How would we define the perfect chocolate cake? Well, it has to be moist, intensely chocolatey without being overly sweet and not be overly expensive to make. This cake is just that! Considering how delicious this chocolate cake is, it’s laughably easy to make. There’s no creaming of butter, whipping of eggs whites or any need for fancy equipment here. No sir, this recipe follows a simple wet-into-dry method. You’ll just need two bowls and a whisk.
‘If you want a rich and decadent prawn dish, look no further. The creamy, tangy and mildly spicy sauce is filled with the flavours of the ocean. Serve the chaat on special occasions or as a starter when you have guests over for dinner – it is sure to impress!’ Fatima Sydow
Cooking can sometimes be a bit of a hassle, especially when theres a lot of dishes to clean up afterwards! Luckily you won’t have that problem with this absolutely divine one-pot tuscan chicken recipe
Soft pillowy dough marbled with a rich chocolate filling, babka is a heavenly treat of Jewish origin … and it’s not as difficult to make as you may think!
Sunday may be the worst day of the weekend because it’s the day before Monday! But when it comes to food, Sunday meals, just hit the spot.
If you’re looking for a delicious nostalgic recipe that will make you feel right at home, then this self-saucing chocolate pudding is for you.
Make these delicious sticky glazed meatballs for your next book club, and you’ll be the main character in everyone’s eyes.
Herbs may reside in the kitchen, but keeping them alive isn’t always the easiest task. These tips should help to assist you with your potting success.
Make these tasty appetisers (mozzarella sticks and sticky meatballs) for your next book club and you’ll be the main character in everyone’s eyes.
The lovely chef behind KwaLisa Soulfood, Nwabisa Lisa shares 2 delicious winter recipes with us, oxtail stew and creamy pea soup.