We’ve got your #MeatFree meal sorted with a flavour-loaded and comforting lentil and veggie bake. We bulked it up with high-in-fibre and -protein IMBO lentils.
Kick-start your day with a yummy dose of healthy ingredients in this wholesome coconut baked eggs recipe!
Up your potato bake game with MasterChef SA Finalist Siphokazi Mdlankomo’s cabbage and potato bake. It’ll make a deliciously creamy side to all your favourite mains!
Dinner can be delicious AND easy with this five-ingredient flaked fish bake. If the kids aren’t keen on too much onion, simply swap it out for another veggie that they love.
Get your protein fix with this incredible mid-week bake. The spicy chicken is packed with the warm flavours of chilli, paprika, cumin and cinnamon. This dish is also budget-friendly and super comforting for the cooler weather.
Because pastry. Take advantage of the end of the stone fruit season with this gorgeous plum galette recipe that also just happens to be perfect for the beginning of autumn. And this just wouldn’t be a MyKitchen recipe without a surprisingly delicious flavour combo – we are sure our additions of blue cheese and thyme will blow you away.
There really is nothing better than a lazy weekend filled with good old fashioned baking. And with that in mind, we bring you a good old fashioned bake. Pumpkin bread is lovely with the slightest sweet taste that pairs perfectly with melting honey. Finish off with a drizzling of honey and you’ll be in heaven.
If it’s possible to make a mini version, we’ll make it. Whip up these little teatime delights for the whole family this weekend. Our mini drop scones are scrumptious with jam and whipped cream, but they will be just as great with easy savoury fillings like cheese and ham.
Believe it or not, the hot summer months are the perfect time to make your own bread. The warm air will help you dough to rise amazingly. And a consommé is a great way to lightly start a meal as well.
No one can resist the homely taste of freshly-baked bran muffins slathered with melting butter. Whip these up for Sunday morning breakfast or to eat during the week as an on-the-go snack!