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Gloria’s Ghanian Jollof Rice

Gloria’s Ghanian Jollof Rice

You all know it and love it, this Jollof Rice recipe will bring back childhood memories. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a classic West African dish that you need in your recipe arsenal. There are different versions all over West Africa and we embrace them all.

This Ghanaian party rice is one of Gloria’s favorite recipes that she learned from her mother. Jasmine rice is cooked in a spicy tomato stew. Enjoy this jollof alone, with your favorite stew, or our personal favorite homemade Gloria’s Shito— smokey chili crisp with just enough heat.

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Gloria’s Jollof Rice

  • Author: Gloria Allorbi
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 50 minutes

Description

This Ghanaian party rice is one of Gloria’s favorite recipes that she learned from her mother. Jasmine rice is cooked in a spicy tomato stew. Enjoy this jollof alone, with your favorite stew, or our personal favorite homemade Gloria’s Shito— smokey chili crisp with just enough heat.


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Ingredients

1 mediums size onion

2 small habaneros

4 cloves of garlic

1 ounce of ginger

4 medium size tomatoes

1/3 cup of olive oil

1 tbsp minced garlic

6 oz. tomato paste

1 tbsp of salt

1 tbsp of dry minced onions

½ tsp of garlic powder

½ tsp of Dry Rosemary (Optional)

4 cups of white jasmine rice

1 ½ cup of low sodium chicken broth or vegetable broth

2 cups of diced rainbow carrots (optional)


Instructions


Notes

Serve with Gloria’s Shito

In Swahili, Jikoni means kitchen. At our core, that’s what we are. A space to cook, to share, to create.

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