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.
Hot diggity dog! Take it easy this weekend and prepare a batch of these gourmet avo dogs for the fam instead of a big Sunday lunch.
If you’re in Cape Town, you’ve probably tasted the amazingness that is Scandalous Food Truck. They were kind enough to share their slow-roasted brisket piadine recipe with us, so that everyone in SA can taste this gourmet street food goodness. And if you haven’t check them out there, be sure to visit their website.
This is the perfect recipe for when you have leftover steak, braai meat or roast beef from the weekend. Use it to make these amazing steak sarmies to enjoy for lunch this week.
Who can resist the finger-licking, lip-smacking goodness that is a plateful of BBQ ribs? Let us show you how to cook these babies to get a perfectly sticky sauce that’s packed with flavour.
How good does this look? If you are looking for a Sunday meal that’s quick to make, but still full of comforting meaty flavour, our steak and chips is sure to do the trick.
A hearty soup packed with complex flavours doesn’t require hours spent standing in front of the stove. Our lovely comforting veg and sausage soup can be on your table in under an hour.
Classic beef lasagne: layers of pasta and delicious tomatoey slow-cooked mince mixture, smothered in a creamy sauce, all topped with cheese.
Feel like some comfort food? Nothing does the trick quite like a big plate of bangers and mash. We gave it a bit of an upgrade with tomatoes, onions and fresh herbs.