The TASTE team’s top recipe picks from the May/June ’23 Issue

  • Share this story
The TASTE team’s top recipe picks from the May/June ’23 Issue

Wondering what to cook now that we’re in the thick of the colder months? The TASTE team have the inside scoop on the best recipes in our May/June issue. From warming soups and casseroles to dreamy, saucy puddings, these are our top recipe picks for the bumper winter issue.

1. STICKY TOFFEE-AND-GINGER BREAD PUDDING

– LIESL NICHOLSON, GROUP OPERATIONS MANAGER

“The saucy drizzle (see what I did there 😉) of Hannah’s sticky toffee-and-ginger bread pudding caught my eye. I have a massive sweet tooth and have not ventured further than my trusty malva and the usual self-saucing pud recipes.”

2. PEAR-AND-BERRY BAKEWELL PUDDING

– MARTIN JACOBS, ART DIRECTOR

“All that I’d want to accompany Hannah’s pear-and-berry Bakewell pudding is a large spoon and a binge evening of The Great British Bake Off!”

3. SMOKY TOMATO-BRINJAL RED CURRY WITH CHICKPEA DUMPLINGS

– KATE WILSON, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

“Martin put me onto this one. This is my quote of the month: ‘smoked and roasted brinjal can be so satisfying on the palate and warming in winter months’.”

Brinjal curry with chickpea dumplings

4. ROSEMARY, BUTTER BEAN AND CHORIZO STEW

– MICHELLE COBURN, DEPUTY EDITOR

“I love cooking with beans in winter, so will definitely be trying Sam’s hearty rosemary butter bean-and-chorizo stew. And Abigail’s silky cauliflower soup with Welsh rarebit or smoky tortilla soup – both can be made in 20 minutes – are on my list for quick meals to make just before the power goes out.”

ALSO READ: 5 soups you can make in just 30 minutes

5. WHITE CHOCOLATE-AND-RASPBERRY SELF-SAUCING PUDDING

– ANNZRA DENITA NAIDOO, ONLINE EDITOR

“I have been dreaming of Hannah’s white chocolate-and-raspberry self-saucing pudding ever since I laid eyes on it in the issue. Because I live alone (and suck at baking), I have not yet made it, but I think about it all the time, especially on chilly evenings when I’m craving something sweet and comforting. I may break down soon and make it, just so I can sit with the whole dish and dig in with a spoon.”

5. POTATO, LEEK AND PORK SAUSAGE SOUP PIE

– LESEGO MADISA, COMMERCIAL CONTENT PRODUCER

“I know the recipe serves six, but I ate it all by myself! I made this recipe on a day I was really stumped about dinner and it turned out I had all the ingredients in my fridge and pantry. I’ll definitely make it again and again.”

6. ABI’S DECONSTRUCTED BRAAIBROODJIE SOUP

– KATHARINE POPE, HEAD OF DIGITAL CONTENT

“I love the soup on the cover! Probably because I ate my weight in cheese toasties on the shoot… But the tomato soup is also incredible – sundried tomatoes and chilli really give it an edge, and a cheese toastie on plain white bread is the perfect accompaniment.”

Abi’s deconstructed braaibroodjie soup

ALSO READ: 10 soup recipes you can always count on, every winter

Get your copy of TASTE now

The May/June issue is on sale now at a Woolworths store near you. Click here to buy the print issue online. Or, purchase a digital copy on zinio.com or magzter.com.

Never miss an issue! Subscribe to TASTE:

Here are 5 easy ways to subscribe:

1. Call 087 353 1300. This number can also be called for renewals.
2. For international subscriptions, call 021 065 0033.
3. SMS “TASTE” to 32361.
4. WhatsApp “TASTE” to 087 353 1333.
5. EMAIL subs@media24.com.

 

TASTE Article by: TASTE

The TASTE team is a happy bunch of keen cooks and writers, always on the look out for the next food trend or the next piece of cake.

Social Media

You might be interested in...

Comments