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Tzatziki recipe

Tzatziki recipe

31 500
If you squeeze out as much of the water from the cucumber as you can, the dip should last in the fridge for a few days. If not, it tends to get a little watery.
View #R402Per 60 portionCarbs 2.7g Protein 4.5g Fat 2.6g
cucumber
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
fresh mint
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Smokey Fish Pie

Smokey Fish Pie

627 8srv
If you would like to add a bit of chopped parsley to the sauce as you pour it over the fish, it adds lip smacking freshness!
View #R400Per servingCarbs 14g Protein 45g Fat 45g
haddock fillets
hake fillets
Butter
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Seafood
Smoked Angelfish Pate

Smoked Angelfish Pate

146 300
Angelfish is a white flesh fish common to Southern Africa. Wood smoking gives it a rich taste with a creamy buttery texture that combines well with cream cheese
View #R399Per 30 portionCarbs 1.7g Protein 5.2g Fat 14g
smoked angelfish
Butter
Cream cheese
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Shakshuka

Shakshuka

190 4srv
A new, spicy take on eggs for breakfast that will kick-start your day (or provide a great lunch or dinner option)
View #R398Per servingCarbs 12g Protein 10g Fat 15g
bay leaf
Butter
chilli
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Egg
Donna Hay

Donna Hay's Tray-baked Chicken with Tomatoes and Olives

366 4
This is a nice and quick week-night meal for the family. Serve with a crunchy green salad.
View #R396Per 1 portionCarbs 7.8g Protein 63g Fat 17g
fillets
Cherry Tomatoes
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
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Rendered Fats

Rendered Fats

1152
Buying store bought fats can get expensive. This is a great way to cut costs, make great cooking oil as well as serving up delicious, crunchy crackling.
View #R395Per 1 portionCarbs 1.2g Protein 61g Fat 98g
pork fat off cuts
water
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Snacks
Quick Feta and Herb Dip

Quick Feta and Herb Dip

46 750
This is a cream cheese based dip and is pretty versatile. You can add some mustard or any other herbs you would prefer. Just remember that it is dairy based, so
View #R394Per 30 portionCarbs 0.7g Protein 1.2g Fat 4.4g
Feta Cheese
Cream cheese
fresh Basil
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Pumpkin and Cocnut Soup

Pumpkin and Cocnut Soup

121 6srv
Roasting veggies, in general, does bring out a bit of the natural sweetness so try roasting the pumpkin before making this.
View #R393Per servingCarbs 25g Protein 25g Fat 28g
pumpkin
Chicken Stock
coconut milk
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Soups and Stocks
Fermented Pickles

Fermented Pickles

541
In all honesty, you could literally use just a teaspoon of mustards seeds. The spice combinations are up to you entirely.
View #R392Per 1 portionCarbs 114g Protein 15g Fat 9.3g
black peppercorns
Cinnamon
Dill seeds
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BBQ Steak Rub

BBQ Steak Rub

48
For a smokey edge to the rub, I always add in a bit of smoked paprika.
View #R391Per 1 portionCarbs 10g Protein 1.8g Fat 1.5g
black peppercorns
Coriander seeds
dried chilli flakes
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Chicken Broth

Chicken Broth

27 2L
My favourite thing to do with broth is adding in Asian flavours. While this is ticking away, just add in fresh ginger, lemon grass, and a lime leaf or two.
View #R389Per 0.25 L portionCarbs 6.2g Protein 48g Fat 25g
chicken carcass
bay leaves
carrots
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Caesar Salad

Caesar Salad

431 4
A traditional Caesar salad is made with cos lettuce, croutons, parmesan and anchovy dressing.For a Banter it is a great choice for lunch - without the croutons.
View #R388Per 1 portionCarbs 6.6g Protein 21g Fat 45g
anchovy fillets
bacon
black pepper
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Salad
Blueberry Coulis

Blueberry Coulis

18 200
The coulis is a great accompaniment with double thick yoghurt as a quick breakfast.
View #R386Per 30 portionCarbs 4.7g Protein 0.2g Fat 0.1g
blueberries
lemon juice
water
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Artichoke and Parmesan Dip

Artichoke and Parmesan Dip

126 300
Fantastic with a crudité or on a cracker! If you’re the celery-dipping type, mix this dip half and half with mayo and dip away.
View #R384Per 30 portionCarbs 7.5g Protein 2.6g Fat 12g
artichoke hearts
garlic
lemon juice
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Olive Tapenade Recipe

Olive Tapenade Recipe

91 300
If plain olives are a little too hectic for you, try mixing this with a little full fat cream cheese and using it as a dip for crudités.
View #R381Per 30 portionCarbs 4.1g Protein 0.5g Fat 16g
Kalamata Olives
anchovy fillets
Capers
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Lime and lemongrass Salmon Cakes with Wasabi and Lime Mayo

Lime and lemongrass Salmon Cakes with Wasabi and Lime Mayo

270 4
You can use absolutely any fish you like for these fish cakes. Whichever fish you use, the lime and wasabi mayo is going to set you on fire. Woof!
View #R380Per 1 portionCarbs 8.2g Protein 20g Fat 18g
salmon fillets
Banting Mayo
Coconut Oil
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Egg Roll

Egg Roll

168
When you’re Banting, eggs are a breakfast staple. Essentially the egg roll is a thin omelette that you can fill with almost anything.
View #R375Per 1 portionCarbs 0.8g Protein 14g Fat 12g
eggs
butter
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Egg
Basic French Dressing

Basic French Dressing

1.9 625ml
Adding a generous dash of salad dressing to a salad makes it just that more luxurious to munch on.
View #R374Per 15 ml portionCarbs 0.1g Protein 0g Fat 12g
Black Pepper
Dijon Mustard
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
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Wasabi and Lime Mayo

Wasabi and Lime Mayo

60 375ml
This mayo is a great accompaniment to fish cakes
View #R372Per 15 ml portionCarbs 1.1g Protein 0.3g Fat 12g
Apple Cider Vinegar
chilli
Dijon mustard
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Tartar Sauce

Tartar Sauce

55 375ml
A delicious jazzed up mayo to have with fish
View #R371Per 15 ml portionCarbs 0.3g Protein 0.3g Fat 12g
Apple Cider Vinegar
Capers
Dijon mustard
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