Not sure what to cook up for Heritage Day tomorrow? Take some inspiration from our top 10 braai recipes and prepare for a feast of local flavour!
We are ecstatic to announce that from the September issue onwards, MyKitchen will boast a whopping 16 extra pages of deliciousness at no extra cost! And, for our very first bigger and better issue, we are celebrating heritage month at full tilt. Keep reading to see what’s in store.
One benefit of being a grown-up? You can treat yourself to creamy, boozy dessert cocktails after dinner.
A true vegetarian feast that will have your mouth watering and you begging for more. These black bean tacos are perfectly spiced and they boast plenty of freshness with yummy greens, plus a garlic aioli to add some creaminess.
Dishes that cross the line between savoury and sweet are hot on trend at the moment and we couldn’t wait to jump on the bandwagon with one of our favourite indulgences – pizza. Our ham, fig and Brie pizza is a flavour explosion that will have you leaping for more.
English muffins are a breakfast classic we will never get tired of. Ever. We love this simply English-inspired version, but you are welcome to chop and change to create something that will positively make your day.
Did you know that chickpea fudge is a traditional Indian treat? And although the contain plenty of indulgent sugar, the chickpea flour gives them a healthy dose of protein.
Feel like something cool and refreshing? Shandies have always been popular, but they’re taking on a cult-like status we can’t ignore.
Say hello to the quickest and easiest butter chicken curry you’ve ever tasted. And did we mention that it’s absolutely delicious and packed with flavour as well?
If our Buddha bowl doesn’t get you excited for meat-free Monday, we don’t know what will! It’s packed with nutrient-rich veggies, nuts, spices and greens, so grab your spoons and dig in.