DURBAN CHICKEN CURRY - Melissa Mayo
If you like South African style curry this dish is insane. To say that this might be the best chicken I have ever made is no understatement. And it just happened by chance. I was craving a curry. Not the kind you get in America. In the US curry is a lot milder and has […]
Recipe | steak, dark ale and stilton pie | InDaily
This delicious winter-warming recipe for steak, dark ale and stilton pie comes from chef Ben O’Donoghue, is ideal for slow-cooking during the colder months.
Bobotie revisited - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
Bobotie is a classic Cape Malay dish from South Africa - gently spiced mince with sultanas and flaked almonds baked under a savoury custard.
Outydse Gemmerbier (3 resepte)
Lana van Helsdingen Outydse Gemmerbier. 6 liter water, 3 1/2 (half) kop suiker, 1 1/2 (half) eetlepel kremetart, 1 pakkie yeast (opgelos in bietjie warm water) 2 eetlepels gemmer, proppie vol suurlemoen geursel, handvol rosyne. Roer alles deurmekaar Plaas vadoek bo-oor en laat staan oornag. Gooi die volgende dag deur jou kaasdoek of vadoek. Sit in die yskas om te verkoel. Heerlik. Trudy Hoffman ek het net vanogend gmk & hier is die resep deur Myron Robonowitz geplaas in plaaslike koerant…
Cape Pickled Fish with Lime, Thyme & White Pepper, and a Pickled-Fish Paté, from the left-overs
I suppose one shouldn't tinker with a traditional South African recipe that has such a long and noble pedigree, but I thought I'd introduce ...
Ramadan Recipe: Keema/Minced Lamb Filling for Samosas, Spring Rolls, Parathas etc - Fatima Cooks
This is my favourite filling! Use this for samosas, spring rolls, parathas. You can even use it for pasta, salads, sandwiches - the list is never ending!
Lekkerbek Bobotie recipe: Bobotie is a traditional South African Dish. Its origin is unknown, although we know that the word originates from the Indonesian word bobotok of which a recipe appears in a 1609 Dutch recipe book. Initially the Cape Malay introduced it in South Africa, but after that every generation changed and smoothed it out to what it is today.
A traditional Cape Malay curry combines sweet and savoury flavours for a wonderfully fragrant and delicious meal. This recipe is slow cooked for meltingly tender beef, served over warm roti and garnished with fresh coriander.