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Spice up chicken thighs in a South African curry, packed with flavourful spices and served with a side of sweet, fragrant rice

Cape Malay chicken curry with yellow rice

Spice up chicken thighs in a South African curry, packed with flavourful spices and served with a side of sweet, fragrant rice

Ethnic Food - Eastern Hemisphere (South African Lamb Curry, Africa, African American)

My famous Durban Curry: Hot Lamb curry with Peas and Apricot

This lamb curry is hot and spicy and originates from the South African region of Natal - also known as Durban Curry.

Cape Malay Lamb Curry, Lamb Curry, South African Curry, Malay Style Curry

Cape Malay Lamb Curry

Cape Malay Lamb Curry, Lamb Curry, South African Curry, Malay Style Curry

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,

Bobotie (Lekkerbek)

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.

Theresa's choice - Shuchi Mittal with a cocktail version of the famous South African Indian Bunny Chows.

South African Mini Bunny Chow - Honest Cooking

A cocktail version of the famous South African Indian Bunny Chows.

Here is a great Cape Malay spice mix to use in Cape Malay curries and other dishes. It is adapted from this recipe on food.com. I only made 1/3 of batch of

Cape Malay Curry Powder

Here is a great Cape Malay spice mix to use in Cape Malay curries and other dishes. It is adapted from this recipe on food.com. I only made 1/3 of batch of

Waterblommetjie brede

Waterblommetjie bredie -Melissa Delport

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Tomato Bredie

Cape Malay Tomato Bredie

A tomato bredie is the ultimate manifestation of South African home cooking. Ostensibly a stew, bredies form an integral part of South African huiskos (home cooking), and whilst there are a number …

When the first blue clouds come tumbling over the African horizon like angry boulders and the blistering wind comes rushing through the windows carrying that unmistakable cent of rain, you know that a Highveld thunderstorm calls for one thing – a delectable Curry and Rice.Back in the day, when the heavens used to open up, a thunderstorm always summoned my mom and gran to the kitchen to deliver (in what feels like minutes) delicious rainy day comfort foods.You know what I mean, right? The…

South African Curry and Rice - aninas recipes

South African Curry and Rice, that consists of slow cooked beef mince in a sweet and spicy curry sauce, with perfectly cooked carrots and potatoes.

Lamb Karahi Curry | Cape Malay Cooking & Other Delights - Salwaa Smith

Curry – Cape Malay Cooking & Other Delights – Salwaa Smith

Various curry recipes

Chicken Curry with Cardamom - The Happy Foodie

Chicken Curry with Cardamom - The Happy Foodie

From the book Curry Easy by Madhur Jaffrey, this simple to make chicken curry has the addition of delectable cardamom. Best served with basmati rice.

There are as many variations for bobotie as there are cooks. The only secret is to find you own favourite amount and mix of spices! Other than widely believed, bobotie did not come with the slaves from Indonesia, but was actually brought from Holland by founding father Jan van Riebeeck in 1652. Why then the spices, so typical of Indonesian and Sri Lankan cooking? Because through the Dutch East India Company which sailed round the Cape of Good Hope, the Netherlands had a lively spice trade…

Bobotie, from the Cape Recipe - Food.com

There are as many variations for bobotie as there are cooks. The only secret is to find you own favourite amount and mix of spices! Other than widely believed, bobotie did not come with the slaves from Indonesia, but was actually brought from Holland by founding father Jan van Riebeeck in 1652. Why then the spices, so typical of Indonesian and Sri Lankan cooking? Because through the Dutch East India Company which sailed round the Cape of Good Hope, the Netherlands had a lively spice trade…