South Africa has some delicious curry recipes to offer, here is one.

South African Lamb Curry - skip the sugar and sub olive oil for veggie oil for a Primal dish. Skip the yogurt to make it Paleo and compliant!

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The Laziest, Most Delicious Way To Make Rack Of Lamb

A 'sosatie' is a kind of South African kebab – but it is quite distinct from a Turkish kebab or a Portuguese/Brazilian espetada, particularly for two reasons: the meat is marinaded in a sweet Cape Malay curry sauce before cooking; and the meat on the skewer is interspersed with vegetables and fruit. - See more at: http://www.cooksister.com/2010/09/lamb-sosaties-revisited.html#sthash.m7N2vGVl.dpuf

Lamb sosaties revisited - and a BBQ event

Pork spare ribs by Jan Braai...This turned out good. I baked rib racks with garlic at 300 degrees for 2.5 hrs, drained fat, cut ribs apart. Then mixed up the sauce and poured over all, covered and baked at 350 for half hour, then uncovered and finished at 350 for about half hour. I think not so much the sauce recipe as the method, and that's not even in the recipe.

How to braai pork spare ribs perfectly, and how to make a pork spare rib marinade. As seen on the Jan Braai vir Erfenis TV show.

Pork spare ribs

Better than TX Roadhouse Ribs in the Crock Pot. Barbecue Ribs in the Crock Pot 3 lbs. pork or beef ribs (we like Kirkland pork ribs from Costco) 1 c. water c. Worcestershire sauce salt and pepper to taste c.

Jan Braai - Fillet steak with smoked mussel sauce

Complete recipe and description for Jan Braai's steak with smoked mussel sauce. As seen on the Mossel Bay episode of 'Jan Braai vir Erfenis'.

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