This chicken and pineapple satay with coconut and peanut sauce will bring back those sweet summer memories of days by the pool!
Get your veggie-fill with these rainbow-squash tortillas! They’re quick to assemble, and the pineapple salsa and yoghurt sauce make for an extra flavoursome treat.
With summer slowly disappearing and autumn making its way here, indulge in the last of summers produce with these delicious low-calorie pineapple margaritas.
It’s the weekend! That means it’s time to bring out the braai and meat and make these sweet and savoury pickled pineapple and halloumi boerewors rolls.
You can whip up these maca wraps with coriander chicken and chilli pineapple from scratch. And don’t forget to keep extra wraps to freeze for later.
We could never say ‘no’ to dessert for breakfast, especially when it’s filled with the sweet tropical flavours of this frozen banana breakfast tart with shaved pineapple and coconut.
These two ingredients are a match made in heaven, and this ginger and pineapple bake is an easy throw-together pud for a busy weekend.
Cocktails are forever. They are even for winter. And these frosty frozen cocktails of ours are worth their weight in gold. Serve them up the next time you have people over. Or, you know, just treat yo’ self!
Whenever you are trying to save on your grocery budget, freezer finds will always be your friends. We grabbed some frozen hake portions and used them to whip up the best fish tacos ever.
Since its arrival on the foodie scene, coconut water has been hailed as nature’s own miracle drink. Its wild popularity has led many to question its supposed nutritional value, dismissing the flavoursome water as just another passing health trend. But don’t be fooled. Coconut water is wonderfully hydrating too. The clear liquid found inside young, green coconuts (not to be confused with coconut milk) contains five essential electrolytes: calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, sodium and potassium. You’ve probably heard the claims that this sweet water has anti-ageing, anti-carcinogenic and anti-thrombotic effects, but this hasn’t been proven yet.