Vegeloff Rice πŸ›

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I am making jollof rice without tomatoes and no it’s not fried rice. Just follow me.

What did I use?

Four grated carrots

Four grated garlics

A thumb size of ginger (grated)

1/6 cabbage

One small onions

A handful of green beans (chopped)

Three tablespoon full of soy sauce

Seven red hot pepper

Three knor cubes

Two tablespoons of soy sauce

One table spoon of butter

Two to three serving spoons of vegetable oil

One table spoon of thyme

One tablespoon of jollof spice

Two regular cuts of chicken (chopped)

Three small cuts of beef (chopped)

Meat (chicken and beef) stock

Carrot and cucumber salad

Water.

What did I do?

The grated carrot, garlic, ginger, cabbage, onions, green beans, soy sauce and red hot pepper were blended together. Half a cup of water was added before blending started and in between blending, water was added intermittently to ensure the blending process runs smoothly. I do not want to over burden my blended because it’s in frequent use and so I decided to chop and grate the ingredients so that the blending process is easier.

The blended mix.

I parboiled some rice and I cooked some meat so that I would have meat and meat stock. I used vegetable oil to fry the vegetable blend and I seasoned while frying. Once the rice was parboiled, meat and stock was ready and vegetable mixed fried, I mixed them together in a pot and allowed cook for some minutes and that’s it!

Ready!

Served with some coleslaw like salad

I hope you try it. It’s another way to get more vegetables into you and your family.

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