Snoek Braai (BBQ). Snoek is the local name for a species of pike that inhabits the waters around the South African coast. The flesh is firm and succulent, Delicious cooked on hot coals or smoked.

Snoek is the local name for a species of pike that inhabits the waters around the South African coast. The flesh is firm and succulent, Delicious cooked on hot coals or smoked.

Putu! A traditional food of the Zulus in South Africa. Remember and MISS it so much from my childhood there!

Putu pap in a potjie

There are three principles to making putu pap successfully, say Jan Braai. They are managing the ration of water to maize meal, building an iceberg and using a two-tined fork.

Here's another lip smacker of a recipe from Justin Bonello. Try his take on the beef wellington.

Justin Bonello's braaied beef wellington

Here's another lip smacker of a recipe from Justin Bonello, freshly pressed from the Land of Thirst. Try his take on the beef wellington.

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Snoek on the braai with Chaloner Apricot Jam We decided to take advantage of the sunshine and warm weather over the weekend by having a typically Capetonian snoek braai. The combination of snoek and apricot jam has always baffled me but the tangy flavours work amazingly well with fish. Give this traditional recipe a try and we promise your friends will be begging you to make it for every braai over the summer!

Snoek on the braai with Chaloner Apricot Jam We decided to take advantage of the sunshine and warm weather over the weekend by having a typically Capetonian snoek braai. The combination of snoek and apricot jam has always baffled me but the tangy flavours work amazingly well with fish. Give this traditional recipe a try and we promise your friends will be begging you to make it for every braai over the summer!

A delicious and filling braai side dish.

Boerewors Braai Pie

Filled with boerewors, Braai Relish and gooey cheese, this delicious and filling braai side dish is one is for the meat lovers. Try it at your next BBQ.

Proudly South-African... The word braai is Afrikaans for "barbecue" or "grill" and is a social custom in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Zimbabwe and Zambia. The term originated with the Afrikaans-speaking people, but has since been adopted by South Africans of many ethnic backgrounds. The word vleis is Afrikaans for "meat".

The South African braai. It's like our cookout, and although they do sausages of a sort (not the long circular sausages) they never do hamburgers.

Lamb Steaks with Herbs and Caramelized Garlic-1

Lamb Steaks with Herbs and Caramelized Garlic. This has a great flavor and cooks up super quick. Just be sure not to burn the herbs! It was also on the rare side for my liking, so I might extend it even further and go a little lower heat for 5 or 6 min

A South African braai is the same as a BBQ. South African's love to braai boerewors (a thick farmers sausage filled with coriander and other spices), lamb or pork chops, ribs or chicken/lamb/beef kebabs usually marinated before braaiing! Volunteer with Via Volunteers and have a braai!

A South African braai is the same as a bbq. South African's love to braai boerewors (a thick farmers sausage filled with coriander and other spices), lamb or pork chops, ribs or chicken/lamb/beef kebabs usually marinated before braaiing!

We dont slap a coupla shrimp on the barbie...we dont BBQ... we BRAAI... South African style... using gas is for wimps - nothing like the taste of a braai done on the coals...

The South African “braai” (barbecue) is a way of life and a culinary experience unequalled in the world - Delicious food in South Africa, South African food guide

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