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!
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!
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!
Not only does this Mexican enchilada bake make the most of mince, a staple protein, it’s also perfect for themed dinners! You can also make this bake in a ‘lasagna style’ by layering strips of tortilla wraps, sauce, mince and cheese on top of each other.
Making your favourite takeout meals at home is way easier than you think. This sweet and sour pork is a classic that we simply can’t get enough of! SERVES 4 // COOKING TIME 1 hour INGREDIENTS 1 onion, sliced ½ red pepper, sliced ½ yellow pepper, sliced 2 garlic cloves, grated 2 tsp grated ginger 2 tbsp cornflour 500 g… Read more →
You don’t have to reserve your fresh fruit solely for desserts and snacks. See how perfectly nectarine compliments these juicy pork chops.
You can put together this this steak and pear salad in no time for a fresh and light summery dish. Don’t forget the home-made dressing!
There’s nothing quite as comforting as some Southern-style treats! Give these traditional biscuits with gravy a try with some parsley and fried eggs.
Red-wine reduction and double-cream yoghurt add sweet and tangy flavours to these pork spring rolls. What a delicious starter!
Pizza night featuring these delicious and healthy wholewheat tortilla pizzas with ham and mushroom will be a major hit with the fam!