Whether you are a novice cook, a stay-out-of-the-kitchen person or, an experienced food-lover, a fine steak always means luxury. These properly matured Black Angus fillet steaks from Foodsaver Stores are just that. Grilled, pan seared or roasted, whichever way you decide to cook it, you will end up with a glorious meal on your plate.Continue reading
This Japanese style BBQ chicken, is perfect for kids and adults alike. Boneless, skinless thighs from Foodsaver Stores are perfect for the sticky, sweet and a little bit spicy marinade. Served with edamame fried rice is my ideal meal. I love edamame. My kids love it too. Instead of eating them plain, try adding them to fried rice for that extra bite.Continue reading
Isn’t this cake gorgeous? I once saw a red velvet marble cake and I thought these streaks of red colour in a yellow cake look so amazing. Not a huge fan of food colouring, so I wanted to create a more natural colour. Continue reading
Don’t you just love easy meals bursting with flavour? When your guests are wowed and think that you spent endless time in the kitchen to prepare? When your hubby believes you are a domestic goddess when all you did was a fantastic marinade? I do! Black tiger prawns from Foodsaver Stores are so “meaty” and flavourful, they are your perfect excuse for a marinade. Continue reading
My new weekly staple. This loaf is so easy to make and so moist you wouldn’t believe it’s skinless, boneless chicken mince. The secret ingredient? Coarsely grated halloumi and strained Greek yogurt in the mix. Plus, you bake it in a greaseproof paper parcel. Continue reading
Just the word “tahini” is enough to make me want to eat this now. These boneless, skinless chicken thighs from Foodsaver Stores are a staple in my freezer. Marinated in tahini, lemon juice and garlic, they become the perfect, healthy meal. The chicken soaks up all the flavours from the marinade and becomes really flavourful, soft and moist. The saffron adds depth, amazing aroma and a gorgeous golden colour. Continue reading
All the satisfaction with a third of the guilt. Ok, so I added some cream. You can make this with 3 cups of yogurt and have zero guilt. But, hear me, this is nothing compared to the guilt that comes with motherhood. Plus, you are not going to eat the whole loaf (are you?)!