The latest issue of Woolworths TASTE is here and it’s filled with recipes that will make you feel good inside and out. Make Abigail Donnelly’s crunchy midweek stir-fries, hit reset with Hannah Lewry’s flavour-packed, feel good recipes, and think outside the box with Khanya Mzongwana’s next-level lunch recipes. You can get your issue at your local Woolworths, plus it is available for digital download via zinio.com and magzter.com. Whichever way you get your copy of TASTE, here is what you can look forward to in the issue:
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Whether you’re cooking at home or heading out to explore, here’s what’s hot in the food world right now:
- ¡Ay, Caramba! Spicy food is so hot right now (sorry, not sorry) and we can’t think of a more comforting vehicle for fiery flavours than everyone’s current sandwich fixation, the Mexican torta.
- Our top predictions for 2022: Comfort classics with novel treatments, communal dining, more plant-based alternatives, and all of the sweet treats are on the horizon this year.
- On our radar: Plant-based eating is going nowhere, folks. We share our new favourite ways to eat fruit and veg.
- Anatomy of a dish: At The Living Room at Summerhill Estate in the KZN Midlands, east Asia meets South Africa in chef Johannes Richter’s spice-battered cauliflower nuggets with home-fermented Durban-style shoyu.
- Did someone say Chuckles? Since debuting on Woolies’ shelves, the chocolate-coated malted orbs have not only cornered the market, but kept evolving to keep the TASTE team well and truly hooked.
After the indulgence of the festive season, we’re all looking for balance, and Abigail Donnelly’s quick weeknight stir-fries will add crunch, colour and flavour to your plate.
Need a post-holiday reboot? We hear you. Hannah Lewry’s seasonal recipes extract every bit of flavour from the kind of ingredients that make you feel good from the inside out.
A NEW ICE AGE
Keep your cool – and lose the guilt – with Abigail Donnelly’s chilled desserts featuring less sugar, less dairy, less fat and less effort, from a pistachio-tahini sundae to a three-ingredient fruity sorbet sandwich.
OUT THE BOX
Whether you’re back in an office or still WFH, everyone could use some desk lunch inspo. These inspired ideas from Khanya Mzongwana will get you through the week.
IS THERE VEG IN MY SAUCE?
Whether you have a veg-resistant partner, picky offspring or just want more plants on your plate, Bianca Strydom’s ingenious recipes (including the latest riff on mac and cheese and superfood hash browns) will win them over.
THE GREEN LIGHT
Not content to play sidekick on the table, plants have stepped up to the main plate. About time, too. Give the carnivores a dilemma with these veg showstoppers from Phillippa Cheifitz.