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HOW TO MAKE BOEREWORS == 1,5 kg minced beef 1,5 kg deboned pork 500 gram pork fat (use the firm pork fat directly under the skin) 50 ml (3 tablespoons/20 gram) whole coriander seed, singed and ground 25 ml (5 teaspoons/30 gram) salt 5 ml (1 teaspoon) ground black pepper 2 ml (1/2 teaspoon) ground cloves 2 ml (1/2 teaspoon) ground nutmeg 150 ml (2/3 cup) brown vinegar About 90 gram intestine for casing (preferably pork intestine) Optional: 15 ml (1 tablespoon) fresh thyme ====

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Monkey gland sauce, oh yes. A braai must serve from South Africa. Fruity, tangy, savoury and great with grilled or roast red meat of some kind. click for the recipe:

South African Recipes | OCEAN BASKET'S GARLIC BUTTER SAUCE Ingredients: 150 g (±5 oz.) Margarine/Butter (preferably Rama) 250 ml (1 cup) Fresh cream 2 tbsp. lemon juice 1 tsp. Aromat/fish spice ¼ tsp. Parsley 1 tsp. Portuguese spice 2-3 fresh chopped garlic Method: Melt margarine/butter in a pot. Add the cream, lemon juice and other spices. Do not allow the sauce to come to a boil as it will over cook. Simmer until it thickens.

That Perfect Eisbein - Crisp & Golden Brown

A pickled and smoked pork hock, the skin grilled it to a golden brown brittly crunch. Served with mustard sauerkrauet and boiled potatotoes. A German Speciality.

South African Recipes POTJIE CARE: The main care for your potjie is discussed on the following pages: * Seasoning - baking on a layer of oil to protect the metal and improve meal taste * Cleaning - removing food bits, but leaving the seasoning layer * Storing - protecting your potjie when it won't be used for a few months Read the instructions: https://www.facebook.com/notes/south-african-recipes/potjie-care/636579729692904