Running short on meal ideas? Here are lockdown cooking experiments from across the world
It's day seven of lockdown in SA and you may be getting tired of microwave meals and eating chips as an actual meal.
Enter cooking experiments.
As more and more people around the world go into isolation because of quarantines, lockdowns or physical distancing, many have shared their cooking experiments online.
From expert bakers to sticking to the basics, here's what some people have been getting up to in their kitchens.
Putting in effort
#Day1— 21 days home cooking (@Fikz_the_Cook) March 27, 2020
Still on that note of helping a nation to cook during these lockdown days
Todays menu its just grilled chicken with savoury rice /savoury cualuflour rice for banters ..maybe we can add pumpking we will see
So lets defrost those chickens and retweet 👊
So, during this lockdown my 13 year old son has started cooking a bit more (it's usually my daughter). Here is his Lentil ragu with coconut cheese ravioli. All made from scratch (apart from the cheese) and completely vegan of course. I'm really impressed! #Vegan pic.twitter.com/72dsevpcEu— LongNeck 🦕 (@LongNeckV) March 27, 2020