Tag: garlic

Ukrainian Garlic Bread

My current favourite recipe book is Mamushka by Olia Hercules. A friend told me a while back how interesting and delicious Ukrainian cuisine was and when I read about the book on Twitter towards the end of last year, I immediately ordered a copy. The cuisine is something that is totally foreign to me and I have loved reading about the food and the traditions Olia recalls. I have been itching to bake some of the fantastic breads in the book…

Roast Lamb

This Roast Leg of Lamb is the ultimate in hassle free entertaining. A traditional dish for Easter, this recipe makes cooking for family and friends just that more enjoyable and also allows you to spend more time with the people in your life. This is inspired by a Jamie Oliver recipe I came across on drizzleanddip.com about a year ago. I loved the simplicity and total low maintenance of the recipe for such an expensive cut of meat and I…

Growing up there were 3 things I looked forward to when there was a braai (barbecue): garlic bread, potato salad and my mom’s “heerlike poeding” (literally translated as delicious pudding) which has to be as South African as a braai. The best bit was a sneaky Sunday morning breakfast of cold garlic bread topped with potato salad followed by a heaped spoon of poeding scooped out of the fridge before my mom noticed. She always made garlic bread with some added…

I was once told that South Africans have quite an obsession with butternut and with the last few days having been cold and wet I just smiled when I decided to make a butternut soup. I wanted to keep the soup pretty rustic and did not add any cream or orange. What I did decide to do was toss the butternut in some hot curry powder and add a few cloves of garlic while the butternut was roasting and it…

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