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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Lemon and Ricotta Stuffed Chicken Breasts

'Simple and delicious': my favourite description for food. Chicken breasts tend to be on the dry side so stuffing them with cheese, especially ricotta or feta, will keep them succulent and tender. Lemon and chicken are also best friends so you're always going to win when you pair the two of them together.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Easy Pork Fillet Casserole

This is a little one-pot wonder that will not fail to impress. Pork fillet is delicate and easily dries out so this is the perfect way to ensure that stays tender and juicy. I often add a tablespoon or two of creme fraiche just before serving to add a little richness to the dish.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Chicken and Pawpaw Skewers with Chimichurri dressing

A simple, but delicious way to sex-up your chicken breasts; sweet pawpaw, slightly charred with succulent chicken all doused in a spicy chimichurri dressing. I make these skewers on the stove in a large frying pan as I feel that doing them on the braai can sometimes dry them out a little, but it's up to you!

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Ultimate Pulled Pork Sandwich

I'm pretty sure I've created the ultimate pulled pork sandwich...that's an extreme statement I do realise, but I don't think you can go wrong with succulent, slightly sweet and spiced pulled pork, crunchy coleslaw with a touch of fresh ginger and home-made mayo on crisp ciabatta...

Easy Mayonnaise

Nothing beats home-made mayonnaise, NOTHING! home-made vs store-bought is like butter vs margarine in my books...alright you do get some great store-bought options but they're still filled with preservatives and everything unnatural. A lot of people avoid making their own mayonnaise because they find it tricky but in the latest episode of Kitchen Hacks I show you that it really isn't

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

The easiest way to make Popcorn

In my latest episode of Kitchen Hacks, my Youtube channel, I investigated the easiest way to make popcorn and the result may be surprising to some as the answer is in the microwave, but not in a store-bought bag, just a regular paper bag and 2 1/2 minutes of your time will give you perfectly popped popcorn!