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Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup

By Stephny-Ann Claassen  INGREDIENTS 1 Tbsp sunflower oil 1 small onion (Finely chopped) 1 small garlic clove (Very finely chopped) 1 Litre chicken stock 75g vermicelli tagliati 2 chicken fillets Parsley Salt & pepper METHOD Pre-prepare chicken into strips and cook... Continue Reading →


bored of those fried eggs?

BY Olivia Saffer Here are two simple tricks to liven up fried eggs. Homemade tomato sauce 1 sachet tomato paste 1 tablespoon vinegar or to taste pinch salt pinch pepper pinch cayenne pepper (optional) 1/3 teaspoon mixed herbs (dried, so... Continue Reading →

Kitchen Confidence

By Robin-Birgit Blaauw Welcome to Kitchen Confidence!! Unlike me, a lot of my friends actually don’t know how to cook, not even 2 minute noodles for that matter. If this is you, I am here to help. Kitchen Confidence is... Continue Reading →

Spicy Chicken Stew with Vegetables

By Stephny Claassen Preparation time: 15 Minutes Cooking time: 55 Minutes Serves: 4 to 6 Ingredients 1 Tbsp. (15 ml) cooking oil 6 chicken pieces 1 onion, finely chopped ½ green pepper, finely chopped 1 Tbsp. (15 ml) Rajah Flavourful &... Continue Reading →

Some salad?

BY Olivia Saffer Tomato salad This salad is a breeze to prepare. Serves 1. All you need is: 1 large tomato 1/4 round of feta Sunflower seeds Mint/coriander/rocket or a combination Balsamic vinegar Chop the tomato, throw in the rest... Continue Reading →

Curried sweet potato and butternut soup

BY Olivia Saffer This seasonal soup is perfect for cold winter evenings.  It's also delicious served cold, so it's good fit summer, too! The proportions here will give a single person leftovers. Ingredients 1 medium sweet potato, cubed 1 butternut,... Continue Reading →

Pumpkin 3 ways

By Mareli Swart Ever bought one of those steam packets of pumpkin at the supermarket only to realise it is way too much for a single meal? Well, good news is that there are multiple easy ways to use your... Continue Reading →

1-2-3 Banana Pancakes

By Mareli Swart This easy to make pancake recipe may be known to many, but not so much loved. This is an improved recipe. Ingredients: 1 Ripe Banana 2 Eggs Salt to taste Cinnamon Cooking spray, oil or butter for... Continue Reading →


By Lindsay Thys So living in res, you do not always feel like cooking, but I’ve taken the time to try out some quick and easy dishes that are delicious and fit the student budget too! Easy Pasta Bolognaise  Ingredients:... Continue Reading →

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