Wanem nau yu nidim

1 smol pis garlic pilim mo choppem
Sol mo pepper
2 yellow blo ek

1tsp skin blo lemon (rasrasem)
1 tsp mustard
1 tsp vinegar
250ml soya oel (o wan cup)
2tbsp jus blo lemon


Hau blo mekem

  1. Crushem garlic, go kasem taem we i sopsop gud, mixim wetem wan pinch sol mo kasem i go long wan dish wetem yellow blo ek, skin blo lemon, mustard, vinegar mo pepper.


  1. Kapsaedem oel insaed long wan measuring jug, mo kasem sloslo i ko mix wetem ek mix, mo tantanem oltaem wetem wan whisk.


  1. Mekem sua se oel i mix gud wetem ek bifo yu addem moa oel i ko. Taem we yu flatem blo addemap oel mix i shud tik gud. Tastem mo addemap sum moa sol, pepper, mustard or vinegar sapos we yu wantem.


  1. Addemap 1 o 2 bigfala spun jus blo lemon i go mo tantan gud.

Noa ia i redi blo servem.

Try it with the Kumala Salad!

This recipe was provided by the Wan Smolbag Nutrition Centre. The Nutrition Centre offers cooking classes that are combined with agricultural workshops to promote a healthy diet and lifestyle. The centre provides youth the opportunity to learn the nutritional value of ingredients and different cooking methods and recipes from around the world. It uses local ingredients from their onsite garden and the market to provide tasty and nutritious meals.

Weekday Lunches
The Nutrition Centre offers an affordable and nutritious lunch weekdays from 12 noon – 1pm. It is open to the public. Visit their Instagram account for images of some of their latest creations.

The Nutrition Centre provides a catering service for functions and events at Wan Smolbag and offsite. If you are looking for a healthy catering service, please call 27119 and ask for the Nutrition Department.