A Versatile Lemony Cheesecake Tart with Gooseberry topping OK, so this was the best description I could write for this recipe: A …
We all have situations in life where we need recipes that only take a few staple ingredients to make. Easy recipes with no fuss. These recipes are for those “what to make” days, those “there is nothing in the house” days, or those “what can I make with the minimum ingredients” days.
We are here to help.
Recipe: Elvera Osborne
No Eggs / No Dairy
Course: side dish
Origin: South Africa
Freshly home-baked bread in under 3 hours with staple ingredients from your pantry.
Give the top of the loaf a gentle tap; it should sound hollow.
If the yeast is added directly to the dry ingredients (which we are doing) the water temperature should be between 120°F – 130°F. (In other words not too hot, just lukewarm.)
I just leave mine in a sunny or warm spot in the kitchen or dining room with a clean cloth to protect.
Recipe: Nonna Elena
Time: 95 mins
A delicious potato recipe that goes with almost any sauce.
Recipe: Jennifer Wright
Course: breakfast, dessert, side dish
Time: 40 mins
Easy to prepare and you can serve them as breakfast or dessert and even a light lunch if you ad savory toppings.
As these pancakes have a fairly neutral taste, you can easily serve them with any topping of your choice, sweet or savory.
Another idea to make an easy breakfast, lunch, or dinner, with staples, is:
Omelets – dressed in many different ways. You can use about anything you have in the house to make a filling.
Also, take a look at our recipe for South African Pancakes – a very versatile recipe that’s a lot different from the above American version.
Or make Orecchiette Pasta with only ONE INGREDIENT !!!