Roosterkoek - a South African braai essential - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
Roosterkoek are South African yeast dough rolls that are baked over the coals of a barbecue - eaten hot off the grill with plenty og butter they make a delicious addition to any summer braai (barbecue).
Beef and potatoes are the main ingredients folded inside these wonderful deep fried samosas. Chicken livers may be substituted for beef, if you choose. My friend from Bangladesh gave me this savory, spicy recipe. You just can't buy better in the shops.
Sweet pot bread, a South African braai classic – Melkkos & Merlot
Pot bread with a sweet twist. Brown sugar and cream turn the traditional braai classic into a sticky treat your kids will devour.
Aarbeikonfyt-vensterkoekies Een van my gunsteling-koekies is Jolly Jammers. Dis maklik om te maak en proe nes dié wat ek as kind geëet het. (sowat 20 koekies) 400 g botter 200 g (385 ml)...
Buttermilk rusks – Karringmelk beskuit
On my Afrikaans link HERE I was asked to translate the buttermilk recipe. Well, here it goes! This recipe is from a friend of mine and it really tastes almost like the real buttermilk rusks y…
Traditional South African Bobotie
You either love it or hate it but Bobotie is firmly tied up in our South African roots! A delicious curried mince dish with a fruity sweetness makes for a great traditional family meal :) 2 onions,…