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South African Piri Piri Chicken (chicken simmered in a spiced lemon-onion sauce).

South African Piri-Piri Chicken

4 large potatoes (waxy is preferable) 1 large onion 2 cloves garlic, crushed 250ml cream (single or double) 1 pkt brown onion soup powder salt and pepper to taste dried thyme butter 1 cup of sliced mushrooms 1 cup grated cheese (mature cheddar or similar) ½ cup fresh breadcrumbs - See more at: http://www.cooksister.com/2008/07/my-big-fat-south-african-potato-bake.html#sthash.hksQp8jK.dpuf

South African potato & mushroom bake

4 large potatoes (waxy is preferable) 1 large onion 2 cloves garlic, crushed 250ml cream (single or double) 1 pkt brown onion soup powder salt and pepper to taste dried thyme butter 1 cup of sliced mushrooms 1 cup grated cheese (mature cheddar or similar) ½ cup fresh breadcrumbs - See more at: http://www.cooksister.com/2008/07/my-big-fat-south-african-potato-bake.html#sthash.hksQp8jK.dpuf

South-Africa - Peppermint Crisp Tart - A typical South African dessert the Peppermint Crisp Fridge Tart is incredibly rich.

Peppermint Crisp Tart

South-Africa - Peppermint Crisp Tart - A typical South African dessert the Peppermint Crisp Fridge Tart is incredibly rich.

Spice up chicken thighs in a South African curry, packed with flavourful spices and served with a side of sweet, fragrant rice

Cape Malay chicken curry with yellow rice

Spice up chicken thighs in a South African curry, packed with flavourful spices and served with a side of sweet, fragrant rice

*Transferred. South African Recipes | BANANA SALAD. Don't add mayo or onions. Recipe with just bananas, etc is amazing.

*Transferred. South African Recipes | BANANA SALAD. Don't add mayo or onions. Recipe with just bananas, etc is amazing.

South African Roly-Poly Baked Dessert is a traditional favorite. It is often served with ice cream or custard

South African Roly-Poly Baked Dessert

South African Roly-Poly Baked Dessert is a traditional favorite. It is often served with ice cream or custard

Ouma Rusks are from South Africa, they are eaten at breakfast with coffee or tea. Rusks are very hard so they are often dipped in the drink.

Ouma Rusks are from South Africa, they are eaten at breakfast with coffee or tea. Rusks are very hard so they are often dipped in the drink.