Yetunde Taiwo AKA The Afropolitan Chef is about to release her new African-Inspired cookbook just in time for the holiday season.
‘Love with Food: African-fusion meals made easy’ is a new colorful 100+ page book that boasts enjoyable African-inspired recipes that are quick, tasty and healthy. Recipes include Jollof Rice with baked Chicken, Sweet Potatoes and Pan Seared Talapia fish and a delicious take on popular Ijebu dish ikokore.
The book is available digitally and in hard copy format and will be available from November 22, 2014. In the meantime, customers can pre-order the hard-copy here or visit Amazon to order the digital version.
Spunky, colorful and full of life, The Afropolitan Chef, Yetunde Taiwo is set to awaken the culinary world with the spices, flavors and distinctive aromas of Africa, with unprecedented execution and an expressively refreshing culinary experience. Her believe in the power of food to bring people together will inspire experienced cooks and novices to enjoy cooking and inviting friends and family over to enjoy African-fusion dishes that are quick, tasty and healthy.
Her passion for food has made her a long time supporter of The World Food Programme and No Kid Hungry organizations. She has committed to giving 10 percent of her proceeds from the cookbook for the rest of her life to both organizations in support of their work in changing World and Child hunger.
The Afropolitan Chef Cookbook will be launched just in time for Thanksgiving 2014. You can now pre-order your copy for friends and family. Activate the power and love of food to bring people together.
Yetunde’s personality engages you through every page – from her writing, which is as fun and spicy as her food, to the mouth-watering photographs that were all taken by Yetunde herself. You feel the vibrancy, love and excitement for cooking tasty and healthy African inspired meals.
Recipes in the cookbook include:
• Jollof Rice with baked Chicken
• Spinach Sauce with Eba (made with cassava)
• Sweet Potatoes and Pan Seared Tilapia fish
• Wine seared steak with cous-cous
• Yam and Eggs with fried peppers
• Suya (Grilled steak with a spicy dry rub)
• Baked Salmon with pan seared peppers
• Creamy sweet potato soup
• Ikokore (Water yam porridge)
To learn more about the Afropolitan chef, visit Afropolitanchef.comSee Also: