We’re bringing you another one of our gorgeously gourmet dogs. Light up the braai and whip up these French cheese and onion hot dogs to end the weekend on a good note.
We are back with another Sunday lunch leftovers meal to die for! Whether you had a roast or a braai this weekend, use up any leftovers you have in our meaty nachos! And if you just want nachos, feel free to cook up some protein just for the sake of them.
If you fire these babies up over the braai and serve them to your guests as a mouth-watering appetiser, there will be smiles all around! You can also add them to sandwiches, salads, rice pots, anything you desire.
For us, a big part of the summer is eating hot dogs outside next to the pool, enjoying the weather. But we won’t settle for just any hot diggity dog! And that’s why we’re showing you how to make these gourmet jalapeño dogs.
You may remember her from the Masterchef SA finale, and we asked her for some home-cooked culinary inspiration. We just can’t get enough of these cheesy rosemary meatballs.
With stone fruit season fast approaching, we’re already coming up with all sorts of amazing ways to cook with them. This recipe is perfect for when you are having people over, because let’s be honest, who can resist a rack of lamb ribs with a sticky sauce?
Forget eating boring old sarmies at your desk for lunch. Instead, use those leftovers to create fresher, healthier and even more delicious lunch box meals. Got leftover mince? Use it to make these moreish Mexican lettuce wraps!
Whether you have meat left over from today’s family roast or from your quick midweek cook, you can whip up this fried rice in a flash to ensure nothing goes to waste.
Happy Heritage Day! You may remember the Mi Casa frontman from the cover of the April 2017 issue of MyKitchen. He whipped up this marinated sirloin recipe, which is full of flavour and works well with most red meats, so take your pick.
Sick of plain old pork bangers? Create beautiful budget meals with freezer finds from your local supermarket. Here’s how to bring new life to these cheap-as-chips ingredients, by using them to make a spicy pork calzone.