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Dooney’s Native Nigerian Fried Rice

Dooney’s Native Nigerian Fried Rice

Direct them to Dooney’sKitchen. I love, love, love native jollofrice (iwuk edesi). There issomething about palm oil, crayfish, smokedfish and rice that justworks
Iwuk Edesi – native Jollof rice

Iwuk Edesi – native Jollof rice

Dooney’sKitchen Tip. My face lit up when I saw Palm oil rice on the list, becauseso far, most of my riceorders have been Jollof and Fried Rice
5 Must Try Jollof Rice Recipes

5 Must Try Jollof Rice Recipes

I’m not going to lie, I improved my party jollof game because of Dooney’sKitchen. Dooney’sKitchen. But with her detailed explanations, I became a pro party jollof maker – thanksDooney
Buka Fusion Jollof and the Nigerian Rice bowl

Buka Fusion Jollof and the Nigerian Rice bowl

You know we Nigerians love our Jollofrice, so much so we’ve picked fights with Ghanaians over it. What you love about Buka stew, the aroma, the flavour, the taste, combined with everything Jollof
Dooney’s Dodorishi: orish-dodo

Dooney’s Dodorishi: orish-dodo

This morning, I postedpictures on Instagram (follow @dooneyskitchen) and on Facebook (Like Dooney’sKitchen on facebook) asking for what to name thisdish

Dooney’s Live Instagram Christmas Special -

You can join in the cooking virtually on Instagram (remember to follow @dooneyskitchen) because I am going to be postingpictures of everything, from the prepping to the cooking to the finished product
Jollof Arancini – an evening at the Waitrose Cookery School

Jollof Arancini – an evening at the Waitrose Cookery School

All these major brands know about Dooney’sKitchen. Heat up enough oil to deep fry on low to medium heat, so that by the time the balls are ready, the oil will be hot enough Get three bowls and place on your kitchen counter to form a work station of sorts
Edesi Isip – Efik Coconut Rice

Edesi Isip – Efik Coconut Rice

Lol Dooney'sKitchenTips If you are afraid that the rice will be soggy, if the grains have almost cooked through and adding more liquid may turn out disastrous, back to the Chef's advice, use Coconut Cream instead
Abak Etighi – the kitchen sink Okro Soup

Abak Etighi – the kitchen sink Okro Soup

Try this recipe out and don’t forget to leave feedback either by dropping a comment, or using the hashtag #AbakEtighi and tagging @dooneyskitchen on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram
Lemon and Garlic Chicken Curry

Lemon and Garlic Chicken Curry

When you have the time, wander down to @dooneyskitchen. Thanks to watching My KitchenRules and Master Chef a lot thesedays, I have been even more adventurous with cooking
Carrot & Spinach Bulgar Wheat

Carrot & Spinach Bulgar Wheat

Finished off with chopsticks, thisis dinner from Dooney’sKitchen the Express Way. That girl throws it down in the kitchen
Introducing Zurielle’s Pot

Introducing Zurielle’s Pot

We also offer lunch packs of Ofada Rice & Sauce, Ewa Agonyin &Plantain with fish, white/yellow Garri & Ogbono, plus Local Jollofrice & Smoked Chicken all at an unbelievable and pocket friendly price
Miyan Taushe and Tuwo Shinkafa

Miyan Taushe and Tuwo Shinkafa

a gbegiri), Dafaduka (jollofrice), Kosai, (bean fritters a. Kunun and Fura drinks are also common and there isRiceMasa which many may be familiar with
Seafood Paella

Seafood Paella

Today Dooney’sKitchenis journeying to Spain, bringing you one of their mostfamousexports, Paella
Nigerian Devilled Eggs

Nigerian Devilled Eggs

Being inspired by Sarah and Remmy Tee, I told Feyi that I was going to be trying Devilled Eggs for breakfast, especiallyasSarah’sversion looked from afar like Jollofrice with fried meat
Aunt Bukky’s Beef and vegetable fiesta

Aunt Bukky’s Beef and vegetable fiesta

Dooney’sKitchen Tip. Dooney. Thisis a beautiful dish to make with leftover fried riceingredients, or if you are close to the end of your weekly or monthly shop and you have leftover bits of veggies, lying around in the fridge or on your kitchen cart

Walkers Market Deli launch event

As the picture shows, the event washosted by Market Deli at Natural Kitchen in Central London. I remember telling a fellow food blogger that Jollofrice and The Nigerian Red stewis made from all the ingredients on that table