Ofada Rice With Palm Oil
It is de- stoned severally making it stone free, chaff free, clean and ready for immediate use. Ofada Rice has a lot of nutritional and health benefits that accrues to its regular consumption.
It can be cooked in less than 20 minutes compared to the unpolished rice. Ofada rice emits a unique aroma when cooking. It is also self-preserving and one of the foods that add value to the lives of health conscious people including those who are diabetics; It reduces breast cancer risk, risk of Gallstone and maintains a normal body weight.
It also prevents heart disease, constipation and lowers cholesterol. It prevents Colon Cancer and maintains a healthy nervous system.
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OFADA RICE RECIPE
- 7 large bell peppers
- 3 scotch bonnet peppers
- 4 large red onions
- 2 lbs braised goat meat (braised with 1 red onion, 1 scotch bonnet pepper, 1 tsp salt and 1 tsp bouillon)
- 80 grams cleaned smoked dried fish (about 0.17lbs)
- 20 grams smoked dried shrimp about (0.04 lbs)
- ½ cup palm oil
- 2 tsps bouillon
- salt to taste
- 1 tbsp Iru (fermented locust beans) (optional)
- Cut the peppers, and 2 red onion into small chunks, and blend roughly
- Boil the blended peppers on medium high heat till it reduces to a paste
- While the peppers are reducing, slice 2 red onions and set aside
- In separate pot, saute the sliced red onions in palm oil on medium heat till the onions turn slightly brown.
- Add in the cleaned smoked dried fish, the shrimp and continue to cook for another 10 minutes.
- Add in the reduced pepper paste, turn the heat down to low-medium, and continue cooking for 10 minutes. Add in the braised goat meat and the braising liquid and continue cooking for 15 minutes.
- After 15 minutes of cooking, add in the iru and bouillon, stir, and continue cooking until the stew separates from the oil (this could take about 10 minutes).
- Serve with boiled ofada rice or white rice
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