Both pronounced as and referring to the word ‘quarter’, this street-food steak and avocado kota is made with a quarter loaf of bread. Mzansi Style Cuisine food blogger Thuli Gogela shares her recipe of this classic dish!
We all scream for ice cream! The hot days aren’t over yet, so why not whip up a batch of this delicious summery lavender-berry nice cream?
There’s nothing we love more than gobbling up a plateful of traditional samoosas, so we made these beefy baked samoosas to enjoy anytime at home!
Skip the fast food and opt for making your own crispy chicken right at home. Pair this dish with some home-made sweet potato wedges for extra deliciousness!
Who ever said vegan can’t be delicious? Try this healthy take on loaded Mediterranean baked chips for a sustainable and guilt-free treat. SERVES 4 // COOKING TIME 1 hour INGREDIENTS 4 large sweet potatoes, cut into thick chips 2 tbsp olive oil Salt and pepper, to season 1 tbsp cumin seeds 1 brinjal, cut into rounds 2 cups Rosa tomatoes… Read more →
Delicately flavoured rose water is used a lot in Middle Eastern cuisine. Try this sweet rose-water milk pudding with candyfloss, a traditional Iranian treat!
Eating foods that are high in sugar, fat and salt make us feel good because they activate our brain’s reward system. But instead of reaching for a bag of sweets or something deep-fried, opt for our loaded BLT and chip sandwich as a more sustainable lunch option when those cravings hit!
Despite its fuzzy texture, kiwi skins are actually edible.With the right recipe, the texture won’t be noticeable at all. Try it in these grilled hake tacos!
With only five ingredients – and most of them available in your pantry already – this red-pepper linguine is a recipe you’re going to want to have on hand.
Talk about a meal dash! You only need a handful of ingredients and 10 minutes to put together these basil-mushroom rotis with cream cheese.