Category Archive: easy recipes

Fruity Chicken Bake

Lip smacking, rib sticking, finger-licking fruity chicken bake. Sorry folks, got a bit carried away, but be prepared to write this recipe down quite a few times. You can of course just send… Continue reading

Going on a Cooking and baking Safari with The Food Fox

Safari dried fruits and nuts have been around for many years and, just like me, I think you also might have fond memories of some or other confectionery from your mom or grans… Continue reading

Yes, you can bake cake in an Air Fryer!

Can you bake in an Air Fryer? If I had a dime for every time I answered this question, I would be able to buy quite a few Air Fryers and give them… Continue reading

Countdown to Christmas Menu – Fruity Leg of Lamb

One week has passed since I posted my last Countdown to Christmas Festive Roulade and now time is running out if you have not booked or ordered your favorite Christmas Roast.Although many families… Continue reading

Cheesy Pasta Shells in a rich tomato sauce

Making these stuffed pasta shells was my come back after a few days of non-cooking in My Easy Cooking HQ. If you are in the kitchen all day, every day, then trust me,… Continue reading

Easy Beef Enchiladas – Too tasty to be Low GI

Beef Enchiladas and Low GI, not necessarily two concepts that gel together, but as I have explained earlier in the week with my Low GI Mexican Fish Cakes, a small alteration here and… Continue reading

My Easy Lemon Meringue Pie Recipe

In October 2008, I posted a plea for a full proof lemon meringue recipe! Wow, I got recipes from all over the world, most of them basically the same recipe, but I did… Continue reading

Spanish Fritata #2 – My children call it vegetables in disguise!

I often make fritata, it is a great throw-together-in-a-flash meal and if you play your cards right, you are guaranteed a meal so packed with flavors and textures that it needs very little… Continue reading

Middle of the week Spaghetti with Lobster!

Eating lobster in the middle of the week is how my husband measures whether blogging is a feasible profession or not. I see a few raised eyebrows so let me explain. He often… Continue reading

Nina’s RSG Sandwiches

I was fortunate to have a chat with Johan Rademan on RSG on Tuesday, but I am sure you all know that already from following Twitter and Facebook!. Never in my wildest dreams… Continue reading

Snacks – Eggplant Antipasto Recipe

Snacks, snacks and more snacks….phew, I’m tired just thinking about it! It is the time of year where I wish I had a personal caterer who would, at the drop of a hat… Continue reading

Chicken Breyani from the Bo Kaap.

To me Chicken Breyani and the aromas of a fragrant curry simmering somewhere are reminiscent of the Bo Kaap. Whenever I visit Atlas Trading to stock up on spices, those are the aromas… Continue reading

Moroccan Kefta

I love Moroccan Food. I love the intensity of flavors, the colors and the aromas in my kitchen while cooking Moroccan dishes are just so addictive. Some of the typically Moroccan spices I… Continue reading

Limoncello Cupcakes!

Limoncello Cupcakes! It sound delicious doesn’t it? The perfect treat to celebrate the arrival of Spring. Here in Cape Town however, the weather is pretty much one day hot and one day not,… Continue reading

Sticky Chicken – only 3 ingredients, I promise!

I have various recipes for sticky chicken because on Fridays we eat finger food and for my children finger food would not be the same without Sticky chicken. Many years ago there was… Continue reading

Phyllo Baked Camembert with Red wine and Onion Jam!

Share¬†Camembert is one of the most famous French Cheeses and it is definitely my favorite cheese. Finding empty cheese wrappers every time I open the cheese compartment in my fridge, is enough reason… Continue reading

Grilling Chicken – Spicy Spatchcock Chicken that is!

Grilling chicken can be tricky and trust me I have eaten a few disasters in my time. I cannot stand undercooked chicken. When there is the slightest hint of pink or bloodiness near… Continue reading

Easy pasta recipes- Pasta with Biltong, butternut and bacon!!!

More easy pasta recipes, you would ask? How is it possible that there can be more pasta recipes? As you search the internet, you will find that pasta is no longer just enjoyed… Continue reading

Papaya Lassi – Delicious and healthy way to start the week!

A mango lassi is typically an Indian drink and is very similar to a fruit shake or milkshake, but the milk is just replaced by yogurt. Yogurt is one of the most used… Continue reading

Quesidillas – Beef, Avo and Corn

Quesidillas, when made properly, is a delight to eat. It is easy to make, gentle on the pocket and you can have your meal in less than 10 minutes…. However, there are few… Continue reading