Curious about West African food and how to capture those vibrant flavours into your cooking? Join chef & cookery writer, Lerato Umah-Shaylor for her masterclass where you will learn to cook her modern recipes for famous West African dishes, and be inspired to make them your own.
Her cookery classes are fabulously fun and hands-on; inspired by Lerato's childhood on the continent and her love for vibrant African flavours, using the best of African and British produce from Waitrose.
Your menu for the day will include a variety of vegetables, pulses, nuts and seeds which you will use to cook a plant-based feast. This is a great class for everyone and not just vegans & vegetarians. All cooking utensils, aprons and ingredients will be provided. After cooking, you will enjoy your creations at a long table feast, with wine.
Canapes & Cocktails on Arrival
Smoked Jollof Rice or Quinoa (Choose your favourite to cook)
Learn Lerato's tips & tricks for maximum flavour and
perfectly cooked grains with this popular West African dish
Senegalese Yassa with Aubergines
A hit on the menu and at her supper clubs, you will learn to create this Senegalese dish with a balance of tangy, spicy and sweet flavours
Braised Kale With Peppers - Efo
A sumptuous stew with sweet peppers, scotch bonnets, greens and pumpkin seeds inspired by a Nigerian favourite that is quite the firecracker.
Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Spiced Peanut Butter
Lerato will show you how to make your own spiced peanut butter from scratch, for this delicious cauliflower bake.
You will enjoy Lerato's Gourmet Chocolate Brownies made for you with fair trade cocoa & chocolate
Please note that the menu is meat, dairy and gluten-free and may contain Nuts, Lupin, Sulphur Dioxide. Please Message Host with any special dietary requirements. Menu may be changed subject to availability. Guests will be notified.
Lerato Umah-Shaylor | Waitrose Cookery School | African | African Cookery Class | Masterclass | Cookery Course
Hello Eliana. We will be making both. You can choose what you will like to cook. I give the option as some people may be cutting out rice while others may want to to try another grain. Do you have a preference?