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From chilli-laced condiments and cascading cakes to culinary entrepreneurs at Maker’s Landing, we talk a look at what’s hot in the food world right now. Look out for:
- A new crop of chilli products and sauces has our attention. Try out this insanely good crispy chilli peanut sprinkle.
- The tsunami cake may have started on TikTok, but it’s since taken over the baking world. Abi’s Peppermint Crisp tsunami cake will show why. Get the recipe here.
- We take a look at the culinary entrepreneurs at the V&A Waterfront’s new food hot spot, Maker’s Landing.
You don’t need a fishing licence to get more seafood into the weekly rotation. Abigail Donnelly raided the freezer section and the pantry aisle to serve affordable gourmet crab rolls, a spicy salmon bowl, mussel pasta and more.
Hannah Lewry’s favourite ingredients
Hannah Lewry shares the 10 ingredients you’ll always find in her kitchen. And here’s how to use them in weeknight dishes – crispy pork rashers, peri-peri chicken thighs, hot buttered rice and charred pepper pasta – that you’ll make again and again.
A supersized toastie tray bake, giant fig-glazed sausage roll and a deconstructed bobotie feature in Khanya Mzongwana’s line-up of dishes celebrating the sweet-savoury possibilities of jam.
Phillippa Cheifitz has new takes on everyone’s shape-shifting, budget-beating family favourite – from a pork-and-noodle fry-up to baked meatballs and hidden-veg cottage pie.
The spice trio
Fresh, dried, pickled or ground – garlic, chilli and ginger are the kind of ingredients that make their presence felt. Don’t confine them to curries or stir-fries, they deserve more!