MyKitchen graphic designer Kayla is sharing her healthy bacon and pea carbonara recipe with us this weekend. Who’s ready for pasta?
Looking for a healthy, satisfying snack? Look no further than our pea and millet balls served with a tahini dip. We especially love them because millet is a good-for-you budget-friendly replacement for quinoa.
If you are ever worried you aren’t getting enough greens, rest assured that our pea and cauliflower frittata will get you back on track. It’s packed with wholesome protein and it’s budget-friendly too!
Dinner can literally be ready in 15 minutes with this tuna and pea pasta. We used orzo, those small little pieces of pasta shaped rice because it has the most amazing texture for a dish such as this. All you have to do is throw it all together.
We know it’s summer, but we also know how much we (and our fellow South Africans) love a good traditional curry. So we put together these spicy sarmies and freshened them up with lime and fresh coriander.