set aside

3. Blend your garlic and ginger and set aside

4. Season your chicken to taste and boil

5. Fry your boiled chicken and set aside

6. Wash and perboil your rice

7. Dice your onions

8. Wash your oregano and shred

Cooking Your Ghana Jollof Rice

Finally, we get to the main business of the day.

1. Place a pot on the fire and allow to dry

2. Add your ground nut oil and leave to bleach

3. Add your blend of onions and fry till the color changes

4. Add your blend of pepper and tomatoes, and allow to fry( do not fry dry)

5. Season to taste and add your garlic and little oregano. Keep frying

6. Add your perboiled rice and stir. Ensure you mix all evenly

7. Add little chicken stock or water to cook your rice, throw in your diced onions and your remaining oregano, cover with a foil and simmer/oven bake

Voila! Your Ghana jollof rice is ready. Serve with your fried chicken and enjoy.

Hope you try out this cooking method and see if you will love Ghana's method of cooking jollof rice.

Thanks for reading. Do well to like, share and comment or ask questions if any and watch out because I'll be writing more Ghaniain delicacies soon.

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