South African Peppermint Crisp Tart: An easy quick dessert that will have you scooping for more.

Easy short cut South African Peppermint Crisp Tart: An easy quick dessert that will have you scooping for more.

I love elegant desserts, this is a nice twist to the traditional tiramisu using the delicious south african liquor Amarula

Pinner said: I love elegant desserts, this is a nice twist to the traditional tiramisu using the delicious south african liquor Amarula

BUNNY CHOW #stew

Bunny chow - South Africa's own street food

street food, Bunny Chow, South African Street Food (basically curry in a loaf of bread)

Bunny Chow - South African street food. Try the real thing in J'berg: http://www.globehunters.com/Flights/Johannesburg-Flights.htm

Have a taste of Durban with this Free Traditional South African Mutton Curry Bunny Chow. Bunny Chow is hollowed out bread filled with curry.

Paptert ~ pap tart (or porridge pie) is a delicious modern addition to South African braaivleis (barbeque). It's looks a little bit like a lasagne, but is made from maize porridge (mieliepap) and a very generous vegetable filling to ensure a rich, moist and admittedly decadent savoury tart. Leftovers will keeps well in the fridge until the following day, but should be served warm.

Paptert - otherwise known as porridge pie - a South African tart filled with veggies, bacon and cheese - side dish for a braai .

Traditional South African oxtail and red wine potjiekos (a slow-cooked stew done in a cast-iron pot over coals) | www. cooksister.com #SouthAfrican #recipe #glutenfree

Oxtail and red wine potjie

Traditional South African Oxtail and Red Wine Potjiekos (Slow-Cooked Stew Done In A Cast-Iron Pot Over Coals)

This curry recipe came from Grey Street in Durban, and was traditionally made not of bunnies, but mutton. During the Great Depression, all races in Durban, South Africa, went hungry like everyone else.

This is Durban's iconic Street Food - curry served in a hollowed out quarter loaf of bread.

This curry recipe came from Grey Street in Durban, and was traditionally made not of bunnies, but mutton. During the Great Depression, all races in Durban, South Africa, went hungry like everyone else.

This is Durban's iconic Street Food - curry served in a hollowed out quarter loaf of bread.

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