Jamie Oliver cooked Jollof Rice and the West African internet community reacted in a way that shocked the world. For those who do not know; Jollof is a religion, it's a dish so sacred it should have a national holiday.I am a proud devotee of Jollofnation, so much so that I take offense when people try to tell me I eat too much Jollof. It is not surprising that everyone expected me to have a similar reaction to that of the thousands of people talking about this issue, I am sorry to disappoint everyone but I am of a different viewpoint and here is why:
The recipe was inspired by Sunday morning pancake runs in my house. It’s classic Akara without all the oil that comes with deep frying, the taste is amazingly the same as the deep fried version.