Shinkafa Da Wake da Mai da yaji (meaning a combination of rice, beans, and chilli peppers) 


this is a local way of preparing rice and beans in the north, it will give you a beautiful light colour and is best enjoyed with fried oil, chilli peppers and little seasoning. 

Ingredients 

2cups of rice 

1 1/2 cup of beans 

Salt 

Chilli peppers (powdered and well seasoned) 

Vegetable oil fried with onion 

Procedure 

-Parboil rice wash drain and set aside 

-Now cook the beans with enough water. 

-When you are sure that the beans is 70% cooked and there is enough water left in the beans that will complete the cooking for both rice and beans, if not add more water to the pot of beans. 

-Pour in the parboiled rice into the pot of beans add little salt, stir and allow to cook till tender and soft. 

-The colour of the mixture will look dark because of the beans stock you used to finish the cooking. 

-Now serve with chilli peppers and oil. 

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2 thoughts on “Shinkafa Da Wake da Mai da yaji (meaning a combination of rice, beans, and chilli peppers) 

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