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Here’s How To Make The Most Of Your Jollof Cravings This Season ~Omonaijablog


‘Tis the season to eat Jollof! You get it? If you don’t get it, forget about it! You’ve not experienced a Nigerian festive season week if you haven’t had any Jollof. That said, it’s important to note that jollof rice is usually scarce in this season - at parties, in family homes or even restaurants. So, it’s vital to note just how to maximise your chances of satiating your Jollof cravings.

Here are five steps to help you make the most of your Jollof cravings:

1. Try out a new Jollof recipe:

If you’ve been a Nigerian all your life, eating jollof rice can start to feel like a mundane experience. There’s no better time than during the holidays when you have time on your hands to create a brand new ‘Jollof’ experience. The best way to make this happen is by trying out new recipes and styles of making your favourite rice staple.

2. Go scouting for Jollof rice:

This whole thing can be pretty fun, and you’ll probably have stories to tell for days. The easiest way is to ask different friends and family to share days they’ll be celebrating at the end of the year. Then you can make a whole tour out of visiting each person and eating premium party Jollof.

3. Watch Ghana Jollof:

If you are just tired of actually eating rice and it’s beginning to feel like it’s going to grow on your head, you can switch things up. You can enjoy the ‘Jollof’ experience on Showmax without even eating rice. Instead, you’ll enjoy premium entertainment and laughs for as low as N1,200 watching Basketmouth and his crew do ridiculous things in Ghana. It’s even sweeter because there’s a ton of human candies in the show like James Gardiner, Mawuli Gavor, Josely Dumas, Brihanna Kinte, and Sunshine Rosman.

4. Remember your favourite Jollof moments:

Asides from being an iconically delicious dish, Jollof also means enjoyment. As in a verb, ‘to jollof’, meaning ‘to enjoy’. The end of the year is the perfect time to go down memory lane and note your best and most ‘Jollof’ moments of the year. So you should take the time to reminisce about your favourite moments, count your blessings and thank God.

5. Rank the best Jollof you’ve had across different restaurants: 

You can bless all your friends with one Christmas gift - the gift of great content. You can do this by ranking the restaurants you had the best Jollof rice in throughout the year. Your friends will have received the gift of knowing where to spend their money and the places to avoid altogether. If they can’t appreciate that gift, punish them by not inviting them to turn up with you. Lol!

If all else fails, curl up with your favourite bowl of sweet party Jollof, a cup of wine and watch Special Jollof on Showmax. You’ll have at least caught ‘mad cruise’ for only N1,200. So what are you waiting for? Go and enjoy the best of Jollof this season!

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