Food prices may be up, but that doesn’t mean you can’t save money! Here are a list of costly ingredient alternatives that are affordable and just as tasty!
Want a delicious South African snack? Then try our babotie vetkoek bites recipe with coconut sauce. It will not disappoint!
Not only does this Mexican enchilada bake make the most of mince, a staple protein, it’s also perfect for themed dinners! You can also make this bake in a ‘lasagna style’ by layering strips of tortilla wraps, sauce, mince and cheese on top of each other.
These fun reindeer sloppy joes are sure to bring the festive cheer this year, so why not get the kids involved and make them together?
Not in the mood for a burger? These juicy homemade sloppy joes with chakalaka put a delicious spin on an American comfort food favourite.
Red peppers are by far the most beneficial bell peppers. These super stuffed red peppers are filled with vitamins and antioxidants.
We think it’s high time to indulge in some South African classics like you’ve never seen them before, starting with this vetkoek with curried mince.
Mb’atten is the traditional name of these savoury potatoes with turmeric rice and is the Libyan version of a stuffed spud. Try our take on this traditional African dish!
For the ultimate dinnertime indulgence, a hearty cheesy dish is in order! This traditional moussaka is a fitting feast for your table.
The cooler weather has us craving rich and creamy comfort dishes. This ostrich lasagne is a delicious alternative to the usual, one that is filled with flavour and all the pasta!