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Recipes I've Shared:
A LCHF 'bread' in a cup
Hamburger patties made with Thai 7 Spice, garlic, thyme and nutmeg.
Zuchini cooked with yellow bell peppers, mushrooms and spices.
In South africa we cook green beans this way. It is yummy and even taste great cold on toast. my mom used to make this for me and gave me the leftovers as a sandwich the next day.
You can use fresh beans instead of frozen beans.
A South African warm salad. Full of fibre and nutritious. Cream can be left out but it is included into the nutitional information
Turkey, mayonnaise, chutney, onion and bell peppers cooked in a crockpot till a caramelized sauce forms
Pot roast beef with mango chutney, spices and red wine.
Melkkos! Comfort winter food from my childhood.
I wanted to try something different tonight and decided to make meatballs with onions, fresh chopped apples and spices (cinnamon, ginger, garlic, coriander and cayenne pepper).
I had this sauce tonight with chicken kebabs and a mix salad at a Persian restaurant. It was so amazing I asked the waiter for the recipe. I have not tried it yet, but I will make it soon.
Chicken meatballs flavoured with fresh basil leaves and mango chutney.
1 Serving = 1 coffee mug (280ml)
This meatballs are juicy, spicy and easy to make. You could adjust the spices to suit your own taste buds. Enjoy
Don't let the name put you off. These little delicous fried 'breads' rather than 'cakes' brings back so many memories of my child hood. My mom use to make these traditional little yummy fried bread when I was young.
We ate them with curry mince and as a cold snack with apricot jam and grated cheddar cheese. Absolutely yummy.
Just a bit of dinner
Tis is an old family favourite and has been dished up on special occasions many times. The original recipe is made with Cremora Coffee Creamer, however, I experimented a bit.
This brings so much memories back of my teenage years on a farm in South Africa. My mom made this as my favourite treat. She used normal jellie (jello) and evaporated milk.
This has been adapted from a traditional south african recipe (very rich and high in calories) to make it more 'diet' friendly but still attempting to get that 'rich' taste.
Thin sliced lamb steaks marinated in olive oil, rosemary, garlic and brandy.
A unique but interesting twist to serve prawns for dinner. If you like the dish less spicy reduce or leave the chilli flakes out.
I have adapted this a very rich oven-baked South African Chicken recipe to a lower carb version. It makes 3 servings.
I ate spinach mash in a restaurant and was impressed with it. This is a trial to see if I can create it.
Marinade meat for 2 hours and then barbecue or grill it for a spicy steak. Alternatively, cut the meat into strips marinade it for 2 hours and cooked with the marinade in a thick bottom pot.
A lady friend of mine used to make a cooked tuna dish using a tin of tuna in water and served it with rice. I re-created her recipe and added thai spices for a bit of a twist.
I use this beef filling when I make beef pies. At times I serve it with rice and a salad. Rice and salad nutritional information not included in this recipe
Grapefruit are spiced with ginger, cinnamon, chilli and indian spices to create a chutney. It can be used as a fruity and spicy dip for your snacks or condiment for curries.
I have adapted this recipe from a south african tart recipe to make 12 muffins
My favourite ingredients iall together in meatballs
A spicy minced beef dish with a fruity flavour. It does go well with Vetkoek. (See previous post)
I make this as a spread to eat on a sandwish
Meat balls made with worchestire sauce, ketch up, chutney and balsamic vinegar