The Springboks take on Tonga this weekend – and it’s one we’ll be watching with bated breath, snacks in hand!
After a rough match last week, South Africa has a lot to prove. So as you gather your loved ones and prepare to cheer on the team, we’re here to make sure everyone remains fed, regardless of how it all plays out.
When and where to watch South Africa vs Tonga in the Rugby World Cup 2023
Tune into DStv channels 201, 211 or 490, or SABC 2, on Sunday, 1 October, at 9pm to watch the South Africa vs Tonga RWC match. You can also catch the live stream on SABC Sport.
10 snacks that are better than plain old chips-and-dip
If garlic bread went to private school, this what the outcome would be! Not only is the dough gluten-free, but it is boosted with protein-rich lamb broth and is sure to satisfy a hungry crowd.
Mzansi-approved cheesy pull-apart bread that’s air-fryer friendly – the perfect half-time snack to serve up!
Minimal effort posh protein-packed tacos that use a freezer staple item in the best possible way, they’re a guaranteed crowd-pleasing snack.
If you have never tried pork belly bites in the air-fryer, it’s safe to say you are missing out! But what we love most about this recipe is you need very minimal ingredients and the air-fryer does all the work, although the results taste like you slaved for many hours to make such tasty morsels.
They’re sticky, sweet and bite-sized, but even better than all that is how this cheat’s two-ingredient dough makes these koeksister bites really easy to make and even easier to devour!
Have the crudités ready because this hummus recipe is perfection. It’s also a great alternative to serve those who aren’t keen on the taste of raw garlic in traditional hummus.
A good snack round-up wouldn’t be complete without loaded fries, but because we’re rooting for SA we’re topping them with good old tinned chakalaka.
They’re basically like s’mores but made with buttery crisp puff pastry in the air-fryer – so really what’s not to like?
Ditch basic hummus for this hearty, flavoursome version! The butternut not only bulks up your favourite hummus recipe, making it perfect for feeding a crowd, but it also adds an earthy sweet butternutty-ness that you won’t soon forget!
An air-fryer twist on a South African street food classic, this is a snack menu must! But don’t forgot the tomato sauce, mustard and atchar, because there is something magical about a saucy Russians and chip snacktuation!
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