How To Make An Avocado Bun Burger


The Avocado Bun Burger – otherwise known as ‘The Guac Burger’ – is the only burger you’ll ever need a knife and fork for to eat.  The beef patty itself can be substituted for anything you fancy and a sliced roasted sweet potato would be pretty darn tasty if you want to go Vegan.

 

Croissant Breakfast Casserole with Mushrooms and Swiss Cheese


Here’s really great recipe for a delightful weekend breakfast.

 

Mexican Polenta With Bacon


The recipe from recipes from a pantry is super easy to make. Fry the bacon, add in some sweet corn, spring onions, tomatoes and smoky chipotle paste. Add this mix along with some refried beans to a creamy and cheesy polenta, bake for 20 minutes and you are done. The result is bacon, Mexican food and polenta heaven! Check out the video below.

 

Cheesy Shrimp and Grits


This Southern specialty is simplistic in its preparation and ingredients. This is comfort food you can enjoy any time of year.

 

Peppermint Crisp Tart Ice Cream Sandwiches


Peppermint Crisp Tart is a real South African favourite and a fantastic crowd-pleaser that is sure to disappear quickly at any gathering! 

 

Champagne and Mushroom Risotto with Black Rice


Black is the new green when it comes to food. Black rice is an anti inflammatory food with as many antioxidants as blueberries and blackberries and 6 times more than brown rice. 

 

Chilli BBQ Prawns With Pickled Cucumber And Aioli


An easy appetiser, the tang of the pickled cucumber is a great counterpart to the spice of the prawns.

 

Scrambled Egg and Boerewors Breakfast Tortillas


Scrambled eggs, cheese and sausage links rolled and baked inside a corn tortilla. These Egg and Sausage Breakfast Taquitos are simple and delicious!

 

Go Decadent With A Brownie And Bourbon Caramel Trifle


The basic principle of the classic British trifle is simple: Assemble layers of whipped cream, custard, cake and fruit in a glass trifle dish. That’s it!

 

Creamy polenta eggs with chorizo


Baked eggs over creamy polenta with chorizo…. for breakfast or dinner. These baked eggs are easy to fall in love with, not only for their easy, one-skillet preparation, but also for their rich, flavorful Spanish flavors. A creamy bed of warm polenta, seasoned with a hint of smoked paprika provides a fluffy bed for eggs and chorizo to nest in – then the whole skillet is placed in the oven to bake, just until the whites of the eggs are set. The polenta is deliciously seasoned from the warm spices of the chorizo. 

 
 
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