Tag: snacks

Boerewors Nachos

This Boerewors Nachos is one of the recipes featured in the past weekend’s Sunday Times Food Weekly. The brief was to create some delicious snacks to give the rugby fans something to cheer about. Even if the game might not be going their way. It is tasty, filling, cheesy, crunchy, colourful and I think does a good job at keeping everyone happy while watching the big game. I wanted to add a local flavour to this delicious snack and thought…

Gourmet Stuffed Braai Loaf

All the banters and paleos and gluten frees and carb fiends should look away because this Gourmet Stuff Braai Loaf is fantastic! Freshly baked home made bread stuffed with caramelised onions, roasted tomatoes, some grilled peppers and two cheeses. A winner in my book and perfect for these summer days filled with barbecues and outdoor eating next to the pool that is lying ahead. The original idea when chatting to my friend Conrad was to bake a focaccia, slice it…

Fried Risotto Balls

Another frying recipe but I realised during the week that I never shared this particular recipe on the blog after they appeared in the Sunday Times Cheese Issue and these Fried Risotto Balls are too good not to share. Spring has definitely arrived in Cape Town (although this morning winter is certainly back) but this recipe is comfort food at its best. And such a great way to use up any left-over bolognaise sauce you might have. You could replace the meat…

Fried Cauliflower with a Whipped Hummus Dip

This Fried Cauliflower with Whipped Hummus Dip is adapted from a recipe I spotted on Pinterest a week ago and even though I am not a huge fan of deep frying I just could not resist making it. I tweaked the recipe a bit and did not cook the cauliflower before frying. I was worried that it could become a mush and would not have minded at all if the vegetable had a bit of crunch when eating. I also added…

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…

Sumac and Lemon Roast Chicken

My love affair with the sumac I got from Dubai continues and after making Diana Henry’s Sumac Roast Tomatoes, Lentils and Dukkah Crusted Eggs a week or so ago, I just had to try this Sumac and Lemon Roast Chicken recipe from one of my favourite blogs, Feasting at Home. Sylvia’s blog really lives up to its name and it is easy to get lost in the delicious recipes on her site. The photography is absolutely beautiful too and a definite…

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