Try this delicious biltong salad recipe from Chef Janet Telian, co-founder of Cape Town’s Savoy Cabbage restaurant.
Blog posts: Recipes
All you’ll ever need to make tasty dishes from all things exotic to local and lekker. Plus, we review the latest cookbooks on offer. Never let your cooking be boring again with our recipes from all over the globe. Come inside to find all tips and tricks on creating topical dishes for all occasions or if you have a particular dish in mind check back here to see if there is a perfect recreation of it. Keep the kitchen guessing on what you will be preparing next with the recipes found here!
A year after visiting, Melanie pens a love letter to Thailand and explains her hankering and need to return for the fragrant Thai green curry, which just isn’t the same back home.
I don’t do cakes. Or puddings, or trifles – any desserts for that matter. Well, okay sometimes I have to. Being from a VERY Cape Malay community is like that. Over the years I’ve honed a few which I can whip up, with a modest budget and the minimum of fuss.
Chef-turned-adventurer, David Grier, set out to run from the northernmost Hindu temple in the Himalayan foothills of Kashmir right down to the southern tip of India. This is his recipe for the Indian melanzane he cooked on his travels.
Try this cooks Roast butternut salad from the founders of Café Bloom in Mooi River. It’s wholesome, substantial and perfect for the holidays because it’s so easy to pull off.
Every recipe you could need for a delicious picnic spread: from pinwheel sandwiches to picnic-friendly salads, from cupcakes to lemonade, it’s all here!
This springbok wellington served with parsnip purée, baby root vegetables and a red wine jus from the Lord Milner in Matjiesfontein will be worth the effort!
Braaing food has immeasurable benefits – the dry heat improves the taste and texture of the meat. These benefits are also typical of a tandoori oven, so this tandoori chicken on the braai is the best of both worlds.
This delicious recipe comes from Bartholomeus Klip, where Louise Gillet invites guests into her kitchen and demonstrates some of her favourite recipes.
A slice of warm toast liberally smeared with snoek pâté is guaranteed to take me to the West Coast, that rough diamond of our great country.