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What to Eat in South Africa: Famous South African Foods - Braaivleis en Boerewors

Malva-pudding..  Delicious end to a meal. I put it in the oven before sitting down to dinner and serve it directly after everyone has finished eating.  Serve as is or with ice cream.

Malva Pudding Recipe A sweet pudding of Dutch origin, Malva Pudding is usually served hot with custard or ice-cream. Made with apricot jam, this typical South African dessert has a spongy, caramelised texture.

Perfectly braaied snoek - Serve with freshly baked bread, moskonfyt and baked sweet potatoes.

The ultimate snoek braai recipe by Jan Braai. How to braai snoek, various snoek braai tips and advice on decisions at different stages of the braai.

South-Africa - Lamb Potjiekos: This is very South African, almost like a braai as it also involves a fire and a cooler box, family and friends and the odd argument or two about who is stuffing up the potjie by stirring it or adding too much sauce

South-Africa - Lamb Potjiekos: This is very South African, almost like a braai as it also involves a fire and a cooler box, family and friends and the odd argument or two about who is stuffing up the potjie by stirring it or adding too much sauce

Bobotie - a traditional South African Dish

Bobotie is a traditional South African Dish. It's origin is unknown, although we know that the word originates from the Indonesian word bobotok of which a recipe appears in a 1609 Dutch recipe book. Initially the Cape Malay introduced it in South Africa

The bunny chow, a hollowed out half loaf of bread filled with curry, a typical Indian-South African dish - Delicious food in South Africa, South African food guide

The bunny chow, a hollowed out half loaf of bread filled with curry, a typical Indian-South African dish - Delicious food in South Africa, South African food guide

What to Eat in South Africa: Famous South African Foods | South Africa Travel Guide

What to Eat in South Africa: Famous South African Foods - South Africa Travel Guide

Pap (or Mieliepap) is a kind of porridge commonly eaten in South Africa. It is made with what is known as mielie-meal, or ground maize (basically corn meal). It can be eaten for breakfast (typically with milk and sugar), or served with meat, curries, chilies, stews or other vegetables for a more savoury food. Pap is a staple food in most houses.

Foods of South Africa: The Roots

Pap (or Mieliepap) is a kind of porridge commonly eaten in South Africa. It is made with what is known as mielie-meal, or ground maize (basically corn meal). It can be eaten for breakfast (typically with milk and sugar), or served with meat, curries, chilies, stews or other vegetables for a more savoury food. Pap is a staple food in most houses.

A quick and easy to make, Cape Malay Mince Curry is one of the most commonly eaten curries in South Africa. Typically eaten with rice, mince curry is also often used as a filling in rotis and vetko...

Cape Malay Mince Curry

A quick and easy to make, Cape Malay Mince Curry is one of the most commonly eaten curries in South Africa. Typically eaten with rice, mince curry is also often used as a filling in rotis and vetko.

Buttermilk rusks are biscotti-like cookies. They are traditionally served with the first cup of tea or coffee of the day, and are typically dunked in a warm drink before eating. Recipe in "South African Cooking in the USA", page 184.

Buttermilk rusks are biscotti-like cookies. They are traditionally served with the first cup of tea or coffee of the day, and are typically dunked in a warm drink before eating. Recipe in "South African Cooking in the USA", page

koeksisters... south africa's answer to the donut!

the best koeksisters in cape town

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