South Africa: Recipes and Cuisine
The cooking of South Africa, often called "rainbow cuisine," is a mix of indigenous African dishes, the cooking of Dutch and English settlers and the well spiced foods of Malays, Indians and Indonesian.
Chakalaka - Spicy Tomato Pepper Relish
Chakalaka is a South African tomato-based relish that has its origins in the townships of Johannesburg. 10 years ago, I was living in Joh...
Chakalaka (South African)
It's been quiet on the blog because lately a lot of life has been happening instead, I've got so many wonderful things on and some great things that I'm working towards at the moment. But I do have a file full of photos and recipes to share with you, and I'll do my best to get as many of them up as I can. I'm going to be taking the next couple of months off my world food challenge, because I've got a bit too much else happening. But I have quite a few recipes left over from South Africa…
My Epic Chicken Soup with Nutmeg, Thyme & Cream
I can't think of a recipe that stirs more emotion among cooks than home-made chicken soup. I reckon that's because it's one of the world's f...
Butternut Soup - Just Easy Recipes
A bowl of steaming hot butternut soup served with fresh bread is irresistible to most – especially on a cold winter’s day. This quick and easy recipe will allow you to whip up a typical South African starter in no time at all. Ingredients: 1 large butternut 1 ½ cans of light coconut milk 1...Read More
South African Butternut Soup Recipe - Food.com
This recipe is so simple, and yet is the tastiest butternut soup ever! I am quite sure that the chilli pepper has a great deal to do with its success, it really is just a hint of a burn, but brings out the rich, nutty flavour of the squash perfectly. For this recipe to be truly wonderful, a home-made chicken stock is the ideal choice, so the little time it takes to boil up some chicken carcasses and herbs is well worth the trouble, there are loads of simple recipes for chicken and other…
Cauliflower and Potato Soup with Cheese | Ina Paarman
Make this soup when cauliflower is freely available and at a good price. This delicious recipe will find favour with young and old. You may replace the cauliflower with broccoli and the cheddar cheese with blue cheese.