Tag: polenta

Orange Polenta Cake

I was recently invited to lunch at Tokara in Stellenbosch and had the opportunity to enjoy an olive oil tasting followed by a tasty lunch in the deli. The dessert was just incredible, a Orange Polenta Cake served with Orange Ice Cream, Orange Crème and Candied Oranges and as we were lucky enough to get the recipe afterwards, it was a given that I was going to make it and share on here. Tokara offers some of the most incredible…

Polenta Parmesan Roast Potatoes

Is it too early to start thinking about the roast potatoes for Christmas Day lunch? If you are like me and the thought has already crossed your mind a few times since last Christmas, I think I have the best roast potato recipe and you can now wonder about what dessert to serve on Christmas Day (although I have you covered on that one too). The search is definitely over with these Polenta Parmesan Roast Potatoes with Rosemary Salt from Donna Hay…

Strawberry Polenta Cakes

This recipe for Strawberry Polenta Cakes is a delicious sweet twist on the usual polenta recipes out there. Drizzled with maple syrup and custard they make for a delicious dessert. Cut the custard and you have a tasty breakfast treat. The thought of sweetening polenta has never crossed my mind but it kind of made perfect sense when I saw the recipe on What Should I Eat for Breakfast Today (how amazing is that name for a blog). Marta’s blog is…

There is a definite chill in the air but armed with cheese, butter, garlic and mushrooms I feel quite prepared for it. And the idea of slow cooked one pot meals with generous lashings of red wine and garlic is definitely something to look forward to. But as those slow cooked meals are more suited for leisurely weekend cooking I still crave the comfort of good, wholesome and tasty food during the week. I think this Baked Polenta ticks all…

We were talking the other day about how bad french fries are for you and these are by no means a replacement but they are certainly delicious. They are a good option when I want a side dish with more texture and bite than plain cooked polenta or mashed potato. Their crunchy exterior and tasty parmesan interior is great side to a stew/bolognaise and they are perfect for dipping into the thick gravy or tomato sauce. Best eaten straight out…

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