Cook Jollof rice and Kelewe with Chef Afia

28 Ratings
  • 1.5 hr

Itinerary Details

Cook Jollof rice and Kelewe with Chef Afia

Learn how to make Chef Afia's signature Jollof rice and Kewele. Get all the tips and tricks to creating this dish in the comfort of your home!

What to expect:

• Afia will demonstrate the process step by step and will share personalized cooking tips
• Recipes can be adapted to special diets
• Chef Afia is Ghanaian, Burkinabe and Egyptian!

What you need to know:

• This online experience is perfect for groups of friends, families, team-building events and end of year office parties
• The class will be live streamed at 11:30AM (CEST), 2:30PM (PST) & 5:30PM (EST)
• All ingredients, kitchen tools and pre-class prep are mentioned in the section below
• This class will be conducted via Zoom and the link will be shared with you after booking
• Pricing per person

About the host: Afia has hosted countless guests in her cooking classes and events. Now she is sharing a taste of traditional African cuisine through virtual interactive cooking experiences. Her classes a great for all levels, including total beginners in the kitchen, families, and even advanced cooks who just want to learn how to cook another cuisine.  

Eatwith is the world's largest online marketplace for unique culinary experiences with locals. Savor local food and enjoy intimate supper clubs, hands-on cooking classes and bespoke private dining events in beautiful homes and exclusive venues with your loved ones.

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