Ultimate Jalapeno Cheddar Sausage
Jalapeño Cheddar Smoked Sausage made from scratch with sharp cheddar cheese and fresh jalapeños, ground pork, beef and smoked bacon.
The Best Koeksister recipe & my adventures in the Klein Karoo
It was only about 3 hours into the drive along Route 62 when I realised what I was actually doing; I was travelling 400km into the middle of the Klein Karoo (aka nowhere) in search of 'The Perfect Koeksister'. Those that know me, expect nothing less, but still, it was quite crazy. Even for me. The beautiful Klein Karoo To catch you up to speed, a koeksister is a plaited, deep-fried doughnut drenched in a seriously sticky syrup. It's a treat as South African as milk tart, biltong and beer…
Fired up and Cooking Amarula Malva Pudding on RSG - My Easy Cooking
Malva pudding must be South Africa’s most favorite dessert. Actually a winter dessert, but any full-blooded South African, will eat Malva Pudding year in and year out.Another typically south African activity is camping and today my guest blogger on RSG, Linda Roets from Fired-up Cooking shares one of her favorite camp-out desserts with us. Malva […]
Pampoen Koekies - South African Pumpkin Fritters - Monsoon Cooking
Eggless Pampoen Koekies - Famous South African dessert made with Pumpkin puree. These fritters are mildly sweetened and can be served with powdered sugar.
Cape Pickled Fish with Lime, Thyme & White Pepper, and a Pickled-Fish Paté, from the left-overs
I suppose one shouldn't tinker with a traditional South African recipe that has such a long and noble pedigree, but I thought I'd introduce ...
African Snacks and Appetizers
Most Popular African Snacks and appetizers you can easily make at home - Africa has a number of wonderful and scrumptious snacks derived from it's eclectic mix of Cultures and Traditions.
Homemade British Bangers
The key component to Bangers and Mash is of course the bangers. Succulent, crispy, juicy and packed with flavor, these are the ultimate British bangers to go with your mash and onion gravy!
Traditional Koeksisters - Immaculate Bites
Traditional Koeksisters – A traditional South African sticky donut treat that’s deliciously sweet, sticky, crunchy and drenched in syrup, laced with cinnamon, lemon and ginger. Absolutely perfect for snack or tea time and even breakfast. We all a vice right? And fried foods are mine- especially when they are a sweet treat…. Not a weekend ... View More
"The secret in the making of good boerewors lies in the quality of the ingredients used. The better the quality of the meat the better tasting the boerewors. When making, do not overprocess; meat must be crumbly. Use good quality fresh (not frozen) meat and vary spices to taste. If you want to make droëwors, use narrow sausage casings."
Boerewors – from the history books to your braai
Every seventeenth-century cook at the Cape had a favourite recipe for boerewors (farmer’s sausage). During the twentieth century, many cooks began following recipes that predominantly used coriander and cloves seasoning. A possible reason for this preference might have been the Afrikaans cookbooks by Dijkman and D.J.H., which contain recipes with these spices as ingredients. It is a popular myth that boerewors was always made from a mixture of pork and other meats. Before the twentieth…
STEFAANS SE BOEREWORS
Vleisland se LEKKERSTE Boerewors resep http://lekkerreseptevirdiejongergeslag.blogspot.com/2014/05/stefaans-se-boerewors.html 32kg vleis 8kg Vet 650g sout 60gr Swart peper 50g Fyn Naeltjies 50g Fyn Neutmuskaat 300g Koljander (Roasted) 500ml Worcestersous 500ml Bruin asyn 4 lt Koue water Sny die Vleis en vet in Blokkies meng die speserye deur saam met die asyn en worcestersous...maal dan alles saam, en meng dan die kuoe water lekker deur voor jy begin stop. (Vir DROEWORS...los die Asyn, en…
Old Fashioned English Spiced Pork and Herb Sausages or Bangers! Recipe - Breakfast.Food.com
These traditional English sausages are spicy & so much better than the shop bought varieties. If you can get hold of sausage skins or casings, so much the better - but these sausages still taste great without them. They are great for breakfast, brunch, picnics, casseroles or a firm family favourite - Bangers & Mash! Try and use local organically produced pork for a superior flavour.They can be frozen before cooking & the mixture can be used for sausagemeat stuffing also.