This recipe will have you bouncing out of that bed and into the kitchen this weekend. It has everything, eggs, prosciutto, cheese, tomatoes, greens and a spicy kick to finish it off.
We absolutely love chilli poppers here at MK, and they are just as good baked in the oven without any added oiliness. Stuffed with cream cheese and cheddar and then dipped into a coriander mayo… We know, we don’t have to say any more.
We know it’s summer, but we also know how much we (and our fellow South Africans) love a good traditional curry. So we put together these spicy sarmies and freshened them up with lime and fresh coriander.
Treat your friend to a new experience this festive season with an olive oil tasting.
Let’s face it; avocados are the best thing ever. And nothing pays homage to the kingly avo more than a beautiful bowl of home-made guacamole. Tasty, spicy, and oh-so easy to prepare, we can’t resist adding this to almost everything, especially in summer.
Panza-what? A panzanella is a refreshing Tuscan-style salad characterised by the addition of bread soaked in dressing. Although this salad only takes a little while to whip together, you need to remember to set aside some time for the bread to soak up all that yummy flavour.
A traditional tomato soup that you will want in your repetoire to serve hot in winter and chilled in summer.
We are back with another Sunday lunch treat for you to fall in love with. There are still plenty of spring oranges on the local supermarket shelves, so be sure to grab some this weekend to add to this delicious one-pot dish.
As a special gift to you, LUST’s patron chef (and baker extraordinaire), Jean-Pierre Smith is sharing his signature traditional fruitcake recipe! Make it once, and we promise it will make an annual appearance on your Christmas table. Your family and friends will love this brandy-loaded cake filled with both classic and luxurious ingredients.
There is such a wonderful abundance of fruit on our supermarket shelves, come this time of year! Because all of these delightful offerings are in season, your favourite summer fruits are much cheaper now than they will be in the wintery months. We suggest you make the most of it!