Category Archive: nina timm

Pumpkin Fritters

I posted this recipe for pumpkin fritters about 2 years ago and have sins adapted the recipe to improve the taste. Not that there was anything wrong with the original recipe, I just… Continue reading

roasted garlic, corn and butternut risotto

This time of year, I want winter-warming recipes, recipes that stick to my ribs and warm me up from the inside. A creamy risotto does just that. I think it is so awesome … Continue reading

Sexy Salsa Breakfast Wraps

Sexy Salsa Breakfast wraps ….I like the idea of sexy food, food that does a happy dance in your mouth and is packed with bursts of flavor. However, I receive so many requests… Continue reading

Vegetarian Spaghetti Carbonara

The idea of a vegetarian Spagetthi Carbonara will surely send  shivers down  the spines of those who love this classic Italian dish. I know of one person in particular who will most probably… Continue reading

Tangy Chicken Kebabs with creamy orange mayonnaise

Making chicken kebabs in the middle of winter when it is cold and Cape Town is showing you her cold shoulder, seems like such a crazy idea, but enjoyed around a cosy fire… Continue reading

Greek Honey Cakes

I had these Greek Honey Cakes in my mind the minute I woke up yesterday morning. For a change we had no sport, no birthday parties and no shopping to do….just a chilaxing… Continue reading

Smoked Snoek Tartlets and Soup for a quick supper!

A dozen of these Smoked Snoek Tartlets and some chunky vegetable soup, saved my behind last night for supper. I don’t know about you, but my days are definitely a few hours too… Continue reading

Meraai se Chicken Pie (Paai) on RSG

Meraai se Chicken Pie will feature on my radio slot tomorrow morning on RSG. I do not know who Meraai was or where this pie comes from, but it certainly is the best… Continue reading

Food4Kidz – get involved, please!

Food4Kidz is a registered well-fare organization and I had the honor and privilege to work with them during my stay in the beautiful Bloemfontein. You will still hear a lot about my trip… Continue reading

Gnocchi with Tomato and Basil

There is something so comforting about gnocchi, I am not sure if it is the sense of accomplishment for trying to make them rather than buy them, or whether it is the comfort… Continue reading

Scrumptious Moroccan Chicken Pie

This Moroccan Chicken Pie was so delicious and if this is the kind of quality tried and tested recipes I can expect to find in Jane-Anne”s new cookbook, I certainly cannot wait for… Continue reading

Scrumptious Rum and Raisin Chocolate Truffles on RSG

These Rum and raisin truffles had to be locked away in my cupboard for two reasons, The one being that hubby wanted to eat them all, the other was that these truffles are… Continue reading

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

Creamy, dreamy mushroom sauce!

This is the mushroom sauce you have always been dreaming of. Ser-i-aasssss, (Serious) people, you have to trust me on this one. My “critics” voted this the best sauce I have ever made… Continue reading

Nutty Chicken Schnitzels with dried fruit chutney

My family loves chicken schnitzels, but because it is a bit of  a labor-of-love with-thing with the stages of egg wash, flour, egg wash again and then the crumbing, I very seldom make… Continue reading

Easy Easter Breakfast Buns or Roll on RSG

If you see the recipe for this my Easy Easter Breakfast Buns you will kick yourself and say: “Now, why did I not think of that?” Maybe you have and if so, drop… Continue reading

My Easy Chocolate Eclairs

My easy Chocolate eclairs? What makes this recipes so special that I can claim it for myself? Trial and error and 2 batches of  flop eclairs. In my family if you have learned… Continue reading

Fired up and Cooking Amarula Malva Pudding on RSG

Malva pudding must be South Africa’s most favorite dessert. Actually a winter dessert, but any full-blooded South African, will eat Malva Pudding year in  and year out.Another typically south African activity is camping… Continue reading

Halloumi Wraps with Curried Peach Chutney

With these Halloumi wraps we jumped right back into the no-meat phase after we cheated a quite few times this weekend. I started cheating already on Thursday, but hubby only realized he was… Continue reading

Budget Custard and Caramel Pavlova for end of the month blues!

Making a budget pavlova sounds like a bit of a contradiction doesn’t it? After all this is a rich and very elegant dessert, using only the best ingredients. Any dessert that is named… Continue reading