Nigerian cooking show King’s Dorm is set to enter its second season on video platform YouTube.
The show explores the richness of Nigerian meals. Each episode is hosted by different chefs, who reveal the best Nigerian delicacies and the ingredients used to prepare the dishes.
In each episode, two families compete against each other in cooking challenges as they attempt to win a cash prize of 1m naira (US$2,400), a year’s supply of products from the show’s cooking oil brand sponsor Devon King’s, plus household items and other prizes.
Announcing the renewal via Instagram, Devon King’s said: “Season 2 is here and it’s bigger, better, and more exciting. Season 1 showed us amazing new ways to recreate our favourite Nigerian dishes and enjoy them.
“In this season, your family gets to be part of the excitement as you contest against other families to emerge as the ultimate King’s Dorm Family and win a cash prize of one million naira and lots of great prizes. Get your family ready to showcase your cooking skills and the strong bond that exists between you!”
The host for season two of King’s Dorm is actress Toyin Abraham and the celebrity judge is chef Miyonse Amosu. The show is available on Devon King’s YouTube Channel, and the registration date for participants has yet to be announced.
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