This spicy Moroccan chickpea salad has all the elements that make a salad fabulous. It is filled with crunchy greens, sweet butternut, juicy tomatoes, spicy chickpeas, and a zingy honey mustard salad dressing. I got the inspiration for this salad from one of our chain coffee shops, Mugg and Bean, who serves a similar salad. It is my absolute favorite item on their menu and I order this every time I visit them. This is my version of their Spicy Moroccan chickpea salad, and it is mighty good!Continue reading “Spicy Moroccan chickpea salad”
Summer honey mustard trout with pineapple salsa.
Trout is such a delicious freshwater fish and makes such a lovely lunch or light dinner on a hot summer day. My hubby cooked this summer honey mustard trout over the coals, and I made a pineapple salsa to complement it along with some roasted sweet potatoes for Sunday lunch today.
Recently, we had the opportunity to fish at a beautiful dam at the Horseshoe Trout and About while being on holiday in Sabie, Mpumalanga. It is a beautiful way to spend your day in nature and we were fortunate enough to catch quite a few trouts. Horse Shoe Trout and About cleans and vacuum packs all your caught fish for a small fee. Better and fresher you won’t find.Continue reading “Summer honey mustard trout.”
Need something comforting? Then why not try this easy butternut and red lentil soup with coconut milk?Continue reading “Easy butternut and red lentil soup”
Chicken parmesan ziti bake is a delicious, easy pasta bake that will feed a large family. It takes little time to assemble, making this the perfect dinner choice for evenings where you are in a hurry.Continue reading “Chicken Parmesan Ziti bake”
This asparagus pea and lemon pasta is full of zesty, lemony goodness and is filled with simple and earthy ingredients. Top it with parmesan cheese and fresh herbs and serve with a green side salad for a complete meal.
This asparagus pea and lemon pasta will take you less than half an hour to prepare. I let it completely cool down in the refrigerator before serving. That way it is a really refreshing meal on a balmy summer’s eveningContinue reading “Asparagus pea and lemon pasta.”
This fabulous Mielietert (Sweet corn bake) is creamy and sweet, and it will fill your plate with some true South-African sunshine and hospitality. This is the ideal side dish for your braai (cookout) this weekend.
So yesterday was Heritage day here in South-Africa. It is a public holiday where we celebrate the heritage of the different cultures that make up the wonderful diversity of South-Africa. On this day, South-Africans all over get together to have a braai (cookout) with friends and family. As this recipe is a favorite in many South-African households, it sure to feature on many of the planned menus. This golden delight is sweet enough that you could have it for dessert. Mielietert (sweet corn bake), sweet as it is, compliments grilled meat very well. Mielietert is extremely easy to prepare, with just a few ingredients mixed together and then baked in the oven. Not much of a fuss for such delicious treat. I have never come across anyone who does not like this. So you better watch out, this will be eaten in a flash! Therefore you should consider making an extra one for later.
For this mielietert you will need:
- 2 cans of sweetcorn
- 4 extra-large eggs
- 60 ml real butter (melted)
- 60 ml white sugar
- 60 ml flour
- 15 ml baking powder
- Large pinch of salt
To make this:
Preheat the oven to 180°C and butter a large pie dish.
Add all the ingredients to a mixing bowl and stir well. Add the batter to the pie dish and place into the oven and bake for approximately one hour. Once ready, it will have a golden color. Mielietert tastes best when served slightly warm.
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Mielietert (Sweet corn Bake)
- 2 cans 420 g sweet corn
- 4 extra large eggs
- 60 ml melted butter
- 60 ml flour
- 15 ml baking powder
- Preheat the oven to 180° C
- Add all the ingredients to a large mixing bowl and mix with a wooden spoon.
- Pour the batter into a buttered pie dish and place in the oven.
- Bake for approximately 1 hour until golden in color.