MyKitchen reader Gail Schoonraad gave us this delicious waterblommetjie bredie dish that makes all our South African comfort food dreams come true! ‘This recipe is amazing, because if lamb is pricey that week, you can easily leave it out!’ says Gail.
Spring may be here but the cold weather certainly hasn’t left, and this tomato bredie soup with cauliflower croutons will really hit the spot on a cool evening.
According to legend, these Iranian lamb shanks was created by a resourceful cook to feed a sultan who was lost in the forest. Needless to say, the sultan liked it and we know you will too! Serve with a side of Bukhari rice.
Mi Casa frontman and restauranteur J’Something shows us how to cook the ultimate roast leg of lamb for the whole family. It’s perfect for Sunday lunch! And if you want to see more of J’Something in action in our kitchen, click here.
With stone fruit season fast approaching, we’re already coming up with all sorts of amazing ways to cook with them. This recipe is perfect for when you are having people over, because let’s be honest, who can resist a rack of lamb ribs with a sticky sauce?
Looking for Sunday lunch inspiration? We’re throwing it back to when we featured self-taught chef Cass Abrahams in our beautiful magazine, and she shared her waterblommetjie bredie recipe with us. Tuck in!
Don’t be daunted by the title of this recipe. We can assure you it’s super easy to make with only 20 minutes of hands-on time required from you. And we just thought we’d mention that we absolutely love a leg of lamb with beautiful traditional homely flavours, such as rosemary and nuts.
It doesn’t get cosier (or tastier) than this! This cheap and cheerful curried lamb and lentil soup requires minimal ingredients, minimal time and minimal effort. All resulting in maximum flavour.
We love Cape Malay flavours and we bring them to life in these lovely lamb and apricot sosaties. We have all the classic flavours of coriander, turmeric and cinnamon. And if you can’t get hold of Turkish apricots, simply buy some normal dried apricots and peaches and soak them in warm water for 20 minutes to get that plumped effect.
We love entertaining, and when we have special guests over for lunch or dinner, we also like to make a splash. This is an absolutely gorgeous meal of gourmet lamb chops that will leave your guests in awe, and it gives you a chance to make the most of the last of this summer’s produce.