Smoked Paprika in a class of its own. Think bacon flavour for meat-free dishes, a smokey super-charge for a frittata and pure joy for a ripe tomato and mozzarella salad.RECIPES & IDEAS
An awesome finishing oil, particularly loved by salads and vegies. A touch of smoke - just enough to intrigue, it works like butter on green beans - nothing better!RECIPES & IDEAS
Imagine the dusky warmth of a sundried fig infused in a dark balsamic vinegar red- uction. Now imagine how it can super- charge an avo salad...RECIPES & IDEAS
Meet our smoothest flavourmaker. Rooibos, a floral, sweet herby tea flavour, on a background of honey, balanced in a rich balsamic vinegar reduction = perfection!RECIPES & IDEAS
Imagine the essence of a thousand fruit-jewels, in white bal- samic vinegar, reduced to perfection - just the thing to charm your beetroots... and blood oranges and red peppers.RECIPES & IDEAS
Typical Cape Curries are richly spiced, but not hot - just warm, and so very tasty!
Perfect for those food moments when all you're craving is a bite of Cape Curry - right NOW!RECIPES & IDEAS
A typical Yellow Cape Curry blend - not hot, just rich spicines = spiced deliciousness!
The 'go-to' for quick curries - veg bobotie, prawn, chicken curry, mince for rooties...RECIPES & IDEAS
The gentle honey flavour goes so well with potato salads, smoked fish and hams. Excellent on sand- wiches with cheese, and in a salad with chedda , apple, celery and sunflower seeds.RECIPES & IDEAS
A Cape crush-grain mustard with mild dill flavour. Really good with egg salads, fish, potato salad, smoked chicken and pork, as well as dark-rye breads, cheese boards and salad platters.RECIPES & IDEAS
The richness of sundried tomato is pefect for beef and roast vegetable dishes. Stir into roast tomatoes and garlic, serve with rare roast beef and creamy mashed potatoes. Great in roast tomato, garlic, aubergine and red peppers.RECIPES & IDEAS
The fruity flavour with a distinct spike of chilli goes exceptionally well with smoked meats and fish: also cold, roast beef. Great in dressings for salads with rocket, fried Halloumi, pumpkin seeds, marinaded aubergine, semi-dried tomatoes and artichoke.RECIPES & IDEAS
It could be called an onion jam... but then again, maybe not - it is so, so much more.
Think red onions reduced to treacly perfection in balsamic vinegar with just a touch of spice, makes perfect accent for potato tarts, roast butternut & feta etc.RECIPES & IDEAS
Sweet Ginger on a base of red peppers with a touch of lemon and a tiny spike of chilli. If you like ginger, you'll LOVE Sweet Ginger Relish... A sweet ginger boost for Camembert or a smoked meat platter, even chocolate and cheesecake!RECIPES & IDEAS
All fruit (and onions) and spice - no sugar added - it is a very well mannered flavour booster on sandwiches of all sorts, quiches, boboties and little venison pies. It is exellent on a Ploughman's platter, with cold lamb and in wraps with ham.
Just real fruit, onions and spice - no sugar added. Tomato & Mango has a slightly tropical edge that works well with a range of curries (vegetarian, seafood, lamb or chicken) and sandwiches with smoked fish.