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Hibiscus: Discover Fresh Flavours from West Africa with the Observer Rising Star of Food by Lopè Ariyo

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  • Sticky pineapple cod

    • NikkiPixie on January 05, 2018

      The sauce is truly delicious, but completely overwhelmed the delicate flavour of the cod. Certainly will make the sauce again, but next time with a nice pork chop!

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  • ISBN 10 0008225389
  • ISBN 13 9780008225384
  • Published Jun 01 2017
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

Publishers Text

Lopè Ariyo is the rising star of African cooking and Hibiscus, her first book, is packed with delicious dishes. An energetic and supremely talented cook, Lopè creates fresh, fuss-free meals that are full of flavour. With chapters including Fruits, Vegetables & Tubers; Grains & Pulses; Meat & Poultry and Baking & Desserts, there’s something for every occasion and for everyone.

Nigerian-inspired flavours and cooking methods can transform everyday dishes into something spectacular. Whether it’s experimenting with new ingredients (Hibiscus Chicken), reimagining old favourites (Grapefruit and Guava Cheesecake; Baked Kuli Kuli Cod with Cayenne Yam Chips; Lagos Mess), exploring different techniques (Cheat’s Ogi, Chin Chin) or finding alternatives to everyday staples (Plantain Mash with Ginger, Corn and Okra Gravy; Nigerian Roast Veg), Lopè will help you discover all that modern Nigerian food has to offer.