This easy and refreshing salad can be served as a starter or vegetarian main course! You can make your own mayo or use Greek yoghurt to make the dressing
Summer on a plate!
This beautiful summer salad will not take you long to prepare and is a delicious treat. Make it when asparagus are in season and at their best. The pine nuts makes this salad extra special and a balanced meal
Ramen is a Japanese dish consisting of noodles (egg noodles, soba noodles or udon noodles) served in a meat or fish broth flavoured with soya sauce or miso. It can be topped with beef, pork, chicken, dried seaweed, vegetables and spring onions and is normally served with soft-boiled egg. This recipe is my take on ramen. Quick, easy, uncomplicated and made with ingredients that are easy to find. OH – and it looks very impressive!
You get soo many recipes for ramen – have fun!! Add your own twist and enjoy!
The addition of the chicken strips makes the soup wholesome and perfect for a complete and delicious winter meal
This is a very popular soup and it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare. Make sure you use finely sliced biltong OR shaved biltong. You can also use some biltong powder (available at some supermarkets) but not more than 50% (Thus: 70 g biltong powder and 70 g finely shaved/sliced biltong)
I got the inspiration for this soup from the FAMOUS MOROCCAN SOUP – HARIRA. Absolutely delicious and needs to be cooked long and slow!
This is an easy, healthy vegetable soup. The pancetta gives the soup a delicious smoky flavour and the dumplings served with the soup lift this soup to another level! The dumplings are light and cheesy – it takes only a few minutes to make and SO worth the little bit of effort. This soup is a meal on its own.
I had a similar soup at one of my favourite restaurants in Cape Town recently and decided that this is the soup for this week!!! It is a very simple recipe that can be vegetarian (just substitute the chicken stock with vegetable or mushroom stock) OR Vegan! For a Vegan variation I will substitute the chicken stock with vegetable stock, the milk with almond milk, the butter with olive oil and leave out the crème fraiche and parmesan. Drizzle with a generous “glug” of good quality truffle oil and perhaps garnish with some pan fried wild mushrooms for the Vegan option?
This soup is very filling and certainly a meal on its own – a bit of crusty bread on the side can work well with it!