Begin your exploration of South African food with this easy to follow list of foods and recipes.

Top 10 South African Foods to Try

From chakalaka to biltong, we have delved into the life of food from Mzansi, the Rainbow Nation, and have come up with this incredible list of top 10 South African foods to try.

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Eat Your Way Through South Africa

This article has everything you need to know about delicious South African cuisine!

A slightly spicy, chicken and peanut stew that can be eaten on its own, or with rice.

African Chicken and Peanut Stew

African Chicken and Peanut Stew. This is a slightly spicy, chicken and peanut stew that can be eaten on its own, or with rice.

21 iconic South African foods – the ultimate guide for visitors http://www.eatout.co.za/article/21-iconic-south-african-foods-ultimate-guide-visitors/

Visitors to South African shores should try these iconic traditional South African foods of Xhosa, Afrikaans and Cape Malay heritage.

Potjiekos - South Africa [It means "small pot food." As a stew prepared outdoors, made in a 3-leg cast iron pot, the potjie descended from the Dutch oven of the Netherlands to South Africa in the 17th century and is now throughout the homes and villages of South Africa. The pot is heated using small amounts of wood or charcoal ]

Potjiekos - South Africa [It means "small pot food." As a stew prepared…

Vetkoeks South African aka Fat Cake, crispy outside and warm and fluffy inside filled with minced curry with step-by step pictorial

Vetkoek

Vetkoeks South African aka Fat Cake, crispy outside and warm and fluffy inside filled with minced curry with step-by step pictorial

Noord-Afrikaanse tajine met kip en pompoen recept - Kip - Eten Gerechten - Recepten Vandaag

Noord-Afrikaanse tajine met kip en pompoen

Noord-Afrikaanse tajine met kip en pompoen, tajine de frango com abobora receita da Africa do Norte

Tomato bredie recipe | South African recipes | Cookbook.co.za

tomato_bredie (We don't eat lamb or mutton but this works just as well with beef - just cook it slowly for longer)

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