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You can as well call that pot up there a pot of heaven because the taste of that rice is simply off the hook. Here is how I made it:


Boiled parboiled rice- that’s 2 1/2 cups of parboiled rice boiled with 2 small chicken stock cubes (or one large one) and 2 teaspoons of curry powder.

2 cups of mixed vegetables- red cabbage, green beans, carrots, bell peppers, green onions, sweet corn and peas

A medium sized onion

3/4 cup vegetable oil

7 cloves of garlic

1 stalk celery

2 stems of parsely

1 pound (about half kg) of boiled beef liver

Salt to taste

For the method, watch the video below…

Please let me know your thoughts… Leave a comment so I can do a happy dance.

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  1. I tried this out and it was just amazing. I’ve always been preparx different things thinking it’s fried rice Bt I learnt it today. keep up d work

  2. My family went gaga with this and I just can’t help but make some for them to school, as a result their proprietress asked me to make some for their school party,see chopping, big man chop like small pikin,small pikin chop like big man. Thanks so much PRECIOUS

  3. Hello Precious! I just used your exact recipe to make my fried rice for this Christmas and it was amazing. When i watched the video on youtube and saw the ingredients and method, i told my self that i had to make this a meal in my home on Christmas day. It looked just like yours. How i wish it was possible for me to upload the picture for u to see it…Lol! Thanks a lot Precious and Merry Christmas.

    1. Clotilde, doing a happy dance right now!!
      Thanks so much for coming back to let me know.
      Arrrgh! Please tag me in the photo on Instagram @preciouscore or you could paste it on our Facebook page : Precious Core.

  4. Dear God bless u i have learnt more than enough from this how can i be having more of the recipe for different foods

    1. Hi Rebecca, you are welcome dear. Sorry for the late reply. You can subscribe to the blog by entering your email in the subscription box in the right column of the blog. That way, you get notified by email each time I post a new recipe. I share new recipes every week. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel:

  5. i just loved it, and of course am going to make some now. good job girl… now, i can occupy my self with something relevant!!!!

  6. Onward March my dear.
    I always fry my rice and let it cook under slow heat as I gradually add ingredients. I just learnt something today. Love the African look too. Keep pressing forward.