Traditional fish and chips is one of SA’s best-loved street foods! Whether it’s strolling along a breezy wharf munching on a small portion wrapped in newspaper, or stopping at your local corner shop for a quick dinner on the way home from work, there are plenty of ways to enjoy this delicious treat. Here, we show you how to prep your own at home.
These cheesy bread boats are known as ‘khachapuri’, the national dish of Georgia. For maximum yum, dip in the some melted cheese!
You can go all-out gourmet with this beef Wellington by coating the beef in foie gras or veganise it with a filling of mushrooms and lentils.
This hot creamy sahlab dates all the way back to the Ottoman Empire, but it’s still renowned today for its flavour and celebrating iftar.
This popular Tuscan dish is essentially a massive T-bone steak that is shared between two or more people. You can use any beef for Bistecca alla Fiorentina, but because of the delicacy of the traditional meat (from Chianina cattle), it is best cooked simply without any bells and whistles, and served rare to emphasise the flavour.
This traditional Spanish patatas bravas dish has to be one of our favourite budget-friendly and flavour-filled appetisers.
While we love a big bake, there’s no doubt that these quick and easy bobotie bowls make for a cute dinner treat! And, you only need five ingredients.
A spicy noodle soup is the perfect winter warmer to heat up your dinners. Plus, this laksa is perfect for vegetarians and vegans.
We put a modern twist on the classic quick Turkish bobotie, making it perfect for dinner parties. To make this dish a main, bulk it up with flatbread.
Slow-cooked, inexpensive cuts of meat and veg are tastier than you could believe. Just try this traditional brisket ragu and see.