THE ULTIMATE AVOCADO SALAD RECIPE for Sunday lunch

Make this quick and flavour packed Avocado Salad recipe and serve alongside your Jollof Rice recipe. As a stress free Sunday lunch meal why not add my quick Okra Stir fry recipe to the mix? Thank me later.


Sunday lunch should celebrate the end to week and shouldn’t be stressful. Please leave your questions in the comment section.

Happy Sunday family ❤️

 

INGREDIENTS

2 large ripened Avocado

1 medium sized sun ripened Tomato

1 medium sized Red Onion

Half a teaspoon of Chilli flakes

1 medium sized Organic Cucumber

3 tablespoonful of natural Yoghurt

Fresh Mint

Salt and Pepper to taste

4 tablespoonful of Lime & Ginger Dressing

 

LIME AND GINGER DRESSING

 

TO SERVE

Have you tried my smoked Shrimp Okra stir fry recipe? A must try and it must have a place on your table for Sunday lunch.

 

HOMEMADE YOGHURT RECIPE

Try my easy to follow homemade Yoghurt recipe which was added to the Ginger dressing for the Avocado Salad.

 

METHOD

Make this quick Avocado Salad and serve with my quick Jollof Rice recipe and Okra stir fry.

JOLLOF RICE

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OnePot Jollof Rice & Chicken recipe

How about this easy one pot Jollof rice and Chicken dish for your Sunday lunch?

INGREDIENTS
300G Basmati rice
180ml of water or your preferred stock
300g of Jollof Stew or Karahi Chicken stew
Half an Organic or Corn fed Chicken
Zest and juice of 1 Lemon
1 teaspoonful of Chilli flakes
4 tablespoonful of Olive Oil
1 teaspoon of mixed dried herbs
Salt and Pepper to taste

SPICE BLEND
20g of Ginger
1 Onion
1 teaspoonful of Aniseed
2 cloves of Garlic

METHOD

Watch how to make this easy on pot Jollof Rice and baked Chicken recipe below;

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Can we call this Jollof? Ma Tricky Wo Jollof Rice Recipe

Controversy alert!

In a world where lockdown is the new normal, ones mental health can suffer; however creating a little controversy here and there does help especially in the Kitchen or?

Okay! Hear me out… hmm…so Jollof Rice to the eye must have that distinctive  deep Orange colour, be well spiced and have a smoky undertone flavour. Tackling the ‘colour’ issue technically means this Smoked Shrimp Red Rice recipe passes as Jollof Rice or?

Traditionally, one uses Tomatoes and Tomato Purée to achieve the distinctive deep Orange colour, however this dish omits them as the colour is derived from the Smoked Shrimps.

Now that I’ve made my argument, I would like to know, is it in the process of cooking Jollof Rice and or sticking to the sacred ingredients that qualifies it as Jollof Rice?

Leave your comments below and let’s have this discussion.

 

INGREDIENTS

200g of Smoked Shrimps, Prawns or Crayfish

2 large Banana Shallots or any Onion of your choosing

4 tablespoonful of your preferred oil for frying

1 teaspoonful of Chilli flakes

1 tablespoonful of Cumin seeds

6 Black Peppercorns

5 Sichuan Peppercorns /1 teaspoon of Aniseed / 2 Star Anise

2 tablespoonfuls of a Ginger, Garlic, Onion and Aniseed blend

350g of soaked Basmati Rice

150ml of Water or your preferred stock

30g of chopped Spring Onions

1 tablespoonful of Organic Coconut oil

2 Bay leaves

Salt to taste

 

TO SERVE

Serve with a portion of my Okra Stir fry, Grilled Salmon or your preferred protein.

 

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this ‘Ma Trick Wo Jollof Rice’ recipe below;

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