The picture above perfectly exemplifies the relationship between Nigerians and Rice dishes. An average Nigerian eats a rice dish at least 3 times a week. Nigeria currently tops the statistics as the highest consumer of rice in Africa. This article is aimed at highlighting the rice dishes Nigerians love in commemoration of National Rice Week.
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What makes Christmas season special? Find out as Food enthusiasts share their opinion with Bosslady Cookist
Christmas is a season to be merry and joyful. Christmas comes with a rush of memory and joyful experiences for a number of people. In homes and major cities across the world, the decorations and lights have been displayed, gifts are being exchanged, fruit cakes have been baked or are being baked, special meals areContinue reading “What makes Christmas season special? Find out as Food enthusiasts share their opinion with Bosslady Cookist”
Party Fried Rice yay or nay? By Bosslady Cookist
All these party fried rice errors are simply because Fried rice shouldn’t be mass produced. To properly cook fried rice, it should be cooked in batches e.g 10-15 servings per batch.
The Jollof Rice Conversation with Bosslady Cookist.
This conversation was born out of a desire to educate people on Jollof rice and a discussion I had with a friend a few days back. I’d be taking us on a journey through the history, origin recipe, myths and facts of this epic dish, come with me.😊
Tips on how to store your Tomato-pepper sauce & vegetable, during a pandemic and after.
Many families have stocked up on food stuff which is excellent, but there is an underlying problem of storing for freshness and the shelf life of some food stuff due to the erratic power supply.