Say cheers to the joys of warmer days with the ultimate party-pleasing punch – lush and lovely sangria
If you love hummus and the rich, earthy flavour of beets, then you’ll definitely want to whip up this bright and beautiful beetroot hummus this summer.
Cola de mono, which directly translates as ‘monkey’s tail,’ is Chile’s customary Christmas drink. It mainly consists of milk, sugar, coffee, cloves and a generous splash of the potent South American liquor, aguardiente.
We all know that there’s nothing like a tray of duck-fat roast potatoes. With duck fat available at a selection of local grocery stores, it’s easier than ever to indulge in this delicious side. And if you can’t find any, remember to always cook your potatoes last, then you can roast them in the pan juices leftover from your Christmas duck. Easy!
When we heard that Fry’s Family Food had released the first ever meatless roast in South Africa, we just had to get our hands on a delicious recipe for all our vegan readers. And while they were at it, they gave us the recipes for an entire vegan Christmas lunch. Enjoy!
Just picture it. You and your friends gathered around the fire after a smashing braai, sipping on hot mugs of Amarula-spiked coffee. Sounds pretty good, right? Bookmark this cowboy coffee recipe and make it happen!
Summer just wouldn’t be the same without a perfectly ripe mango to snack on. We love this tropical fruit so much, we’ve been cooking it in everything, including these mouth-watering crab and mango stacks!
Whether you need a starter for your Mediterranean feast, or you just need a healthy, energy-boosting snack to get you through that mid-afternoon slump, these brinjal roll-ups will become your go-to.
We know Christmas falls during summer here in South Africa, but that doesn’t mean you can’t whip up a warm treat for Christmas Eve. We would definitely recommend our pumpkin meringue pie for this year.
Serving an al fresco dinner for your guests? Need a stunning starter for your braai? You will never lack for flavour with our bright and sweet Coppa ham and grape flatbread. And your guests will love it as well, so you’d better make two.