Sousboontjies

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Sousboontjies .  Delicious sweet and sour beans that can be eaten hot or cold.   Fabulous with a braai (BBQ) or cold cuts.

Sousboontjies

Prep Time: Cook time: Serves: Sweet and sour beans in sauce. Modern South African “sousboontjies” are made from a speckled bean known as a sugar beans (lima beans). Hettie Claassens describes the interesting history of this traditional South African dish in her book "Die Geskiedenis van...

Sousboontjies

Prep Time: Cook time: Serves: Sweet and sour beans in sauce. Modern South African “sousboontjies” are made from a speckled bean known as a sugar beans (lima beans). Hettie Claassens describes the interesting history of this traditional South African dish in her book "Die Geskiedenis van Boerekos". Sousbone (sweet and sour beans in sauce) was first made by the Romans, who used vinegar, spices and honey. The 13th century Arabs made a similar dish with sweetened mustart, vinegar and raisins. In…

SOUSBOONTJIES (sowat drie 250 ml-flesse)   250 g droë suikerboontjies 50 ml suiker 100 ml asyn 10 ml sout 3 ml fyn swartpeper 50 ml botter   METODE Was die boontjies (haal al die "klippies" uit)...

Sousboontjies

SOUSBOONTJIES (sowat drie 250 ml-flesse) 250 g droë suikerboontjies 50 ml suiker 100 ml asyn 10 ml sout 3 ml fyn swartpeper 50 ml botter METODE Was die boontjies (haal al die "klippies" uit)...

Today we have a very quick and easy Afrikaans side dish, Sousboontjies, which literally means beans in sauce. They are actually sweet and sour beans in sauce. Modern South African “sousboontjies” a…

Sousboontjies / Butter bean salad

Today we have a very quick and easy Afrikaans side dish, Sousboontjies, which literally means beans in sauce. They are actually sweet and sour beans in sauce. Modern South African “sousboontjies” a…

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Sousboontjies / Butter bean salad

Today we have a very quick and easy Afrikaans side dish, Sousboontjies, which literally means beans in sauce. They are actually sweet and sour beans in sauce. Modern South African “sousboontjies” a…