South African Traditional Koeksisters- gooey, sweet and very sticky - crisp on the outside and tender inside.

Traditional Koeksisters

South African Traditional Koeksisters (Twisted Sisters) — Gooey, sweet and very sticky - crisp on the outside and tender inside.

Kerriemaalvleis-vetkoek. South African food! Fried bread filled with ground beef curry.

Kerriemaalvleis-Vetkoek (South African) - Fried Bread filled with Ground Beef Curry.

Ek dink ons moet deegies reg he en 'n oop vuur dan maak die gaste hulle eie roosterkoeke met jams en kase en so aan :) :)

Roosterkoek - a South African braai essential

Toby se hou deegies reg en 'n oop vuur dan maak die gaste hulle eie roosterkoeke met jams en kase en so aan :) :) sjoe man dis darem lekker so van die vuur af, gun geinskep storie nie eet net.

Bunny Chow in Durban, South Africa | 12 Hangover Foods That You Must Eat Abroad

Bunny chow is a fabulous street food from South Africa. Originally a dish from Durban, bunny chow has taken over as a street food across South Africa.

Farida Omar's chicken curry  -from Hunger for Freedom, the story of food in the life of Nelson Mandela

Farida Omar's chicken curry

Farida Omar's chicken curry This recipe is taken from Hunger for Freedom, the story of food in the life of Nelson Mandela, by Anna Trapido

Sprinbokkies are a traditional drink made of layered peppermint liqueur and creamy Amarula.

Layered peppermint liqueur with creamy Amarula. South Africans call it "Sprinbokkies", but you can call it "delicious".

1 kg lamb, cubed   1 medium onion, sliced thinly into rings   2 large tomatoes or 1x400g tin chopped tomatoes  2 Tbsp vegetable oil   2-3 curry leaves   1 stick cinnamon  4 green cardamom pods, lightly crushed   1.5 tsp crushed ginger   1.5 tsp crushed garlic   4 tsp Durban masala (or substitute shop-bought curry powder,as hot or mild as you like)   1 tsp ground turmeric   2 tsp garam masala   3-4 potatoes, cubed

Bunny chow - South Africa's own street food

street food, Bunny Chow, South African Street Food (basically curry in a loaf of bread)

Beer Battered Hake - perfect for a trip to the South African coast .  BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner - www.belafrique.co.za

Beer Battered Hake

Recipe for Beer Battered Hake - perfect for a trip to the South African coast, typically eaten for a lunch snack

The National dish of South Africa! Potjie!!!  Read the recipe and it sounds great.... and the blog it is from has other good So African recipes

Spicy Seafood Potjie - in a sensational sauce, potjie recipe, The National dish of South Africa!

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