Welcome to the long weekend!
Since it’s Youth Day and Father’s Day’s this weekend, we bet that you’ve got quite a jam-packed schedule filled with celebrations… Stressing over what to cook should be the least of your worries – we’ve got you covered!
Bacon and eggs are what long weekends demand! Up your game with this rich duck fat egg toastie and serve with bacon.
If you’re having guests over this weekend here’s a elegant tart that will put your seasonal pears to good use – pear and blue cheese tart.
In the vegetarian department, we’ve got this creamy roasted vegetable and coconut milk soup. This soup was created to be enjoyed during the chilly months and it is also both vegan and low carb.
The fact that this is a long weekend means that you’ll need lots of nibbles and snacks on hand – these oyster sauce chicken spring rolls are ideal for that.
Everyone loves a good, dense, chocolatey brownie, but these of cause need to be enjoyed in moderation… These healthy brownies are filled with hidden zucchini and an avocado has been sneaked into the frosting – genius! So you can happily munch away without feeling too guilty.
When it rains or even when the weather starts to feel the slightest bit chilly it’s always a good idea to cook a pot of soup or, better yet, curry!A yoghurt marinated lamb curry that oozes with comforting Winter flavours is what your weekend menu needs.
For your Sunday tea time / after lunch treat indulge in this twist on an old, local favourite – rooibos malva pudding.
For last week’s weekend feast click HERE.