Did you know that this popular German snack food has quite a history? Back in seventh-century Europe, pretzels were eaten during Lent. The shape is said to resemble the crossed arms of a monk in prayer and the three holes may represent the Holy Trinity.
The braai weather is almost gone so take advantage and squeeze one in this weekend. Make this beer bread to accompany your vleis. It’s really quick to make and doesn’t require any of the efforts of a traditional bread, but it still offers all the flavour.
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.
Planning a picnic? We have lunch sorted. All of its elements can easily be made ahead of time and quickly packed up for a beautiful day outdoors. When you’re ready to eat, lay out everything separately and let your friends and family help themselves.
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.
Are you looking for a cheap lunch option the whole family will enjoy?
We know it’s summer, but we also know how much we (and our fellow South Africans) love a good traditional curry. So we put together these spicy sarmies and freshened them up with lime and fresh coriander.
South Africa has some of the most beautiful local veggies. This recipe makes use of the lovely waterblommetjie and pairs with a traditional and delicious beer bread. Whip this combo up at your next braai and let the compliments roll in.
We are going vegan today with a bright and beautiful chickpea salad! This yummy plate of greens is served with a delicious home-made tomato flatbread!