Your favourite recipes in March

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Dad's oxtail

It’s not even the month of Easter, and yet three of your favourite recipes in March are long-weekend favourites.

10. Cape Malay-style pickled fish

An old Cape recipe, with a few additions and subtractions, this meal is best left for two or three days to allow the fish to absorb the flavours.

Get the recipe here.

9. Traditional hot cross buns

Sure, store-bought hot cross buns are great, but have you ever had the aroma of freshly baked hot cross buns wafting through your house?
Bonus points for using your home-made hot cross buns in the hot cross bun ice cream sandwich (see #5, below).


Get the recipe here.

8. Kayla-Ann Osborn’s gran’s Bolognese

Her gran’s Bolognese was the first thing Kayla-Ann Osborne (executive head chef at Umhlanga’s The Chefs’ Table) learned to cook as a child. She still has it on her birthday every year.

Get the recipe here.

7. Dad’s oxtail

The change of season is upon us and what better dish to celebrate the occasion than a 6-hour oxtail?
Dad's oxtail
Get the recipe here.

6. The fudgiest brownies (with 3 insane toppings)

“The only way I can improve on one of these is when I sneak the almost empty Nutella jar from the cupboard before anyone else gets to it, add hot milk to the jar and shake it up for the best ever hot chocolate to go with the brownie.” says TASTE food director Abigail Donnelly, “But a great cup of coffee will do, too.”
Get the recipe here.

5. Hot cross bun caramel ice-cream sandwiches

Just when you thought hot cross buns couldn’t get any better…

Get the recipe here.

4. Puffy cheese toasties

These puffy cheese toasties are similar to Welsh rarebit, or a croque monsieur, but without the fuss and the ham.

Get the recipe here.

3. Bolognese with gnocchi

Everyone should have an excellent Bolognese recipe in their repertoire – and this is definitely one for keeps.

Get the recipe here.

2. Siba Mtongana’s next-level pancake cake

Pancakes and coconut cream chocolate ganache. It’s hardly surprising that Siba Mtongana’s recipe has cracked the number two spot in March.

Get the recipe here.

1. Abi’s ultimate braaibroodjies

TASTE food director Abigail Donnelly reveals not just one, but three, secret ingredients to her ultimate braaibroodjies.

Get the recipe here.

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