Tag: lime

Baked Lemon Pudding with Lime Yoghurt

A baked lemon pudding is a baked lemon pudding.  Until you have a Baked Lemon Pudding with Lime Yoghurt. Double the citrus, double the zest and double the lip puckering deliciousness. It’s been a while I have made a Bill Granger recipe and this lemon pudding is from his book Bill’s Open Kitchen. I have been an ardent follower of his and have most of his books, cooking and baking from them regularly as well as looking at his work for…

Marshmallows with Salted Lime Sugar

I made these Marshmallows with Salted Lime Sugar for a dinner party two weeks ago and from the feedback I got they were the hit of the evening, so I am very pleased to share the recipe here. They formed part of a “forest forage” I created in front of the guests as the dessert finale. We cleared the dining table and asked the guests to stand while serving them a Passion Fruit Champagne (last week’s recipe) as a palate cleansing…

No Churn Passion Fruit Lime Ice Cream

The fact that it is Heritage Day, or more popularly known as Braai Day on Saturday has kind of passed me by but luckily this  No Churn Passion Fruit Lime Ice Cream is bang on for your barbecue this weekend. I say luckily because I have not had the time to really think about a new recipe specifically for a day that celebrates the South African braai (barbecue). And to be frank I don’t think I can do anything better…

Curry and Beer Battered Fish Tacos

Few dishes sound as good as Curry and Beer Battered Fish Tacos in my book. I’m a firm believer you can’t have a curry without some beer so combining the two makes perfect sense to me. The fish is flavoured with the curry spices and then dipped into a beer batter for a deep frying. That is a whole lot of comforting dude food on a plate. I used a fragrant Goan Fish Curry spice available on the My Collections website…

Spicy Lime Chicken Wings

I am not much of a sports fan but I might become one just for these Spicy Lime Chicken Wings. Bursting with flavour, smokiness, spice and heat they are a winner, ranking high on the ultimate dude food if you ask me.  And I don’t think you could ever make enough of them. I found the inspiration for these on Instagram one morning. I love Instagram. It feels like I have a circle of friends that stretches around the whole…

This is such a refreshing cocktail and just perfect for a hot summer’s day. I used Jorgensen’s Gin, which is not only my favourite gin but is the first South African made premium gin, distilled in Wellington by my good friends at Jorgensen’s Distillery. The dominant flavour in the gin is from Juniper berries from Macedonia and it also contains citrus zest from six kinds of fruit, including naartjies. Roger Jorgensen is such a wizard when it comes to flavour that…

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