CHEESE, OLIVE AND BUTTERMILK HERBED BREAD

Cheese, Olive And Buttermilk Herbed Bread From: Cherry On A Cake, please visit

Hoender-en-sampioenpastei | SARIE | Chicken and mushroom pie

Hoender-en-sampioenpastei - om hierdie dis nog vinniger te maak koop 'n klaar gaar hoeder op pad huistoe.

With this weekend’s test, it’s time for a long braai. Here’s an oxtail potjie to enjoy with the game. Ingredients: 30 ml butter 30 ml canola oil 1.5 kg oxtail, small pieces seasoned flour 1 onion, ...

Oxtail Potjie

With this weekend’s test, it’s time for a long braai. Here’s an oxtail potjie to enjoy with the game. Ingredients: 30 ml butter 30 ml canola oil kg oxtail, small pieces seasoned flour 1 onion, …

Welcome to South African cuisine - this sounds delicious and I cannot wait to try it out! Bredie/South African Lamb Stew Bredies are simple, traditional South African mutton stews in the Cape Malay...

Savory Saturday – Bredie

Savory Saturday - Lamb or Beef Bredie. Bredies are simple, traditional South African mutton/beef stews in the Cape Malay tradition. The most popular are green bean bredie, tomato bredie and cabbage bredie.

Putu pap in a potjie

There are three principles to making putu pap successfully, say Jan Braai. They are managing the ration of water to maize meal, building an iceberg and using a two-tined fork.

South African Bobotie. Other recipes: http://www.nytimes.com/1981/12/20/travel/bobotie-south-africa-s-indigenous-cuisine.html?pagewanted=all and http://www.gumbopages.com/food/african/bobotie.html

Bobotie, South Africa's Meaty Pie

Lamb and bean soup [ NYBiltong.com ] #biltong #recipe #flavor

This is the food team’s favourite South African soup recipe. It’s a delicious, thick and meaty soup.

Smoky Lamb Knuckle Potjie - A potjie is an Afrikaans word for cooking vessel used outdoors over an open wood fire. It has also become the term for a stew-like recipe or meal cooked in the vessel over the open fire. And alas, it has even become a verb: “We’re going to potjie this weekend.”

Osso Bucco Recipe is a brilliant dinner now that the nights are getting cooler. Osso Bucco means 'meat with a hole' - and it is, literally!

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