South African Piri-Piri Chicken - The Wanderlust Kitchen
A delicious recipe for South African Piri-Piri chicken, featuring tender chicken breasts simmered in a spiced lemon and onion sauce. Easy and different!
Traditional South African Koeksisters Recipe • Lovely Greens
South African koeksisters are a from-scratch braided donut that's cooked crisp then soaked in sweet spiced syrup. A favorite sweet treat that you can commonly buy in South Africa, and a special taste of home for ex-pats around the world.
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.
Peppermint Crisp No Bake Fridge Tart Pudding Recipe | Just Easy Recipes
A quick and absolutely delicious, decadent dessert that never fails to please!
Bobotie revisited - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
Bobotie is a classic Cape Malay dish from South Africa - gently spiced mince with sultanas and flaked almonds baked under a savoury custard.
Cape brandy pudding (or tipsy tart) revisited - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
This deliciously boozy date pudding with its brandy-laced sauce makes an excellent alternative to traditional Christmas pudding.
The South African Cookie
Crunchies are something a lot of South Africans grew up with, like Hershey’s Kisses in North America, or hot, roasted chestnuts in Europe. Yet, I never ever thought that they were in fact a p…
Koffiekoekies / coffee biscuits
Dutch Koffiekoekies / Coffee Cookies-with a coffee-fudge filling. These biscuits are regarded as a bit of a delicious luxury because it's hard work to make them. But the result is such a delightful mixture of textures and flavours, that it's well worth the effort.
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.
The World's Strangest Street Food
Wandering through the riotous, labyrinthine stalls of Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market has given you an appetite. For hours, you’ve been pressing between crowds of local women haggling over mangoes, melons, and rank-smelling durian fruit; karaoke-CD hawkers wailing into staticky microphones; and bamboo cages full of fighting cocks and fluffy barking puppies. Suddenly, the aroma of sizzling sesame oil overtakes you—and dead ahead, you see a vendor scooping hot, crispy-looking snacks into paper…