It’s Easter time and the stores are full of fresh, sticky, spicy Hot Cross Buns, so we thought we’d find a recipe that those following a plant-based lifestyle can enjoy too. Courtesy of Michaela Leach from Health Alignment. This simple recipe is one that everyone can enjoy.
It's Easter time, and hot cross buns are everywhere but with their fruit and spicy flavours they are so easy to tweak to a healthy alternative packed with anti-oxidants and vitamins. Try our buns with added superfood ingredients.
What sounds more decadently indulgent than figs and chocolate! Fresh sweet juicy figs delicately roasted in honey and served on a silky smooth rich chocolate ganache. These flavour combinations work in perfect harmony together. This tartlets are the befitting treat for any occasion.
Enjoy this creamy, cheesy potato bake, as an accompaniment to almost any other dish, or even as a meal all on its own. Who can resist this kind of comfort food? Here we have notched it up, by adding a bit of texture, with salty pieces of crispy bacon and caramelised onions for a hint of sweetness.
The sweet and savoury tastes, that are synonymous with our very own Cape Malay style of cooking, are perfectly represented in this Bobotie recipe. Simple ingredients are married together, to create a unique taste sensation, of fruity flavours, pungent spices and lemony undertones.
Whether it's a breakfast spread or a lunchtime soirée, this pineapple and spanspek fruit board is the perfect showpiece to present and deliver fresh healthy fruits. Chop and scoop these sweet, juicy fruits, to create this mouthwatering summer array.
Burgers, traditionally real American fair, have been enjoyed around the world for many years, but in this day and age you cannot go to too many places without being bombarded by a load of burger joints touting there mouth watering fair. Don't be afraid to experiment with various flavours and combinations at home either. Here we have taken a few classics and given them a bit of a twist
This recipe is all about comfort food, delicious meatballs baked in a rich marinara sauce and topped with soft, sweet melted mozzarella cheese. It's perfect winter food that's quick and easy to make and that will leave you feeling totally satisfied.
This is a perfect Friday night dinner. A delicious thick, juicy, grilled T-bone steak, served with a homemade sweet and tangy tomato, pepper relish. This is a winning combination of flavours that doesn't take much time to prepare. Serve with a side of oven roasted potato and rosemary wedges.
This dessert is a layered treat of fresh bananas, creamy cheesecake, crumbed ginger biscuits and salted caramel. Leaning on the familiar favourite flavours of banoffee, these delicious flavours complement each other to create a decadent summer dessert.
Mangoes are in abundance at this time of the year, so why not take advantage of the season and try these delicious popsicles. They are fresh, sweet and tangy with a hint of herby thyme, a perfect guilt free treat to beat the heat.
Try this gourmet twist on the old Tropical favourite with bacon and pineapple; a juicy, fresh rib and mango pizza! The sweet flavours of the fruit complement the salty flavours of the ribs and cheese, while the rocket and spring onion cut through to give a peppery crunch.
Simply prepare your ribs as per your tried and trusted rib recipe, with your favour basting and marinade. Here is a great recipe for Sticky BBQ Pork Ribs.
Perfect for leftover ribs, or cook a few more ribs to make this delicious pizza the next day. (Because let’s be honest… there is no such thing as leftover ribs!)
Does fruit belong on a pizza?! Do you think Mango and rib go together? Tell us on Facebook, what you think.
Summer is in full swing and there is no better way to enjoy these hot summer days, than with a refreshing mango salad. To complement the sweetness of this delicious fleshy fruit, we have combined the tart flavour of lime, with honey and fresh chilli, in a dressing. Serve this mouthwatering salad with some sticky barbecue ribs, or enjoy as a meal on its own.
These tartlets are the perfect dessert to serve over this festive season. They have a light, luscious texture, with a delicious tropical flavour of mango and coconut. The ideal treat for these hot summer days.
This cherry and balsamic glaze is the perfect way to finish off your roast gammon this festive season. The sweetness of the cherries and the tartness of the balsamic vinegar work so well with the flavours of the smoky gammon.
A beautiful & simple dessert that can be made the day before and ready to decorate when you are serving it. Berries offer a tartness that break through the sweetness of the filling, which leaves you with a happy, well-balanced dessert. There may be a few ingredients and steps, but they are all super simple and well worth it!
Putting together the perfect cheese board is easy! Ideally, you want 3-5 different kinds of cheese. Have enough variety of cheese, without being too extravagant, so have at least 2 popular kinds of cheese. Try combine different styles. textures and colours. Start off with one soft-ripened, one hard and one blue, and then add something with a bit more flavour if you're feeling adventurous.