Get pastry-wrapped goodness and all the comforts of home with this meat-free morogo, butternut and samp pie, right this way!
Take inspiration from Mzansi and throw together a Sunday lunch everyone will remember with this rooibos and rosemary-crusted lamb roast as your main.
This year, let your traditional Easter dishes come together with fresh, seasonal ingredients like this granadilla ice cream cake with hot cross bun crust.
We love a fresh bowl of popcorn, but it’s time to spice up this faithful snack with new and improved pastry cones filled with paprika-spiced popcorn!
If you ever needed an excuse to have naan for every meal of the day, well, here it is! Make this grilled breakfast naan for a meat-free brekkies.
These aren’t your standard pancakes. Hotteok are a popular street food in Korea, and after trying this yummy version you’ll understand why!
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that we don’t always need to head out into the crowds to enjoy our favourites. The same applies when it comes to local street food, as long as you have a trusty recipe on hand. Treat yourself to this traditional polony kota with chips and slaw.
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.
Wrap up these avocado, biltong and feta pizza cones in tinfoil to create the perfect picnic snack with its own container. You’ll also have no washing up to do when you get home.
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!