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Mufushwa weMunyemba unedovi

Mufushwa (dried vegetables) is one of the ways that was used to preserve vegetables for later consumption here in Zimbabwe from time immemorial. I shall be showing you one of the ways I use to prepare mufushwa weMunyemba unedovi (dried Cowpeas leaves in peanut butter). As you may already know, […]

 
Rice Sadza and mushroom stew

Delicious Oyster Mushroom Stew

This is a really simple dish which you can whip up quickly on those days where you want an absolutely hassle free protein side to go with your meatless meal. I used oyster mushroom, but you could use any mushroom of your preference. I served this up with some delicious, […]

 

Delectable Lemon ‘n Herb Roasts

Well, so for these dishes here I went all out on the Lemon & Herb marinade by Mr Sauce. Cooking a flavourful meal doesn’t get simpler than this! So if you want to do the bare minimums in your food preps, and put your feet up, this is for you! […]

 
Sadza reMhunga served with Beef Short-ribs

Sadza reMhunga & BBQ Beef Short Ribs

This combination will have you or your guests calling out for seconds! Instead of frying the short ribs, you may also braai instead. For the sadza, I used the sand-free and stone-free pearl millet from The Grain Hub. Having it grit free makes the sadza all the more enjoyable, in […]

 

Roasted Portuguese Chicken Masala Thighs

This is yet another way in which you can “spice up” your chicken, pun intended! I used the Portuguese Chicken Masala spice blend from Zimspice. I love that it’s effortless cooking (the spices have already beenmixed for you), with bold flavours coming through. The Portuguese Chicken Masala spice blend has […]

 

Simply Delicious Baked Pork Fillet

This baked pork fillet is nice and juicy, absolutely delicious, and takes very little effort to prepare. You will love it! Don’t let the list of ingredients scare you away! They all come together to create a tasty dish which you’ll keep wanting to go in for more. You can […]

 
Sadza reMapfunde served with Oxtail and Veggies

Sadza reMapfunde (Sorghum Sadza)

This is how I make Sadza reMapfunde (Sorghum Sadza) and I am using stone-free, sand-free hupfu from The Grain Hub. It is no secret that over the years many people have grown to dislike small grains Sadza due to the grittiness associated with it. This is due to poor preparation/grinding […]

 

Delicious Mupunga (Brown Rice) Sadza

If you love traditional brown rice, then you will most certainly enjoy this Sadza from The Grain Hub. It’s basically ground up traditional brown rice which you can then use to prepare the Sadza, yum! The best part of it is that it is also highly nutritional, which is a […]

 

Sticky BBQ T-Bone Steak

It’s been said that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication! This recipe is exactly that- simple, but produces an absolutely delicious t-bone steak. I used just 5 ingredients – Mr Sauce Mustard, Lemon juice, Sticky BBQ sauce, salt, and garlic. You can either grill this in the oven, fry on the […]

 

Mutakunanzva Kariba Bream Fish Stew

Kariba Bream is one of those loved sources of protein here in Zimbabwe. There are many different ways in which you can enjoy it, today we’re stewing it! I’ll be using Real Premium Spices’ Lemon, Garlic & Herb Seasoning, Turmeric, and Mild Curry Powder in this stew. The results were […]