Tiebou dieune

$30.00

Among the rice dishes prepared in Senegal, a country situated in West Africa, the most popular is Thiebou dieune (pronounced “chebu jen”), which is a richly flavored combination of fresh fish, rice, and vegetables. Thieb, in local Wolof language, means rice, while dieune means fish

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Among the rice dishes prepared in Senegal, a country situated in West Africa, the most popular is Thiebou dieune (pronounced “chebu jen”), which is a richly flavored combination of fresh fish, rice, and vegetables. Thieb, in local Wolof language, means rice, while dieune means fish

This dish requires 30–40 minutes of preparation and about an hour and a half of cooking time.

For this recipe, a wide variety of vegetables and fish can be used, making Thiebou dieune a versatile and healthy dish. Broken rice is preferred because it seems to better absorb the sauce and is more pleasing to the taste than long-grain rice.

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