10 Most viewed recipes on Food24 this week

Reuben's butternut, bacon and mushroom mac 'n cheese, microwave chocolate cake, the vegan dessert for Summer, and more!

11 Aug 2017
 

The week after Heritage Day is always an interesting food week. A lot of left over food is being enjoyed and repurposed as new meals - steak sarmie anyone? And, now that Heritage Day has passed, we can now enjoy a new variety of popular recipes, as readers began scouring for fresh meal inspiration.

Starting us off is local renowned chef Reuben Riffle's butternut, bacon and mushroom mac 'n cheese, which looks as good as it sounds. This recipe was part of a cooking challenge which saw Reuben Riffle and Luke Dale-Roberts put together their individual twists on the iconic and humble mac 'n cheese. Watch the video here to see who won.

Coming in at a close second on the list are the delicious stuffed cheese balls. Perfect as a pre-dinner snack or a meal for the kids. They are the definition of moreish, so make sure you prep enough!

Also on the list is Heinstirred's inventive Vegan choc mint tart. This is a real Summery treat both for vegans and non-vegans. And keeping with the chocolate theme, next up is an easy peasy microwave chocolate cake, which is incredibly handy for when you've forgotten a birthday or when that dessert has flopped and you need something ready in a jiffy! 

Reuben Riffle's butternut, bacon and mushroom mac 'n cheese

 


Sumptuous stuffed cheese balls

Tuna Fishcakes

 


Corn and tomato salad

  


Two-step chicken satay

Vegan choc mint tart

 


Microwave chocolate cake

 


Spinach and cheese braai pie

 


Creamy mushroom and chive pasta


Baby potato salad


Also read:

Smoked snoek and spinach phyllo pie
Pork chop carbonara
Beef short rib chilli con carne


Which recipe would you choose to cook at home this weekend?





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