Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ”White Rice and Stew”

Nigerian White Rice and Stew is one of the most  popular Nigerian Food. Rice recipe is common because it can be eaten with any stew or sauce of your choice. In our food section today, we will be sharing with you all three different stew for rice as prepared by members of Igboist. For more about Igboist Kitchen Contest Click here.

This edition has 44 submissions and 12 made it to the last segment. we all be sharing four diffident recipe and top eight winners.

This addition of Igboist kitchen was PROUDLY SPONSORED BY Darlington Flowrymz Ibekwe . and organized by Mmasinachi Jenny Emoka‎.

Chinwendu Ann White rice and Ofe akwu.
Ingredients:
Palm fruit
Meat
Fresh fish
Stock fish
Crayfish
Onions
Fresh pepper
Stock cube
Ehulu
Okpei
Dried ginger and garlic
Cent leave
Ugu
Salt to taste.
Method:
Cook your palm fruit till tender, wash and set aside.
Wash and cut your cent leave, ugu and onions.
Pound your ehulu, okpei dried ginger and garlic together.
Pound fresh pepper and crayfish together.
Cooking direction:
Parboil your white rice, wash and cook till tender
Put your palm fruit extract on your cooking gas, cook till it thicken to a consistency you like for your stew.
Add your cooked meat and stock.
Add your pounded crayfish and pepper.
Add your pounded ehulu, okpei, dried ginger and garlic leave to boil very well.
Add your cent leave and ugu, leave to simmer for 2 minutes.
Your banger stew is ready
Serve with white rice.

Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
Chinwendu Ann White rice and Ofe akwu.

Nkiru Nwobu Ekwunife Veggie Rice and Chicken Coconut Curry Sauce

Incase ure thinking of what to prepared for your loved ones tomorrow while not try out our gizzard and kidney sauce ?

Ingredients:
Washed and Cut Chicken in desirable size
Slice, washed and chopped beef also in desirable size though optional
Carrot
Green sweet pepper
Garlic (I used the powdered one)
Ginger (I made used of the powdered one)
Corn flour optional though I made used of Irish potato
Bouillon Cubes
Salt to taste
Curry
Thyme
Vegetable oil
Onions
Water
Spices
Coconut, break from shell using knife, slice and blend with water and extract the milk
Suya pepper ie (Optional which I used to marinate chicken and chopped beef

Procedures:
Cut chicken and beef in desirable size and washed, season with garlic, ginger, suya pepper, cubes etc and marinate for some minutes, hours or overnight. Boiled marinated meat and allow to cooked for some minuted and set aside. Heat up your vegetable oil ie in a little quantity and pour in your washed slice vegetables which include carrots, sweet pepper, peas, beans and slice onions and stir fry using thyme, curry and bouillon cubes. Remove your veggies from the cooker, set aside and return your pot of meat to the cooker and still allow to cook to your satisfaction, pour in your extracted coconut milk, curry, bouillon cubes and salt to taste. check and correct seasoning if need be, add your grinded cooked Irish potato to your sauce for thickener or mixed your corn flour with water to make a paste and add to the sauce. Stir well, taste to check if the taste is to your satisfaction, allow to cook for some minute so as to thicken. Add your stir fry veggies, stir and allow to cook for some minute and bring down immediately. You can serve with white rice, boiled yam etc

Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
Nkiru Nwobu Ekwunife Veggie Rice and Chicken Coconut Curry Sauce

Nneka B. Obika WHITE RICE AND SAUCE

INGREDIENTS
RICE
CHICKEN
VEGETABLE OIL
CURRY
BENNY CHICKEN FLAVOR
KNORR CUBE
CABBAGE
CARROT
GREEN PEPPER
ONIONS
GREEN BEANS
OYSTER SAUCE
WHITE PEPPER
GINGER
GARLIC
CORN FLOUR FOR THICKENING

PREPARATIONS
WASH AND PARBOIL YOUR RICE
STEAM YOUR CHICKEN WITH CURRY, THYME, BENNY CHICKEN SPICE, ONIONS AND SET ASIDE
CUT YOUR CARROT, CABBAGE, GREEN PEPPER AND GREEN BEANS
PUT YOUR FRY PAN ON THE FIRE AND FRY YOUR VEGETABLES FOR SOME MINUTES, ADD YOUR CHICKEN STOCK AND DONT ALLOW IT TO OVERDONE AND THICKEN IT WITH CORN FLOUR

Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
Nneka B. Obika WHITE RICE AND SAUCE

Stella Emejuo Recipe for the white rice: rice, water and salt

Recipe for tomatoes stew: fresh tomatoes, fresh shonbo, fresh pepper, onions, vegetable oil, salt, nor Maggie, ginger,Notmeggi, goat meat and water.
METHOD for rice:
Put a measured pot of water on the fire, wash the raw rice with normal water then put it in the pot of water for parboiling. Leave it to boil for about 10 minutes, bring it down and turn it into a sieve then u place another measured pot of water on the fire. Wash the rice and turn it into the pot, add a measured salt then allow to get cooked.

METHOD for stew:
Wash your shonbo, tomatoes, pepper and onions and blend all together.
Boil the blended recipe to dry water.when the water has dried,
Place a pot on the fire and add a measured quantity of vegetable oil.
Add salt to the oil and slice two onions And add to it. Add the dried recipe and fry ; while frying, add Maggie and notmeggi. Allow to dry. Parboile the meat and add to the sause. Allow to boil. Thank you.

Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
Stella Emejuo

Below are the Top Eight winners and their dishes.

Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
1ST POSITION: Cassandra Chisom Cherry
Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
2ND POSITION: Chinwendu Ann
Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
3rd.. Joy Nwaeze Osuoha
Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
4th.. Nneka B. Obika
Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
5th.. Nkiru Nwobu Ekwunife
Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
6th.. Ann Sly Osigwe
Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
7th.. Nenye Nwa Ada Nnewi
Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ''White Rice and Stew''
8th.. Emeanu Ijeoma Jennifer

25 thoughts on “Igboist Kitchen, Sunday Edition. ”White Rice and Stew”

  • February 19, 2018 at 5:21 pm
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    Anything with coconut or cherry and I am in! I love the combination of a heart meat stew and rice.
    Pretty classic.

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  • February 20, 2018 at 12:06 am
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    These look to be dishes that Amerocoukd reproduce. I would love to try them. It would be fun cooking it with a spouse or date.

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  • February 20, 2018 at 12:21 pm
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    Oh wow this all looks delicious! It also looks to be bursting with flavour too! I love this style of food.

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  • February 20, 2018 at 12:26 pm
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    I love trying white rice and stew , we try to have it once a week. This combination looks really tempting!

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  • February 20, 2018 at 2:06 pm
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    Thanks so much for sharing! I love seeing food and dishes from different parts of the world!

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  • February 20, 2018 at 5:23 pm
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    This looks lovely. My mom makes something like this at home and we love to eat it.

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  • February 21, 2018 at 11:40 am
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    In my family, everyone loves to eat rice with chicken stew. It is one of those dishes that brings everyone to the table. These look delicious…I think I am going to give one of these a try this Sunday. 🙂

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  • February 21, 2018 at 6:43 pm
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    Oh this sounds and looks delicious! I’m going to add it to my list and attempt to make it in my slow cooker. My and my other half are big rice lovers, i’ll Let you know how it turns out

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  • February 21, 2018 at 7:25 pm
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    Wow…I just love shrimps. I was wondering what new I can try. You have given me a perfect weekend recipe.

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  • February 21, 2018 at 8:24 pm
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    Oh my – here in England we do stew with boiled or mashed potatoes. But these dishes look absolutely delicious, I’ll have to give some a try!

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  • February 21, 2018 at 9:35 pm
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    Those dishes all look amazing. I love a good stew with rice and these are all different kinds I would love. Very yummy.

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  • February 21, 2018 at 9:38 pm
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    These all look so delicious, that I’m having a hard time picking which one I’d be most interested in trying… I think the 1st position and 4th position dishes catch my eye the most!

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  • February 22, 2018 at 9:19 am
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    Soo tempting! It looks good to see a variety of cuisines from the different part of the world.

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  • February 22, 2018 at 9:51 pm
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    Everything here looks delicious. You have given me an idea what to cook tomorrow for dinner.

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  • February 22, 2018 at 11:44 pm
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    As a fellow igbo person, I looooovvvveee these dishes! You’ve given me some new ideas. Thank you!

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  • April 2, 2018 at 7:04 pm
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    These plates look delicious! My husband would really like to taste them for sure!

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  • April 3, 2018 at 12:12 am
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    I love stew with rice and all these are great options to cook and relish. Coconut I feel, adds that specific flavour to the dishes and it tastes great.

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  • April 3, 2018 at 4:41 am
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    I’m an Indian and rice is my staple. But your recipe definitely is something I have not come across. It surely deserves a weekend workout. Now I know what I will do this weekend.

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  • April 3, 2018 at 8:25 am
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    Oh goodness!I can just listen to my stomach rumble at the sight of this delicious recipe. White rice and stew is also a common food here in Kenya, and why I even love it more is because it has coconut!

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  • April 3, 2018 at 1:12 pm
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    You can not beat white rice with stew. Helps soak up all that Delicious gravy.

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  • April 4, 2018 at 7:27 am
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    All the dishes looked super delicious . And I personally love rice dishes . Having seen different combination of it I’m already hungry now 😀

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