Month: March 2018

Pineapple Curry Fried Rice

Pineapple Curry Fried Rice

I saw this on an episode on Binging with Babish on Youtube, it sounded delicious but too much work, hence my simplified version. Hubby said it was delicious THREE times while we were eating so I must have done something right. Ingredients: 1 cup Jasmine 

Speckled Egg Brownies

Speckled Egg Brownies

These are an adaptation of my Oreo Brownie recipe, inspired by Easter. My original plan was to buy marshmallow eggs and pour half the batter into a baking dish, layer with some Beacon Easter Mallows and pour the rest of the mixture over. Just think of 

Giant Sweetcorn Fritters & Poached Eggs

Giant Sweetcorn Fritters & Poached Eggs

This next recipe is inspired by Woolies Cafe Sweetcorn Waffles. I don’t have a waffle maker so opted for giant Sweetcorn Fritters instead. You could use this same mixture in your waffle maker if you want them crispy! I like to think of these as 

Mumbai Cafe – Klipfontein Road, Cape Town

Mumbai Cafe – Klipfontein Road, Cape Town

On a cloudy Saturday afternoon, hubby and I got into the car with the intention of driving around Rylands (Athlone) looking for good Indian street food. I know where all the most well known places are: Altaf Chicken Tikka, Wembley, Golden Dish etc. but haven’t 

Chicken Satay Noodle Bowl with Peanut Dressing

Chicken Satay Noodle Bowl with Peanut Dressing

This dish was made with bits and bobs from my fridge. I had one wheel of rice noodles left, which isn’t enough for two people on its own, but other ingredients bulked it up for the salad. The chicken satay is adapted from a recipe 

Kathi Roll

Kathi Roll

A Kathi Roll is a popular Indian street food made from a flatbread, egg omelette, chicken filling, salad and sauces. We woke up late on Sunday morning so instead of making eggs, I made this! It was the perfect brunch meal. Ingredients: To make 1 

Patha Chaat

Patha Chaat

As you can see, I have been heavily inspired by Indian street food this week. Hubby found an amazing YouTube channel for us to watch which I can’t get enough of. It’s called The Food Ranger  – Trevor James is a travel & food blogger who goes 

Cranberry & Coconut Macaroon Crunchies

Cranberry & Coconut Macaroon Crunchies

I can eat the same thing for breakfast for weeks on end then suddenly cannot stand the sight of it. That’s what happened with this Cranberry & Coconut Macaroon Muesli from Woolies.  I bought it to eat with yoghurt for breakfast but didn’t quite manage 

Stovetop Mac & Cheese

Stovetop Mac & Cheese

You guys know I love pasta, but with water restrictions in place it’s a waste of water to boil pasta. This stovetop Mac and Cheese doesn’t waste a single drop and plus its so easy and saves time you won’t be making it any other