Haricot Bean Shakshuka
Pick n Pay - Jul 6th, 10:31
The added haricot beans take this classic Middle-Eastern dish from breakfast to dinner.
30 ml PnP olive oil
2 cloves PnP garlic, crushed
1 PnP onion, chopped
1 PnP green pepper, seeded and chopped
1 can Rhodes Quality Chopped and
10 ml PnP smoked paprika
10 ml ground cumin
1 dash salt and milled pepper
1 can Rhodes Quality Haricot Beans, drained
4 large eggs
65 ml PnP fresh parsley
1 loaf fresh crusty bread
Heat oil in a heavy-bottomed saucepan and cook garlic and onion until softened.
Add green pepper and fry for a few minutes.
Add Rhodes Quality Chopped and Peeled Tomatoes.
Add paprika and cumin, season to taste.
Simmer sauce on low heat until thick.
Add Rhodes Quality Haricot Beans and simmer.
Make 4 wells in tomato sauce and crack eggs into them.
Cover and simmer until eggs are to your liking.
Top with parsley and serve immediately with fresh bread.
Click here for more Pick n Pay Recipes
While every aspect of a product matters, it’s the design, packaging and labelling that draws consumers to choose one product instead of another from cluttered retail shelves. With consumers looking for price and quality, if a pack’s label doesn’t look good consumers won’t buy the product.
South Africa’s iconic Table Mountain, recognised as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature and internationally acclaimed as a top tourist experience, has a fast-moving food & beverage (F&B) environment. Approximately 1.2 million transactions per annum take place - this is made up of card and cash payments by local and international tourists who eat and drink as part of their Table Mountain experience.
Traceability Solutions stocks a variety of tamper evident, laser markable materials which is generally used as a tamper evident label for high-security applications and asset registry marking.
Greenworks, battery driven garden and DIY equipment, is launching in South Africa this September. Established in 2006, Greenworks is a rapidly growing brand offering a wide range of cordless garden and power tools worldwide.
Try these recipes
Consumers are constantly looking for healthier ways to snack and according to Anna Klainbaum, food trend expert and writer, recipes for granola and oatmeal balls have become very popular. These bite-sized snacks are traditionally made with peanut butter, oats or granola, seeds and honey. They are often also packed with dried nuts, chocolate chips or shredded coconut.
Great for snuggling up on cold days.
No time to make your own pasta? Opt for store-bought.
An indulgent upgrade on an iced coffee.