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
Frikkadels - Just Easy Recipes
Frikkadels – South African braised meat balls – is a popular comfort food. This easy recipe will give you great results every time. Just make sure you get all the ingredients together before you get started – as there are quite a few spices involved! 500g minced beef 1 medium onion, finely chopped 1...Read More
Bobotie revisited - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
Bobotie is a classic Cape Malay dish from South Africa - gently spiced mince with sultanas and flaked almonds baked under a savoury custard.
BONUS RECIPE: Waatlemoen konfyt - Elle Decoration
With fragrant spices redolent of the aromatic East, boboties, rotis and raitas, in the latest The Big Ideas Issue, DECO has decided to celebrate cooking that has been infused with years of imagination, heritage, originality and a strong sense of gemeenskap. We are calling it, The New/Old Ingredient-Heritage. In the magazine we share recipes for …
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Jam and Coconut Tarts to some. SA we call them Hertzoggies
Jam-and Coconut Tarts to some, but here in SA we call them Hertzoggies. Jam and Coconut tarts have a direct link to South African history.
Health Rusks recipe by Zakeeyah
Health Rusks recipe by Zakeeyah posted on 21 Jan 2017 . Recipe has a rating of 4.0 by 1 members and the recipe belongs in the Biscuits & Pastries recipes category
Mealie Bread (South African Corn Bread) - Immaculate Bites
Mealie Bread (South African Corn Bread) - steamed corn pudding that is super-moist with a rich flavorful taste; added with some basil and smoked paprika to level up the flavor in this popular African and Southern bread.
Cape Malay Potato Koeksisters • Esme Salon
A koeksister is a traditional Afrikaner confectionery made of fried dough infused in syrup or honey. It should not be confused with the similar-sounding Cape Malay koe'sister, which is a fried ball of dough that's rolled in desiccated coconut.