Melktert (translated as "milk tart" in English) has been made in South Africa since the time of the Dutch settlers in the Cape and consists basically of a sweet crust, filled with a milk and egg custard. Although similar to a traditional European custard tart or Chinese egg tart, it contains a higher ratio of milk, so it is lighter in colour and texture and has a stronger milk flavour.
Lamb Potjiekos recipe South Africa Traditional Food
Jump to Recipe·Print Recipe 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 (or is this just my family?). But there is no denying...Read More
Rice and red beans is a typical staple in Haiti where I first enjoyed this side dish and it seemed to appear at almost every meal in some form. The Kreyol cuisine is a mixture of French, African and Spanish. Serve this along with some plantains and maybe a nice dish of goat, beef, chicken…