Show some legume love this winter by warming your belly with this North African stew with IMBO Brown Lentils!
The perfect dish to get you in the mood for the colder months ahead! Go ahead and take a healthy serving of this delicious Autumn chowder.
We are super into vegetarian stews at the moment and sweet potatoes are one of our favourite ingredients. And if you love peanut butter as much as we do, don’t feel bad about adding an extra scoop to this comforting peanut stew!
Could you think of anything better for a cold winter weekend? Our beef and ale stew is packed with hours worth of flavour, but comes together in just one hour, and in just one pot!
Delicious hot off the stove and even better when reheated the next day, our brisket stew is the comfort meal you need this winter. It’s also an amazing freezer option, so spend some time over a weekend making a big batch, and then you have dinner for a night when you really don’t feel like cooking.
There is no better dish to serve up to guests than a traditional French coq au vin. Cooking with wine guarantees you’ll have plenty of fun in the kitchen with this one! (We recommend a middle-of-the-road wine – don’t waste your best vintage, but don’t use anything so cheap you wouldn’t drink it on its own.)
Are you looking for a cost-efficient mid-week dinner that will also make great leftovers? Look no further than our protein-packed and mineral-rich bean-and-sausage stew.
Vegetarians and meat-lovers alike will be clamouring for seconds when you place a bowl of this breyani in front of them. It’s fragrantly spicy and garnished with almonds, chilli and coriander.
If there is one meat-free meal we can never resist here at MK, it’s a sweet potato stew. Add some protein-packed lentils and some tortilla bites for fibre, and you have yourself a meal that’s nutrient-rich, good for the system, conscious and absolutely delicious.
South Africa has some of the most beautiful local veggies. This recipe makes use of the lovely waterblommetjie and pairs with a traditional and delicious beer bread. Whip this combo up at your next braai and let the compliments roll in.