Join Lilian for an introduction to Nigerian cooking. Since moving to Seattle six years ago, Lilian has dedicated her time to sharing the flavors of Nigeria and West Africa with food-lovers everywhere through her food company, Naija Buka. In this class, she’ll craft two dishes whose smoky, spicy flavors are already favorites at local farmers markets: Coconut Jollof Rice and Spicy Pork Stew, served with Sautéed Kale with peppers and onions.
With meat; no dairy, eggs or gluten.
About the instructor:
Growing up in Nigeria, Lilian spent her holidays learning how to cook traditional, labor-intensive meals with her grandma. When she moved to Seattle six years ago, Lilian realized that people had no idea what Nigerian food was, so she started creating her own products to share the flavors of Nigerian cooking with more people. Naija Buka’s mission is to introduce authentic African-Nigerian cuisine to the world, with a focus on simplicity and convenience. For Lilian, Naija Buka is not just a business — it’s her way of preserving and sharing her food heritage.
This is a demonstration class offered live via the Zoom app. You will receive an email with recipes and class details five days in advance. All key elements will be shown in class; however, instructors may complete time-consuming steps in advance. After class, we will share a recorded version. Online classes are nonrefundable.
Tuesday, October 27, 12:00 - 1:00 pmRegister for class