In this Indian-spiced cauliflower recipe, try your hardest not to dye everything in your kitchen yellow from turmeric.
South African malva pudding with easy frozen custard - Simply Delicious
South African Malva pudding is rich, syrupy and absolutely delicious served with quick and easy frozen custard. The ultimate dessert.
30 Authentic biryani recipes you must try - Pepperlace
30 Authentic Biryani Recipes You Must Try 1. Murgh Noormahal Biryani Recipe by Sanjeev Kapoor Source 2. Chettinad Mushroom Biryani Recipe Source 3. Chicken Dum Biryani Recipe Source 4. Prawns Biryani Source 5. Soya Chunks Biryani Recipe Source 6.Hyderabad Vegetable Birayani Recipe Source 7. Fish Dum Biryani Source 8. Mutton Biryani Recipe Source 9. Paneer Dum …
Bunny Chow in Durban, South Africa
Bunny Chow is a minced meat stew made with lamb, chicken, or beef that's served in a crusty bread bowl. The stew is sloppy, rich, and flavorful. Eating the bowl once it's swollen with all the savory stew juices will put you back where you belong: in bed.
Tasting notes de-coded | Winemag.co.za | SA Wine Ratings, News, Opinion & Analysis
Struggle to find "whiffs of capsicum" on your Sauvignon Blanc? Or "cassis" on your Cab? You might find wine tasting notes intimidating or just pompous but the
South African Bunny Chow - my vegetarian version with Chickpeas
South African cuisine is a titillating mix of Indian, British, Malay, Portuguese and Indonesian food. Every group of settlers has left its own mark on the
Chilli Bites are a scrumptious Indian snack, fast becoming a popular finger food at parties throughout South Africa. They’re also known by their Malay word dhaltjies or the Indian word Bhajias…but regardless of which name you prefer to call them, Chilli Bites always make a delicious vegetarian snack. They are traditionally eaten as an appetizer... Read More »
Homemade Samosa Patti, How To Make Samosa Patti recipe
Samosa Patti is a truly handy ingredient to have in stock. You can mix up a tasty filling, stuff it into the pattis and deep-fry to instantly make yummy snacks like samosas and spring rolls. You can even come up with your own interesting creations using the frozen patti – we know people who deep-fry strips of patti and use it to make a chaat; toss it up with sauces and veggies like an instant pasta; or sauté patti strips with veggies and masalas to make a quick-fix South Indian kotthu…