Ratatouille is usually served as a side dish, but may also be served as a meal on its own when accompanied by rice, pasta or bread. Follow this easy step-by-step recipe to create a quick meal, or the perfect filling for savoury crepes and omelettes.
A popular Mexican dish, nachos are usually crispy tortilla chips covered in melted cheese and other delicious toppings – such as chilli con carne, chicken and jalapenos. Follow this easy recipe and create platters of irresistible snack food for your next big party.
A pasta dish made from fettuccine pasta tossed with parmesan cheese and butter, Fettuccine Alfredo is a popular Italian dish which is very quick to make by following this easy recipe. Surprisingly, traditional Fettuccine Alfredo doesn’t contain mushrooms or ham but I’ve included it in the recipe as that is what we South Africans are…
A pork knuckle covered by a thick layer of fat, the eisbein is a tender and aromatic German dish which needs to cook for a long time before it’s ready to be enjoyed. Use this easy recipe to achieve your perfect eisbein, and serve it with potatoes and sauerkraut.
Schnitzel means cutlet in German, and is a popular deep-fried and breaded dish enjoyed in many countries throughout the world. By following this easy recipe you can make scrumptious chicken schnitzels for dinner – always a winner with kids in particular.
Stir-frying is a fast Asian cooking method which allows vegetables and meat to retain both texture and flavour. This quick and easy beef stir-fry recipe originates in China, and is an appetising dish best served with rice.
Carpaccio is a dish of traditionally thinly sliced raw meat, and more often than not served as an appetiser. This very easy beef Carpaccio recipe celebrates good beef and can be used as a starter or simply as delectable hors d’oeuvres.