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Friday, 1 January 2016

Here is how to make Fried Rice In Nigeria

Here is the complete ingredient for making this delicious Nigerian food although some of them could be omitted depending of personal preferences. Ingredients for Nigeria fried rice. (6-8 persons)  4 cups of rice  5 cups of sliced Cabbage  2 cups of sliced Carrot  Green beans {2 cups}  Peas {half cup}(optional)  1 cup of sliced Green pepper  Liver {0.3kg}  Meat {2kg}(chicken, beef or goat meat)  Vegetable oil {150ml}  1 cup of sliced Onions  Curry powder (coloring spice) {2 Tablespoons}  Salt and pepper to taste I made fried rice with goat meat in the video below; it is easier to follow the video if you are not on a mobile device (although most mobile devices can now play internetHere is how to make Fried Rice In Nigeria Set your cooking pot on heat, allow to dry, then pour in about 150ml of groundnut or vegetable oil (some folks also prefer cooking margarine) If you want to use cooking margarine 150g would be enough. Note: It is better to continue with the same oil you used while frying the meat (that is only if you fried the meats), you can reduce it to 150ml. Allow to heat then add the sliced onions stir for 1-2 minutes then add the chopped carrot and green beans, any of this two can actually go first. Add the cabbage also. Stir for 1-2 minutes then add the curry powder (Curry is a yellowish spice that actually adds the yellowish color of fried rice, add and stir till you are satisfied with the color.) meat stock (water from the meat), add ground pepper (optional), add a teaspoon of salt and the chopped liver, add 1-2 cubes of maggi or knorr then stir and taste, you may add more salt. You would have a yellowish mixture which would often taste overly spiced, don’t worry the rice would balance the taste. (If it doesn’t taste overly spiced it is advisable to add another cube of maggi and salt so it doesn’t become tasteless after you add the white rice {a trick}). (videos).

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