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Monday supper

Beef stew served with savoury rice( rice with green, red and yellow pepper, bacon and garnished with bacon) and broccoli and cauliflower salad


Oil, beef stew, water, tomato sauce, paprika, fresh garlic, ginger, salt, Rajah mild and spicy curry powder, garam masala, onion, chopped, beef and rosemary dry cook in sauce, Fresh coriander to garnish


Add oil to the pan and add the beef. When the beef has browned, Add , tomato sauce, garlic, ginger, paprika, mild and spicy, salt, black pepper, and garam masala.
Stir with a wooden spoon until the mixture has thicken up a bit. Add water and cook, when the beef has cooked Add the chopped onion and stir it all together. Cook on low heat and add beef and rosemary dry cook in sauce and simmer

Cook rice according to instructions on the pack.
Fry bacon until crispy. Remove bacon from thd pan, fry onion, green, red and yellow pepper until cooked. Add black pepper, salt. And simmer. Add the peppers and bacon to the rice and garnish with fresh coriander

Broccoli and cauliflower salad- Boil cauliflower and broccoli, when cooked, drain the water. When cooled, add salt, black pepper, cheese and blue cheese dressing.

Source: Portia’s Catering

Chicken wings

Clean the wings, after add salt, paprika, chilli powder, chicken spice and a small amount of oil and mix. Put the chicken wings in the oven for 45minutes.

In a pan, fry onion, add garlic. Add sweet chilli sauce, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper and stir until everything is mixed together. Add the sauce to the wings and enjoy.

Source: Portia’s Catering

Jam tarts

6 cups of flour 
2 cups of corn flour
4 eggs
2 tablespoons of vanilla essence
2 and half cups of sugar
jam spread of your choice
500g margarine

cream margarine and sugar
add eggs and vanilla,
add flour one cup at a time, add cornflour
divide your dough into half, place the half into the baking tray,
roll out until all the corners are filled and level, 
bake until golden brown at 160 degrees
remove and spread your jam on, grate the remaining half of the dough onto the tart and return to the oven and bake the top part until golden brown, remove, cool and cut into squares.

Source: Zaza’s Kitchen

Custard Scones

8 cups of flour 
8 teaspoon of baking powder
half cup of custard powder
500 mg of rama
1 spoon of vanila essence
1 cup of sugar
3 cups of water if not enaf u may add more.
Rub flour rama n sugar n add the custard powder and baking powder at the end
mix water n essence. 
then mix all together bake for 10 min at 190 degree 
no milk
No eggs

Source: Ke Chaka


Baby red cabbage
Bby green cabbage
2 medium apples
Half lemon 🍋
2 grated carrots

Cut ur cabbages nicely and grate your carrots 🥕 and slices your apples and put them in separate bowl and sqweez lemon 🍋 juice on them and after transfer them to cabbage mixture and dress with mayonnaise and season with Aromat
And walla.

Source: km Maleka


3x1kg Rama origional
1kg Icing sugar 
20 cups cake flour
500g Maizena corn flour
10ml Vanilla n lemon essence
Mix Rama n icing sugar add essences, add flour n corn flour kuhlanganise until kubeSmooth then kwenze amabhola Aman ane esandleni bese usebenzisa amaCutter for shape.

Source: Wezie Manana

Savoury rice

Chop onion, garlic, red pepper,yellow pepper,carrot,spinach and mushrooms in into small pieces. Cook your rice and set aside. Fry onion,garlic, carrot and peppers together add some paprika and then add mushrooms and spinach add salt and pepper to taste. Once cooked add your rice and mix together.

Source: Vn Dlamini