Mastering 8 Foundational Nigerian Dishes with Tspices Kitchen

Jan 8, 20249 weeks

This course guides you through eight essential Nigerian dishes, unveiling her expert techniques and insider secrets. More than a recipe guide, it covers the significance of each ingredient, offers substitution suggestions, and presents tips for aesthetic meal presentation. Designed for beginners and those reconnecting with their Nigerian cooking roots, Tosin's course is a comprehensive culinary adventure into Nigerian cuisine.

  • Week 1

    Jan 8, 2024 - Jan 14, 2024Nigerian Smokey Party Jollof Rice

    Nigerian Jollof Rice needs no introduction. It is a popular and classic rice dish made using rice, tomatoes, peppers, and spices. It’s versatile and the highlight dish of every Nigerian party and restaurant. Bursting with exotic flavor and aroma, Nigerian Jollof Rice will thrill your taste bud!

  • Week 2

    Jan 15, 2024 - Jan 21, 2024Nigerian Fried Rice

    Nigerian Fried Rice is made with meats, mixed veggies (carrots, peas, sweet corn, green beans), and spices. Like Jollof Rice, it is a common meal at parties. What makes this recipe authentic is the use of liver as the protein of choice.

  • Week 3

    Jan 22, 2024 - Jan 28, 2024Nigerian Puff Puff

    Nigerian Puff Puff is a common and popular snack perfect for gatherings, parties, and other special occasions. It is a yeast dough shaped into balls and deep-fried until golden brown. Made with low-cost and easy-to-find ingredients, Nigerian Puff Puff will soon be your favorite anytime.

  • Week 4

    Jan 29, 2024 - Feb 4, 2024Nigerian Chicken Stew

    Nigerian Chicken Stew is an appetizing and delicious made with chicken parts, fresh tomatoes, peppers, and seasoning. It is so versatile and can be paired with different other dishes. If you're looking for a rich, aromatic, and hearty West African stew recipe, this will wow and impress everyone.

  • Week 5

    Feb 5, 2024 - Feb 11, 2024Authentic Ofada Sauce

    Ofada Sauce is a local, delectable, rich, spicy pepper sauce made with assorted peppers, palm oil, and protein. The taste is unique and addictive. Aside from being one of the easiest Nigerian sauces, it is authentic and easy to customize.

  • Week 6

    Feb 12, 2024 - Feb 18, 2024Nigerian Egusi Soup

    Nigerian Egusi Soup is a traditional and one of the most popular soups prepared by most tribes in Nigeria. It's a one-pot soup that combines blended melon seeds, pepper, assorted proteins, and vegetables. Extremely rich in taste and color, Nigerian Egusi Soup is excellent for everyone who loves good food or likes to try something different.

  • Week 7

    Feb 19, 2024 - Feb 25, 2024Nigerian Zobo Drink

    Nigerian Zobo Drink is a familiar drink from dried roselle or sorrel plant flowers. Brightly red, the Zobo Drink is refreshing and has many health benefits; no wonder it is loved by all and regarded as the best, most available, affordable, and tasty Nigerian drink at any time meal.

  • Week 8

    Feb 26, 2024 - Mar 3, 2024Nigerian Vegetable Soup (Efo-riro)

    Nigerian Vegetable Soup (Efo-riro) is a flavorful stew of silky amaranth leaves and tender cubes of beef, seasoned with ground crayfish.

Who is this course for

  • 1

    Nigerians wanting to master Nigerian cuisine

  • 2

    Any home cooks wanting to add Nigerian cuisine to their repertoire

  • 3

    Advanced cooks curious about Nigerian meals

What you’ll get out of this course

  • Detailed. recipes on eight popular meals

  • Step by step video intructions

  • Individualized feedback from Tspices Kitchen

  • Food Presentation Skill

  • Practical kitchen tips, secrets, and hacks

  • Relatable and easy-to-access ingredients guide

Who is your coach

Tosin is the dynamic force behind TSpices Kitchen, a platform showcasing Nigerian cuisine. Hailing from Abuja, she’s transformed her passion for food into a thriving career. Known for her unique twists on traditional recipes, she shares her culinary journey through captivating visuals and easy-to-follow guides. Tosin is dedicated to making Nigerian cooking accessible and runs a course teaching foundational Nigerian dishes, reflecting her commitment to her craft and her community.

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Jan 8, 2024 - Mar 8, 2024
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