White rice and stew is royalty.
They are match made in food heaven. What else can I say? By all means, these two were meant for each other; they are generally acceptable Sunday dish in Nigerian and most African countries. Just in case if this is the very first time you are ever seeing any of my blog posts, then welcome to my home where I share healthy food recipes and more every single Monday. Side note: I was born and raised in Nigeria.
As a matter of fact and urgency, I think I needed to show you what most of the world (aka Nigerians) eat with the red stew. In other words, Nigerian red stew is not complete without white rice. So, therefore, welcome to Nigeria!😂
OH, and, you do have the freedom to make this dish your own way (because there are plenty other ways to cook it). Also, “white rice” here basically means plain rice. Even though we mostly pair white rice with red stew. You can eat it with anything, really. It is important to realize that white rice is a vegetarian and gluten-free meal so if you are a vegetarian you can eat it with any vegetarian sauce such as sautéd spinach. I always say that cooking gives you the freedom to create your food your own way. ☺️
Back to the basics.
Apparently, the most critical thing you need for this white rice dish is rice. Traditionally, we (Nigerians) prefer the long (parboiled) grain, and that is what I will be using to make it today. You can still use any other kind of rice such as short or medium grain.Rice is an excellent source of energy because it has high-quality carbohydrate. It is real fuel for your body. You may also want to know that rice is gluten-free; another reason to enjoy this delicacy without guilt. Click To Tweet Just stick to the serving size as moderation is key.
This food is so simple and straightforward to make. Boom, and its ready! By the way, special thanks to the sun filtering in through the window.😂😂😂
If you are like me that adore rosemary like crazy, then you may wanna sprinkle a few fresh leaves alongside the mint. It won’t hurt but, rather it will be bursting with flavors.
Now if you are ready, let us get cooking:
Do you eat rice? How do you make them and what would typically eat it with? Please, tell me in the comment.
Get a seat on my kitchen table, cause you are now my family. 😊
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