Riz Djon Djon refers to food from Haiti which is generally served with roasted chicken or pork. Riz Djon Djon is made by cooking rice in the left over liquid after cooking the stems of Djon Djon which is a variety of small black mushroom indigenous to Northern Haiti. The mushroom (Djon Djon) are inedible and only the left over liquid after boiling their stems are used in cooking Riz Djon Djon.

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