Twist up your top dishes.
Nothing embodies the melting pot of cultures in South Africa quite like food. An expression of love and tradition, our cuisines are often handed down to us from our parents, grandparents… even great, great grandparents. But just because it’s always been made in a specific way doesn’t mean you must do the same! In fact, the future of our traditional food rests squarely in the twist-up… how we can add our own creative twists, so these recipes remain firm family favourites.
That’s why NOLA Mayonnaise recently partnered with local foodie Sithembiso Ndashe (Ndash) – founder of Ndash Food Concepts – whose ethos is centred on adding a new age modern twist to popular Mzansi recipes – and his mom, Nozibele, to #CreateAStir. She’s the woman who inspired his love of cooking, who still sticks to her traditional style while Ndash is setting out to show there’s nothing wrong – and everything right – with twisting up those same traditional dishes. Proving you can love how your mama makes it, but still evolve it to be your own.
While the street food revolution has awakened South Africans imaginations and appetites, inspiring them to explore different flavours, many feel they are still not brave or creative enough to try something similar at home. With time being at a premium its quicker, easier and safer to stick to the tried and trusted.
The creamy, balanced versatility of NOLA means it can be added to almost any dish without overpowering the existing ingredients – ideally complimenting Ndash’s creative cooking philosophy.
Catch Ndash and Nozibele on the Morning Show SA and #CreateAStir with SA’s number 1 Mayo – NOLA.
Here’s what you can win
We are giving away 2x NOLA hampers filled with NOLA products and a LeCreuset bowl (each worth R1700).
Terms and conditions
This competition runs from 1-30 November 2019. To enter, fill in the form below. The prize includes delivery via courier within South Africa. The prize is not transferable and may not be converted to cash. All competition winners’ names will be updated monthly on the Your Family website.
You can read the general terms and conditions here.