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Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by mulerogold(m): 1:05pm On Dec 25, 2020
Abbeg oo
Way to go on fried rice.
Anyone with manual ?

Faith wey supposed run am don vex comot oo.

Which kind wahala be dis na angry
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 1:06pm On Dec 25, 2020
Finally, I am done with all my tasks. What I want to do now is relax, have my lunch in bed and then binge on movies/sleep. How is the christmas celebration at your end?


On my platter fried rice, peppered chicken and creamy coleslaw, to be pushed down with organic sobo drink (my all-time fave)

Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 1:08pm On Dec 25, 2020
mulerogold:
Abbeg oo
Way to go on fried rice.
Anyone with manual ?

Faith wey supposed run am don vex comot oo.

Which kind wahala be dis na angry


If you wan run am, I fit guide you on how to go about it.
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 1:10pm On Dec 25, 2020
johnpaschal:


Abeg where you Dy stay joor e donntey wey I taste this kind killer delicacy since mumc die chaii .....it feels like yesterday I could remember when joy was shared on Christmas like this now it's ended ...

I can name all the ingredients in that pot mum made sure I learnt it all ..... wonderful memories







Awwww, I am so sorry about your mum. May her soul continue to rest in perfect peace. I live in the North so I dont think it is possible to channel some to your end.

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Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by mulerogold(m): 1:16pm On Dec 25, 2020
Juliearth:



If you wan run am, I fit guide you on how to go about it.

Abbeg.. guide me.

She don slice carrot, cabbage and dem green bean don set for tray before she provoke oo.

And na my beans i for eat in peace oo,
until she buy 2 rubber of rice come say make we run am. tongue
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by ucheuzor1(m): 1:30pm On Dec 25, 2020
Wow.... God bless you richly for having such a beautiful heart.

You're a wife material.
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Pearly255(f): 1:31pm On Dec 25, 2020
Yes o my sister
Juliearth:



I feel you sis!

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Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Ola17: 1:41pm On Dec 25, 2020
Juliearth:





Merry christmas to you too bro. God bless us all.

Merry Christmas.

Please what brand of rice is that? The grains are long.
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by seunmohmoh(f): 2:06pm On Dec 25, 2020
classicfrank4u:


Scammer! U way I see the slaughter cow yesterday undecided
Ok Na
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by johnpaschal(m): 2:09pm On Dec 25, 2020
Juliearth:








Awwww, I am so sorry about your mum. May her soul continue to rest in perfect peace. I live in the North so I dont think it is possible to channel some to your end.

No wahala dear it's the spirit of giving that matters as long as it came from your heart to give so would the good Lord always provide and enrich your purse never to lack and would forever grow in abundance..Amen enjoy
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by SpeedyHitman: 2:13pm On Dec 25, 2020
Alexaonfleek:
wahala for who nor sabi cook today grin
Cunt!
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Ryan03(m): 2:21pm On Dec 25, 2020
SpeedyHitman:
Brassiere users; all you think about is food, food & food! You ain't got no frikkin' goals?
officer in charge of goals, where/what is your own goal?
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by SpeedyHitman: 2:35pm On Dec 25, 2020
Ryan03:
officer in charge of goals, where/what is your own goal?
Someone's bitch! Stop all these ass-lickin' sh!t!
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Nobody: 2:40pm On Dec 25, 2020
Juliearth:



Naked as in without icing. I didn't get to do that though, NEPA disappointed.

Oh, OK. I get you now. smiley

I hope you don't think the worst of me right now?
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by descarado: 2:42pm On Dec 25, 2020
Authentic Nigerian cast iron Dutch oven aka ite ònà
We don dey use am since before oyibo modified the name
Well done

Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Ryan03(m): 2:52pm On Dec 25, 2020
SpeedyHitman:
Someone's bitch! Stop all these ass-lickin' sh!t!
being someone's b!tch is your goal? That's a nice one cool
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Olisehinnocent: 3:48pm On Dec 25, 2020
Omo this babe sabi cook o

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Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Dissap: 4:43pm On Dec 25, 2020
iamyemiakins:

See this one wey dey disguise, don't carry this nonsense with you to 2021
That's Seun's bot sad. It's so annoying!!!
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Dissap: 4:52pm On Dec 25, 2020
u dey sell the food for ur place?
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by baby124: 4:59pm On Dec 25, 2020
Juliearth:




Eh God, you dont mean it!!!
OMG, whose child is this? He’s so cute

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Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:27pm On Dec 25, 2020
mulerogold:


Abbeg.. guide me.

She don slice carrot, cabbage and dem green bean don set for tray before she provoke oo.

And na my beans i for eat in peace oo,
until she buy 2 rubber of rice come say make we run am. tongue



Cc
Newman20





1. Perboil your rice (add it into an almost boiling water and allow to cook for just 3 minutes) or just wash it with hot water. Which ever method you use, make sure you wash the rice severally so much so that the water becomes clear.

2. I am assuming that you have meat stock (else just use ordinary water). Turn your meat stock into a pot, adjust taste if needs be, add some curry if you want a golden colour or blend some green pepper and add to this water if you want a green colour... You may add some thyme too if you so wish... Bring this mixture to a boil and then add your washed rice. Note that the water should be on the same level with the rice or slightly higher. Seal the pot properly with its cover and cook on low heat.

3. I am assuming that you have washed, chopped or diced vegetables such as green peas (washed), carrot (diced), liver(cooked and diced), green and yellow pepper (Washed and diced), sweet corn, onions and pepper (pounded or chopped finely)etc. Soak your green peas in warm water. You can do this at the initial stage of your cooking. Remove the water once it is almost tender.

4. In a frying pan, add some butter (,optional) and vegetable oil. Add some chopped onions, allow to fry until translucent, add some minced ginger and garlic, add your diced liver or kidney and allow to fry. Add all your vegetables mentioned in step 3 (all except green pepper and yellow pepper). Stir this mixture continuously. Now, if the rice, which should have been cooked by now is not tasty, you can decide to add a cube or two of bouillon to this mixture you are stir frying. Do this and continue to stir. Once you are satisfied with the texture of your veggies, you can add a little soysauce to the pan and then add your green and yellow peppers, stir and take the sauce off your heat (immediately l.

5. In a new pan, add some of your cooked rice and sauce, mix thoroughly and then move content into another pot or food flask. Do this until you have mixed all your rice....

This is an abridged method. I dont want to bug you with other complexities involved in cooking this meal. However, if you follow this steps, you will end up with a beautiful result.
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:27pm On Dec 25, 2020
ucheuzor1:
Wow.... God bless you richly for having such a beautiful heart.

You're a wife material.




Thanks bro
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:29pm On Dec 25, 2020
Ola17:


Merry Christmas.

Please what brand of rice is that? The grains are long.



Its Mr rice ( its a local brand)
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:29pm On Dec 25, 2020
johnpaschal:


No wahala dear it's the spirit of giving that matters as long as it came from your heart to give so would the good Lord always provide and enrich your purse never to lack and would forever grow in abundance..Amen enjoy




Thanks bro. Be safe!
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:30pm On Dec 25, 2020
mansakhalifa:


Oh, OK. I get you now. smiley

I hope you don't think the worst of me right now?



LOL, far from it bro. You were only curious.
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:31pm On Dec 25, 2020
descarado:
Authentic Nigerian cast iron Dutch oven aka ite ònà
We don dey use am since before oyibo modified the name
Well done



Na so oh. The ones my mum disposed were older than my my younger sisters but were still in perfect shape. Once you seal them properly and with good supply of heat, they cook well like pressure pots.
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:36pm On Dec 25, 2020
Nmezor:
Nice one OP n well done



Thanks dear, have a blast!
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:36pm On Dec 25, 2020
Lamasta:
Abeg way bill mine o OP I can't come and salivate kee myself here o grin



Smiles...
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:37pm On Dec 25, 2020
Oracleforce:
Me I dey school premises dey prepare for many exams to sit for next year




I wish you success in your forthcoming exams.
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:39pm On Dec 25, 2020
MMXX:
Are you cooking for the whole community?

this is nice though,share food also, nobody is permitted to be hungry today





Not the whole community, just 50 families that I figured may need this. Some of the families are small (2 people) while some are large (6 people) so their number determined the content that I dished. I shared this here so people can take up this initiative... I am hoping to have a stable job before my birthday or next Christmas so I can do something bigger than this.
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:44pm On Dec 25, 2020
Dissap:
u dey sell the food for ur place?




No
Re: A Nairalander Shares Her Christmas Recipe by Juliearth(f): 5:46pm On Dec 25, 2020
baby124:

OMG, whose child is this? He’s so cute



I dont even know. I downloaded it from the Internet. I love children .

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