Okpehie rice with fish and plantains. This Video will show you how to prepare fry fish with rice and fry plantain. This looks great and is very delicious. My recipe for how to cook okra stew with smoked fish to serve with boiled yam or boiled unripe plantain.
On the menu I have: Puerto Rican Food! Stewed fish, rice & peas, with plantains!!! Which kind of rice would you like in the recipe? You can have Okpehie rice with fish and plantains using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Okpehie rice with fish and plantains
- Prepare 1 of milk cup of beans and 2 cups of Rice.
- You need of Plantains.
- Prepare of Palm and G.nut oil.
- Prepare of Fish.
- Prepare of Okpehie.
- You need of Onion, pepper, crayfish, salt and seasoning.
Jollof rice is found throughout West Africa and is thought to be the origin of the Cajun dish, jambalaya. Serve with fried plantains and a crisp green salad. Season to taste with salt and freshly ground black pepper and serve the joffol with fried plantains and a crisp green salad. Garnished coconut rice served with fried plantains, peppered fish, turkey and boiled eggs.
Okpehie rice with fish and plantains instructions
- Select the beans and set on d burner, when it's half done you add the rice and per-boil it then set aside..
- Put a clean pot on fire pour the Palm oil add onion, pepper, okpehie and crayfish stir it and add water then your fish, salt and seasoning cubes to taste, leave to cook for 5 minutes then pour in the per-boiled rice and beans and add enough water that can cook it till done..
- Peel the plantains, Set a clean pan on low heat and pour in g.nut oil add a little onion then you pour in d plantains and adjust the heat..
Coconut rice comes next to jollof rice and fried rice in Ingredients: Coconut, rice, tomatoes, chicken, boiled eggs, sausage, vegetables, onions, stock cubes, seasoning, cooking oil, salt, pepper, plantain, fish. Using plantains instead of regular rice gives this fried rice dish natural sweet flavor. Before the concert festivities began, I made a fun and flavorful plantain fried rice. I loved the sweet and slightly tangy flavors that the plantains added to the dish. A plantain at its peak of ripeness has exchanged all of its starch for natural sugars; frying it at this stage of full ripeness brings all the sugar to the surface, hence the brownness of fried ripe plantains and the wonderful taste notes from the caramelization.