Roosterkoek - a South African braai essential - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
Roosterkoek are South African yeast dough rolls that are baked over the coals of a barbecue - eaten hot off the grill with plenty og butter they make a delicious addition to any summer braai (barbecue).
CHICKEN SOSATIES WITH APRICOTS & ONIONS - Melissa Mayo
CHICKEN SOSATIES WITH APRICOTS & ONIONS Sosaties are the Afrikaans name for meat on a stick or quite simply kebabs. Sosaties are great made with beef, chicken or lamb. In this version I skewer on some apricots and onions. They caramelize on the grill and add that fruity element common in South African braaied food. And the sweet barbeque sauce is finger licking good. I am salivating just thinking about it.
My Best Boerewors Ever! You won’t stop eating this Mouth Wateringly Juicy South African Sausage! It will be the death of you!
Makes 1 -2 kg If you make your own, at least you know what’s in it. If you don’t have a mincing machine, try using a food processor but you will not get the coarsely minced texture, s…
Stywe pap with sheba - Yuppiechef Magazine
The Enkosi Cookathon is over for this year (Enkosi, we miss you) and we are still blown away by all those gutsy people out there who rolled up their sleeves and got stuck into cooking some Mzanzi grub. (Have you checked out the Enkosi Cookathon collage?) Stywe pap with sheba (phutu and relish) was one…
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Steaks, ribs, chicken, burgers, chops, seafood or veggies, rotisserie any kind of food perfectly with indirect heat. This BBQ Rotisserie consists with four rotating trays that allow you to cook your food evenly through indirect heat and it fits with 99% gas grills. It's not just a great tool for cooking, also it could be a great gift that makes sure you are going to be the master of the grill. Price $99.95
Boerewors spice recipe
A South African braaivleis (BRIGH [like high] - flayce, lit. 'roast meat,' but meaning barbecue) is nothing without boerewors [BOO-ruh-vawrs, farmers sausage]. But boerewors is close to impossible to find in New York, and when you do, it's a bizarre echo of something the maker never tasted themselves. In 2010, when I first started looking for recipes for boerewors online, it amazed me that this ubiquitous South African sausage, available in every supermarket and butchery and corner joint in…