Jollof rice is a common staple dish loved by many different cultures in Western and Sub-Saharan Africa. It is most commonly considered a Nigerian or Ghanaian recipe, but is also common in Mali, Senegal, Gambia, Liberia, and many other countries in the region. One thing about Smake is that she knows how to use social media to her own advantage. A day doesn't end without posting or tweeting something, either clothes or buniness. This time, she decided to share the meal she had bought for lunch. I thought this was a bad idea since I know the rice is very spicy, but she's willing to take this risk. Sometimes it's very important to taste food from other countries. If you get the opportunity to go there, you will have an idea of what to expect. She revealed that this meal was prepared by a Nigerian. Share your thoughts on this matter.
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