You wonder why your folks don’t eat leftover rice, it simply because you haven’t tried this recipe. Ofada Jambalaya was another on-spot eureka moment creation with leftover local brown rice (ofada); its an official leftover makeover that was so good my brother didn’t leave me to eat it; sequel to Ajekusine Rice (you sure want to try this out too)
Yeah! Let’s make your family want leftovers everyday. Ayeeee!
Ingredients 1 Servings
- Ofada Rice (brown rice) leftover (or not) 1 cup
- Pepper sauce
- Ginger powdered a pinch
- Garlic powdered a pinch
- Offals and hides (inu eran and ponmo) mixed in the pepper sauce as desired
- Diced plantain grilled/fried
- Broth 1/2 cup
- Fluted pumpkin leaves (Ugu) sliced 1 handful
- Moringa leaves 1 stalk
Heat up a large frying pan on low heat. Add the offals and hides with the broth to cook for 3 minutes. Add all the other ingredients except the fluted pumpkin and moringa leaves to the pan and stir well. Leave to cook for 10 minutes; stir every 2minutes.
P.s. **Do not cover.
Then add the fluted pumpkin and moringa leaves and stir in to cook for 5 minutes.
Allow to sit for 3 minutes before serving.americandishadapted, brownrice, jambalaya, jambalayarice, july4th, leftover, makeover, Ofada, one-pot, rice