The most popular recipes in February

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The most popular recipes in February

What have you been cooking over the last month? We’re rounding up the recipes you loved most in February.

10. Chilli-ginger hake

Even those who don’t love cooking fish will nail this recipe. Simply pop the glazed fish into the oven and let the grill do the hard work.
Chilli-ginger hakeGet the recipe for chilli-ginger hake here.

9. Sweet potato tagine

Yes, you can have a hearty tagine on the table in under an hour.
Sweet potato tagineGet the recipe for sweet potato tagine here.

8. Beef with oyster sauce

This has only been live on the site for a few weeks and is already proving to be one of our all-time favourite recipes.
Beef with oyster sauceGet the recipe for beef with oyster sauce here.

7. Chicken stir-fry

What else do you cook when you need dinner on the table ASAP?Chicken stir-fryGet the recipe for chicken stir fry here.

6. Korean-style keema

Another genius way to use mince, this keema offers an interesting midweek dinner option that is no more complicated than any other stir-fry recipe.
Korean-style keemaGet the recipe for Korean-style keema here.

5. Pork pad Thai

The old faithful gets a refresh with the addition of pork and comes together in less time than it would take for a delivery to arrive.
Pork pad ThaiGet the recipe for pork pad Thai here.

4. Egyptian mesaka’a

Not to be confused with its Greek cousin moussaka, this mesaka’a means you’ll have a hearty brinjal-and-beef dish on the table in under an hour.
Egyptian mesaka’aGet the recipe for Egyptian mesaka’a here.

3. Custard slice

Are we surprised that this nostalgic custard slice is top of the most-loved recipes this month? Not even a little bit.
Custard-sliceGet the recipe for custard slice here.

2. Chicken cacciatore

No surprises that this was one of the popular recipes this month – it’s a classic for a reason.
Chicken-cacciatoreGet the recipe for chicken cacciatore here.

1. Butter chicken noodles

Trust Khanya to make a much-loved, comforting dish even more comforting. We were sceptical of this at first, but in this recipe’s short lifespan it’s already become one of our favourite midweek go-to’s.
butter chicken noodlesGet the recipe for butter chicken noodles here.

Jess Spiro Article by: Jess Spiro

Jess Spiro is a freelance food writer, chef and restaurant critic based in Cape Town, who can often be found in search of the next great plate of food. Follow her on Instagram @jess_spiro to see what she's eating.

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