Amazing African Chefs On YouTube

There is just so much to learn about African dishes and the different varieties. One thing that is unique to every African tribe is their way of cooking. Learning to cook African recipes may be a little tasking. However, with the right guidance, you will perfect the art of cooking African dishes in no time.

I went scouting for African cooking channels. They are just so many of them where you can learn different African menu all for free. Below are some of the sites I found. I am sure you will learn a thing or two from these sites.

Learn African Cooking The Easy Way

Trust Abi’s Cooking is a Canadian based YouTube cooking channel where you can learn how to cook Assorted African dishes. Abi’s kitchen has over a million followers and hundreds of recipes you can learn to cook. There is a variety of African dishes you can learn from this channel. What is even more? She has select recipes for different festive seasons. So, if you’re looking for a recipe you can enjoy with the family, you can follow Abi’s cooking here.

From simple snacks and cakes to assorted dishes, Queenvarieties is a YouTube channel by Queen Uriel that focuses on cooking mainly healthy Nigerian vegan recipes. Therefore, if you are a vegan with a knack for the Nigerian version of vegan recipes, Queenvarieties Channel is the site for you. If you are not a vegan, there is no need to worry. There is also something for you at Queenvarieties Channel. Queenvarieties also teaches how to make your favorite snacks, cakes, and bread at home without an oven. Uriel believes that variety is the spice of life, and I agree with her. You can follow Queenvarieties on YouTube to learn more about African recipes.

Flo Chinyere is one YouTube channel I find very useful for many reasons. Beyond her delicious Nigerian recipes, Flo Chinyere also teaches about investments and also touches on some aspects of the Nigerian culture of her people. So, when you sign up for this YouTube channel, it’s a plus to you. She also has a whole series where she teaches how to make tasty meals with only five ingredients. Her recipes include the smoky Nigerian party Jollof rice, the tasty Abacha, fried rice, and the Egusi soup. Flo Chinyere is much more than a food channel. It has a lot to teach in terms of the Nigerian ways of doing things. You can follow the YouTube Channel here to see for yourself. 

Let’s move our attention a bit down south to this YouTube channel with a knack for South African recipes. From rock buns cakes to butter cakes, you can also learn to make ice creams and buttermilk fried chicken. You can visit this YouTube Channel by clicking here.

Zeelicious Foods is a Nigerian based YouTube channel by Winifred Emmanuel, who is very popular for her culinary skills. There are just so many recipes to learn from this site. She has the perfect recipe for every occasion and different classes of people. Whether you’re a vegan or not, Zeelicious Foods has something for you. There are hundreds of recipes to learn from her, and you can start by visiting the YouTube channel when you click here.

Let us know how these channels have helped you improve your cooking skills. Are there other channels you wish to recommend to us on more African recipes? Drop your suggestions in the comment section, and if you want more great YouTube channels by Black creators, take a look in the YouTube section of our Blacklist.

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