Chicken tartiflette recipe | delicious. magazine
This indulgent French chicken tartiflette recipe is a real winter warmer. Don’t save it for a post-ski meal, have it as a hearty supper. Prefer salmon? You should try our salmon and potato bake made with spinach, double cream and a good grating of gruyere.
BUTTERMILK RUSKS SOUTH AFRICAN RECIPE - SAPeople South African Recipes
Buttermilk rusks are always a winner, especially when dunked in tea or coffee! While South Africans around the world yearn for and enjoy the well known Ouma Rusks,there’s something a bit special about home made rusks. For those not in the know, rusks are kind of like biscotti, and a much loved South African treat. Thanks to... Read More »
South African Yellow Rice Recipe - Food.com
This is a traditional South African recipe, which comes from the great culinary tradition of the Cape Malays -- originally brought in as slaves in the 17th century. It's easy and plain, but great with meats like venison, corned beef tongue or any meat with gravy. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.
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.
Enkosi Cookathon: Bobotie - Yuppiechef Magazine
No self respecting South African Cookathon would be complete without Bobotie, the famous sweet-and-spicy curried meat casserole of Cape Malay cuisine. Brought to our shores with Dutch East India envoys from Indonesia, it’s considered by many to be our national dish (and quite possibly the most oft cooked meal for foreign visitors). Ina Paarman sent us…
Bunny Chow - South African street food - My Easy Cooking
Bunny Chow! What more can I teach you about this hot and spicy tummy filler? Jeanne the Cooksister has made it, Juno from Scrumptious South Africa has made cute little bite-size bunny chows so this might be all old news to you, but in case you have missed out on this popular street food, stay […]