Not only do you get a nutritious fill with these yummy fish parcels with baby marrow, but you can cook the full meal in the microwave and have dinner ready in 15 minutes!
No matter where you are in our beautiful country, you will be met with a rich variety of traditional meals that date back to the very start of South Africa’s formation. Keep reading to see the best local dish from your province. You will know these amazing meals for either their taste, their popularity or both!
Swoodles? We just can’t get enough of sweet potato noodles! If you don’t have a spiraliser at home, just use your veggie peeler to slice long strips from your sweet potatoes. And then cook them into our chicken and swoodle stir-fry, of course.
Chowder is a hearty, milk-based soup thta was brought to the shores of New England in the US. The original calls for seafood, but it can be made with chicken, vegetables, cheese, peas or potatoes (Manhattan chowder even uses tomatoes). We devised a yummy veggie option perfect for meat-free Monday.
Pronounced ‘nyoki’, these little Italian dumplings are eaten like pasta. Depending on the region, they can be made with flour, potatoes, semolina, breadcrumbs or even ricotta. There is also nothing like the taste of brown butter; add in some cream cheese and you have mouth-watering, budget-friendly, meat-free meal.
When it comes to dinner after a long (and hungry) day at work, we only have two requirements: speed and taste. This lovely dish ticks both those boxes!
It’s time to take 2017 by the horns and keep those New Year’s resolutions on track for as long as possible. If one of them was to serve up some scrumptious new family meals, this little winner could be just the recipe you’re looking for! Give your kids a head start this new year with this tempting breakfast, crammed with ALL GOLD goodness and flavour.
Haddock is a wonderfully popular fish, especially because of its budget-friendly value. If you love comforting, old school, home cooking, this is the recipe for you.
Sam Linsell, South African food stylist and the mastermind behind the popular blog Drizzle and Dip, adds a secret ingredient to her all-time favourite roast chicken dish that results in the most succulent bird.
Get creative in the kitchen and crumb your chops in some polenta. We all know pork and tomato go amazingly together, so whip up a zingy sauce to serve them with and add some broccoli for a happy, wholesome meal.