Why does Home-cooked Jollof taste different from Party Jollof?
Jollof rice is a Nigerian dish that is enjoyed by people of all tribes and ethnic groups, and among the many ways it can be prepared, “party jollof rice” stands out.
Large cast iron pots known as “koko-irin” are used to cook it, which are placed on top of large chunks of firewood. The smokey heat from the charcoal imparts a distinct and memorable flavour that many people enjoy.
But as a kid, I used to cry out for some party rice as its taste seemed to taste different from the normal one my mum made at home, as I grew older, I wondered why this was so.
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