Roast onions on the braai are a must the next time you light up the fire. Stuff them with your favourite cheese (we used Parmesan) and they will quickly become an outdoor favourite.
If ever there was a braai side to take centre stage, this is it. So light up those coals, gather the troops and tuck into our incredible bacony beans.
Switch things up a bit by swapping those chickpeas out for cannellini beans when you make our moreish olive hummus. Serve it with roasted potato skins or flatbread.
After six years in the corporate world, Lesego Semenya took off his tie, put on an apron and set off to
study cuisine at one of the leading chef academies in the country. Now, this classically trained chef (aka LesDaChef) is making it his mission to educate, entertain and show that cooking good food is not really that complicated. And he’s here to show us how to make his yummy tapenade.
Whether you are having people over this weekend or just chilling, our salted chocolate bark makes for an amazing bar or movie snack.
No matter your party snack, a classic blue cheese dip will always be a winning accompaniment that everyone will love. Pop toothpicks into your crudités, grilled mushrooms or olives for easy dipping.
Forget smothering it with cheese sauce. It’s time to get creative with this cruciferous veg. Cauliflower is packed with fibre, folate and vitamin C, so we are looking for new and fun ways to enjoy it. And we definitely enjoyed these crunchy cauliflower fritters.
If you are looking for an interesting and robust side salad to accompany your meal, a fresh pear salad is the way to go. It’s also filled with lots of lovely greens, crunchy nuts and cheese.
Not only are these little guys great for serving as a canapé at your next get-together, our tuna sliders also make a healthy and wholesome work lunch or snack. The Heart and Stroke Foundation SA recommends eating at least two servings (100g each) of oily fish a week to lower cholesterol and prevent blood clotting.
Delicious fish? Tick! Healthy fats and oils? Tick! Easy and convenient? Tick! Use a humble tin of fish to create our moreish curried pilchard rotis.