Confit Duck Legs – The French classic that’s not so difficult to make as you might think!
As the saying goes, ‘good things come with time’ just like this pork crackling roast. If you love it, you’ll know it’s worth the wait!
If you like mac and cheese but don’t need the pasta, try this cabbage pie which is a healthier alternative with all the same goodness!
Try this strange but incredibly tasty combo with this recipe for curry noodle salad, a great accompaniment to any braai!
This is not your everyday kind of cake or dessert, though it should be in your top 10 for being full of flavour and rum!
We’ve been looking at some well-known South African dishes this week and this is yet another one of them that are an absolute must try!
Green beans and broccoli can almost always be found in my fridge at home as these are my son’s favourite veggies.
This week’s recipe is perfect for any day. Show your other half how much you care by preparing this sinfully decadent chocolate dessert
Ready in just thirty minutes, this tomato and mushroom Dhal is the ideal protein packed dinner for any day of the week.
Try the peanut butter and banana muffins for a protein packed snack attack. Just think, you could enjoy these in 30 minutes from now.
Make your next braai a feast with this pull-apart garlic loaf that serves more than enough to share with family and friends.
An alternate take on the average wrap which is usually folded. This open wrap is a visual delight and a treat to the tastebuds!
You can’t beat this classic Italian pasta dish. It is simple, yet so tasty, and makes the perfect weeknight dinner dish.
A good piece of meat is what will make or break this dish, so make sure to get to your butcher for the perfect ribeye before smothering it with watercress pesto.
Suitable for breakfast or lunch, these Tortilla Egg Rolls only take five minutes to make including the preparation.
This treacle tart is sure to sweeten up any situation, with it’s delicate balance if flavours that will be sure to titillate the tastebuds.
Perfect for the braai, oven or air-fryer. These stuffed chicken breasts are simply succulent and full of flavour.
Lamb is perfect for burgers. Ideally, choose mince that’s not too lean, as the fat makes the burger really succulent.
We’re not joking, this really is one succulent roast chicken. Juicy and well spiced, like any good meal should be. Don’t believe us, try it.
Are we really only allowed to enjoy this South African traditional favourite once a year? We don’t think so either, so let’s get baking.
Asparagus, known for its young shoots being used as a spring vegetable and now for being paired with mussels to make a delicious combination.
These rissoles are perfect for ovo-vegetarians or anyone looking for a meat free option, really. An excellent filler for you burgers.