With a spicy flavor and a delicious taste, jollof rice, sometimes called Benachin, is an appetizing dish of likely gambesi and Senegalese origins and is now widespread throughout West Africa, in particular, is widespread and popular in Nigeria and Ghana . Looking inviting, the dish is based principalemnte basmati rice, tomatoes, tomato sauce, onions, salt and red pepper which sometimes can be added various spices (like nutmeg, ginger and cumin), vegetables and almost any type of meat and fish. The initial preparation of the dish requires the use of coconut oil that is used for frying chopped onions, tomatoes when you add a pinch of ground pepper (or other spices) and the user is not added the broth. The whole is then mixed with the rice during cooking absorbs all the liquid and, because of the mixture acquires an attractive reddish color. The dish, usually served with fried bananas and salad, and sometimes, the basic ingredients can be substituted with garlic, peas, thyme, nutmeg African or even curry powder.