• Sixolisiwe Magula

Whether you make your own or buy it, muesli is always a safe bet for a quick breakfast. This particular one is loaded with seeds and nuts. I topped mine with a banana, chia seeds, coconut yoghurt and honey. How do you like your muesli?

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  • Sixolisiwe Magula

A quick and filling meal you can either make as a side or a main dish.

Saute 1/2 a white onion in 2 tbsps of oil.

When the onion is translucent after about 3 - 5 minutes add mixed herbs (dried or fresh).

Mix well and let it cook for a further minute.

Add a handful of chopped spinach and cook until it wilts.

Add about 1/2 - 1 tsp of chillie flakes, ground cumin, salt and vegetable seasoning.

Mix in the spices and let it cook for about 5 minutes and add a can of drained red kidney beans.

Let it cook for about 5 minutes.

At this point you can taste and see if you would like to add more seasoning.

Add 2 tbsps of soy sauce, mix in well and remove from the heat.

Cook your squash in boiling water for about 30 minutes.

Once it has cooked thoroughly, set it aside to cool down.

Cut it in half, remove the seeds and top it with your beans and spinach.

You can add additional chillie flakes or fresh coriander.

Enjoy :)

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  • Sixolisiwe Magula

Anything potato and its a yes from me!

Cut 3 potatoes into wedges (cut it in half, then that half in half and then that half in half :) ).

Place them in a bowl and drizzle some olive oil. About 3-4 tbsps.

Add a tsp of smoked paprika, italian herbs, salt and chicken spice respectively.

Mix well and make sure all the potatoes are coated with the spices.

Place potatoes in a lined oven tray and bake for 25 - 30 minutes (until potatoes are soft).

When they are done you can enjoy as they are or with some mashed up avo.

Enjoy :)

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