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.
It’s never too early for pickled fish! We kept this traditional recipe super straightforward and delicious – the good old-fashioned way.
This isn’t your average rice, fish and bean salad – we bulked up the ingredients using budget-friendly, including bread and frozen veg.
Our absolute go-to for fish and chips, hake is one of people’s favourites. Enjoy these hake and veg skewers as a healthy alternative.
Spicy chilli and lemony butter are perfectly complemented in this pan-fried fish recipe. It’s the perfect light meal for two!
Skip your usual battered fish recipe and try this gut-friendly walnut crusted hake with apple cider fermented radishes.
Pickled fish is a local South African classic! Spoil the fam with a yummy helping for your next meal. The best part? You can keep it in the fridge for a week after pickling!
Dinner is served! We love a classic fish and peas dish, especially when it’s as healthy as these hake kebabs with mushy peas.
Enjoy a deliciously healthy light dish with this seeded hake and cucumber combo! It packs plenty of flavours to make a tasty seafood delight.