The team behind Sydney’s only Nigerian restaurant will share their tips and secrets in this hands-on workshop.
Learn how to cook Nigerian cuisine at this workshop run by the team behind Little Lagos. You’ll be cooking a dish called Asaro, also known as yam porridge, which is a common dish in Nigeria. This class is part of a series that highlights well-known Nigerian recipes and teaches participants what ingredients and cooking techniques to use when preparing them.
You’ll also learn about Nigerian history and culture, get a taste of African music and a complimentary wine to enjoy once you’ve cooked your meal. The class is perfect for beginners, and ingredients and utensils are supplied. Bring your own apron or clothes you won’t mind getting messy. Hosting the class is Adebukola Oni, a chef and Nigerian native originally from the Yoruba tribe, who come from western Nigeria.
Tickets and more information here.
The next Nigerian cooking class is on Thursday, June 24 from 6pm to 8pm at Workit Spaces, 13-21 Mandible Street, Unit B1, Alexandria. There will be multiple workshops over the next couple of months – you can view more dates here.
Photography: Kimberley Low