Crustless Melktert (quick) by Cape Malay Cooking & Other Delights on Facebook:

Crustless Melktert (quick) by Cape Malay Cooking & Other Delights on Facebook:

Lamsosaties en roosterkoek. Maak die sosaties twee dae voor die tyd sodat dit kan marineer / Lamb skewers and roosterkoek

Lamsosaties en roosterkoek. Maak die sosaties twee dae voor die tyd sodat dit kan marineer / Lamb skewers and roosterkoek

Biltong -  differs from jerky in two distinct ways: The meat used in biltong can be much thicker while jerky is normally very thin meat. The vinegar and salt in biltong along with the drying process, cures the meat as well as adding texture and flavour. Jerky is dried without vinegar.

Biltong - differs from jerky in two distinct ways: The meat used in biltong can be much thicker while jerky is normally very thin meat. The vinegar and salt in biltong along with the drying process, cures the meat as well as adding texture and flavour. Jerky is dried without vinegar.

Spicy Seafood Potjie (South Africa by The Food and the Fabulous)

Spicy Seafood Potjie (South Africa by The Food and the Fabulous)

Vegetables: Maize (corn) is probably the biggest staple food in South Africa. It is ground up and used as mielie-meal in food dishes, and can also be cooked and eaten by itself. It is also quite easy to grow. One serving would be one cob, or about 1 cup.

Vegetables: Maize (corn) is probably the biggest staple food in South Africa. It is ground up and used as mielie-meal in food dishes, and can also be cooked and eaten by itself. It is also quite easy to grow. One serving would be one cob, or about 1 cup.

Slow Food at Slow Market – Stellenbosch & Willowbridge – South Africa  http://www.tiffanybphotographer.com/

Slow Food at Slow Market – Stellenbosch & Willowbridge – South Africa http://www.tiffanybphotographer.com/

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