This is how they made biltong in Namibia for generations and it is still the #1 recipe.
Biltong is a rich inheritance from the pioneering forefathers and is as traditionally South African as Boerewors, Braaivleis and Sunny Skies.
Pronounced 'ba-boor-tea'. A traditional South African dish. Serve with mashed pumpkin or kumera.
Filled with boerewors, Rhodes Braai Relish and gooey cheese, this delicious and filling braai side dish is one for the meat lovers.
Born in the townships of South Africa, chakalaka has been a staple for generations of black South Africans and is a required condiment at South African braais, or barbecues.
Old style South African fish cakes.
Geelrys, or “yellow rice” in English, is a classic side dish in South African cuisine. It is perfect for when you need something livelier than just plain old boiled rice.
A South African favourite and perfect for a camping trip. Try this delicious recipe on your next adventure (or at home).
This rich, South African pudding contains no marshmallows, but probably got its name from its spongy texture! Delicious served hot or cold with cream.
An easy South African meal with earthy and aromatic flavours made with minced beef, potatoes, peas flavoured with curry powder, paprika, ground ginger and other spices.
One of the best South African Indian food recipes that is full of flavour and tastes great with rice or roti bread. This is one of those dishes that tastes better on the second and third day.
Pampoen Koekies is a South African dessert made with cooked pumpkin. It can be served with powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar or sugar syrup, choice is up to yours.
Pumpkin fritters are delightful, especially when served warm with crunchy cinnamon sugar. You can almost serve it as dessert!
Once the prep work is done, it requires little effort, more of a watchful eye. Several hours later, you’re rewarded with meltingly tender meat and a pan-like jam that’ll impress your guests.
Roosterkoek forms such a big part of South African culture, and more and more, are found at festivals and markets, adorned with syrup, cheese, scrambled egg and bacon.