Great Recipes For Small Get-Togethers

We’re officially on Level 1 of the nationwide lockdown that was implemented in March of this year when the Novel Coronavirus landed on South African shores. Since then, we’ve had our mettle tested with one of the strictest lockdowns in the world being implemented to curb the spread of the virus. Looking back, it’s hard to believe how much time has passed, getting back on track with friends and family in a controlled and responsible environment is one of the many things that we are all looking forward to. We’ve got some great recipe ideas that will go a long way in helping you prepare for that long awaited reunion.

Starters Anyone?

Everyone loves an appetising starter. The delicious Peppadew Poppers are a great conversation starter and are made with flavourful ingredients, cream cheese and delicious chives. This starter will definitely sit well with your guests and leave them anticipating the main course. 

Brandy Flambéed Chicken Livers  

Another great starter choice is the tasty Brandy Flambéed Chicken Livers. Your friends and family will love this delightful starter for its flavour and creamy texture. Enjoyed with a side of braai bread, this chicken liver starter will have your guests ready for the main course. 

Crispy And Sticky Chicken Wings

Let us face it, no South African get-together would be complete without some crispy chicken wings. The Crispy and Sticky Chicken Wings recipe is great because it can be enjoyed in between conversation with friends and family. It’s also easy to prepare and cooks in no time. Did we mention you pop these into the oven? Yes, into the oven it goes. No standing in front of a hot stove, just quick, easy and delicious food. Use a tried and trusted range of Herbs and Spices to give your chicken wings exotic flavour, sensational seasoning and delicious taste.  

Dessert, Glorious Dessert!

Malva pudding with a twist? The Chocolate And Pear Spicy Malva Pudding is a great way to end off a memorable meal. Surprise your guests with this decadently delicious dessert of Malva pudding with pears, mixed spice and cinnamon. Sound delicious much? Yeah, we think it does too!

Coming together to share a meal and celebrate how far we have come since the early days of the lockdown is truly an expression of who we are as a nation. Family, friends and colleagues have much to celebrate as we embrace the future, recipe book in one hand and determination in the other!

The Gardener