We are so lucky to live in a country where we have beautiful, fresh seafood by the plenty. A traditional paella, like this one, is always a crowd-pleaser at dinner parties or lazy Sunday lunches.
Do you love tuna bake? Make a creamy and delicious base with a plain old box of Bacon Kips.
Our leek-wrapped masala snoek with sticky apricots recipe may not be your traditional snoek braai, but it sure could replace it! But don’t take our word for it, try it for yourself.
Cape Town’s signature sandwich, served up MK style. Say what now? Gatsbys are bread rolls split lengthways, filled with hot chips and meat, chicken or seafood, and covered with trimmings and sauce. The sandwich received its name because it’s as decadent as the wealthy characters in F Scott Fitzgerald’s famous novel (besides pickled fish, you can cram it full of Viennas, polony, masala steak or just about anything else you fancy). But that’s where the similarities end. Greasy, satisfying and now an SA cultural icon, this meal in a roll certainly gets a green light from us.
Who doesn’t love a juicy bake for dinner? With winter almost here, it’s time to take out your trusty ovenproof dish and whip up this Spanish fish casserole.
Traditional fish and chips is one of SA’s best-loved street foods! Whether it’s strolling along a breezy wharf munching on a small portion wrapped in newspaper, or stopping at your local corner shop for a quick dinner on the way home from work, there are plenty of ways to enjoy this delicious treat. Here, we show you how to prep your own at home.
Despite its fuzzy texture, kiwi skins are actually edible.With the right recipe, the texture won’t be noticeable at all. Try it in these grilled hake tacos!
Be Travel to the islands of Zanzibar with this fragrant coconut fish curry! The coconut adds a delicious flavour, while balancing the heat from the spices.
Low in calories, gluten-free and endless flavour – this smoked haddock with garlic infused cauli mash needs to be on your weeknight menu.
These roast veg and tuna-stuffed pita pockets are a nutritious recipe you can whip up time and time again and makes for perfect work lunches.