Your summer roasts just got a whole lot more delicious! A mango-infused marinade really makes the flavours of this spatchcock chicken roast stand out.
Fresh veggie sides are where it’s at! And these delicious quick marinated baby marrow will be your go-to for every occasion.
Craving a good roast? This cranberry and balsamic roast chicken is both simple yet so flavourful, making it the perfect family meal.
We sought the help of local chef and braai king Stephen Mandes for the best snoek recipe, and he developed this vegetable marinated snoek for summer!
Take your cheeseboard to the next level with this amazing marinated mozzarella! Fresh cheese is the best for absorbing delicious herbs and oils, so get to prepping.
If you’re looking to have a restaurant-worthy steak dinner right at home, look no further than our red wine marinated steak with wine jus.
If you fire these babies up over the braai and serve them to your guests as a mouth-watering appetiser, there will be smiles all around! You can also add them to sandwiches, salads, rice pots, anything you desire.
I have been fortunate enough to have learned most of my cooking from South Africa’s best chefs and friends who are chefs. Being on the road for two months, braaing all over SA every day was the best adventure anyone could ever ask for, and some of our best-kept secrets were revealed. A nice and easy recipe that Bertus Basson taught me, is a perfect spatchcock chicken.
Do you need your chops, like, right now? There’s no need to wait or to compromise on flavour, with this baby in your repertoire. It takes a mere 10 minutes to whip up, leaving you with plenty of time to rub it on to your chops and get them on to the fire, where they belong.
Whether you are having a good old fish braai on the beach, or roasting up a chicken at home for the family, our masala marinade is sure to become a white-meat staple in your house.