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Become A Talented Chef 5 ways the Internet can teach you how to cook

Whether you are cooking for one or several, these 5 YouTube channels will boost your confidence level in the kitchen.

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If you enjoy exploring and eating all kinds of delicacies but the problem is how to cook them, especially the difficult recipes. Well, you just got lucky, these five YouTube channels will teach you how to become a good cook, whether you are cooking for just yourself or for all.

1. All Nigerian Recipe

Let’s start from home, Naija. On AllNigerianRecipes, hosted by Flo you’d get a host of instructional videos that will turn you into a master chef. This channel offers you Nigerian meals with traditional ingredients cooked the proper way.


2. Afro food TV

Learning how to cook a dish from over 54 countries in Africa can be exciting. AfroFoodTV with Yeti Ezeanii offers some of the most exciting food recipes across the different countries and regions of Africa. Ezeanii loads a new video every Friday.

3. Food wishes

Learn how to cook from Chef John on Foodwishes. Although, you rarely see him in the video, except for his hands stirring, throwing, picking ingredients, as he gives a step by step guide on cooking. His instructional videos will help build confidence slowly.

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4. My Virgin Kitchen

This inspiring YouTube channel with Barry Lewis, a self-taught cook who couldn't do much with food about five years ago, has over a million followers on his YouTube show. Barry Lewis was inspired by British Celebrity Chef, Jamie Oliver.

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Chicken cakes ( allrecipes.com)


5. Asian cooking made easy

If you've been wondering how to get the Chinese flavour in your kitchen? Your search is over. Lila is here to help. Her channel, Asiancookingmadeasy gives easy to follow instructions on how to cook several nutritious and great tasting recipes from Asian countries like China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam...in no time.

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