(Video) Hilda Baci Shares Secret On How To Make Millions Of Naira As A Chef 
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Renowned Nigerian chef Hilda Baci has taken the internet by storm with a captivating TikTok video in which she unveils secrets on how to earn N4 million per month as a chef.

In the viral TikTok video, Chef Hilda Baci emphasizes the importance of having a clear vision and a well-thought-out action plan to achieve culinary success.

One of the central pieces of advice Baci offers is the need for chefs to define their goals and objectives.

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Know what you want to accomplish,” she said.

Additionally, Chef Baci reveals a potentially lucrative revenue stream for chefs: teaching and sharing knowledge.

She passionately encourages culinary enthusiasts to impart their expertise in cooking techniques and methods to others. This, she affirms, can become a significant source of income, potentially bringing in millions of Naira.

A particularly eye-catching revelation from the celebrity chef is the earning potential for chefs running catering services.

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According to Hilda, such ventures can yield an astonishing N4 million monthly income.

See the video below;

In other news, Hilda Effiong Bassey, better known as Hilda Baci, the celebrated Nigerian Chef, has finally addressed attempts made by other chefs to surpass her Guinness world record.Baci is a popular restaurateur who made history by breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon (individual) in May 2023.

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She cooked for 93 hours and 11 minutes, surpassing the previous record of 87 hours and 45 minutes set by Indian chef Lata Tondon in 2019.

Hilda Baci’s remarkable achievement of cooking for over 93 hours has served as inspiration for Nigerian Chefs like Dammy, Deo, and other chefs from regions in Africa, motivating them to undertake their own attempts at breaking the record.