The National dish of South Africa! Potjie!!! Read the recipe and it sounds great.... and the blog it is from has other good So African recipes

The National dish of South Africa! Potjie!!! Read the recipe and it sounds great.... and the blog it is from has other good So African recipes

KITS-VETKOEK Meng 2 kop Bruismeel en 1 t sout met 300 ml louwarm melk tot sagte deeg wat van lepel val. Verhit plat pan met vlak olie tot medium warm. Skep lepels vol in olie en bak op medium hitte tot goudbruin alkant en gaar. Dreineer olie op kombuispapier. **Bedien dadelik warm met stroop.♫ Indien jy nie bruismeel het nie – 2 kop meel en 15ml bakpoeier gemeng.

KITS-VETKOEK Meng 2 kop Bruismeel en 1 t sout met 300 ml louwarm melk tot sagte deeg wat van lepel val. Verhit plat pan met vlak olie tot medium warm. Skep lepels vol in olie en bak op medium hitte tot goudbruin alkant en gaar. Dreineer olie op kombuispapier. **Bedien dadelik warm met stroop.♫ Indien jy nie bruismeel het nie – 2 kop meel en 15ml bakpoeier gemeng.

Lychee - South Africa, bunches of them were sold on the side of the road around Durban. Delicious.

Lychee - South Africa, bunches of them were sold on the side of the road around Durban. Delicious.

The tasty mopane worms are a staple in the diet in rural areas and are considered a delicacy in the cities. They can be eaten dry, as crunchy as potato chips, popcorn or cooked and drenched in sauce.

Traditional African Cuisine: Mopane Worms

The tasty mopane worms are a staple in the diet in rural areas and are considered a delicacy in the cities. They can be eaten dry, as crunchy as potato chips, popcorn or cooked and drenched in sauce.

Biltong. Dried and cured raw meat with a very different taste than beef jerky. I miss biltong.

Biltong. Dried and cured raw meat with a very different taste than beef jerky. I miss biltong.

"bunny chow | Tumblr" - a very South African food: stew in a hollowed-out breadloaf. Did you know there's a political backstory? Bunny chow was served to non-whites who were not allowed into restaurants. It was an early version of "to-go" takeaway food.

A popular South African ‘street’ food known as...

"bunny chow | Tumblr" - a very South African food: stew in a hollowed-out breadloaf. Did you know there's a political backstory? Bunny chow was served to non-whites who were not allowed into restaurants. It was an early version of "to-go" takeaway food.

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