African Cuisine

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Potjiekos is a traditional South African stew that has been enjoyed by all. It is a cooked outdoors in a round, cast iron, three-legged cauldron called a potjie, on a wooden or charcoal fire pit.

Fresh tomato salad. A must with every braai. With tomatoes, onions, lettuce, feta cheese, olives etc. anything your tastebuds desire.

Braaibroodjies are the South African version of grilled cheese sandwiches. These golden brown sandwiches with gooey melted cheese, sliced tomato and onions, and a splash of Mrs. Balls chutney, are a traditional side dish for any South African barbecue, or braai.

Noodle salad – perfect refreshing with any braai (BBQ). Consisting of noodles, chillis or peppadews etc. Basically, anything you desire mixed in a sweet and tangy sauce.

Potjiekos is made with meats like beef, lamb, chicken, seafood or pork with vegetables (any vegetables) with spices. The result is a flavorful, hearty stew for sharing with friends and family.

Aartappelslaai -Potato salad is a side dish made from boiled potatoes, usually mixed with mayonnaise and seasonings such as salt, pepper, onions and mustard etc.  Potato salad is a popular dish in South Africa, especially during braais and other social gatherings.

Potbrood (“pot bread”) Potbrood traditionally baked in a cast-iron pot (also known as a Dutch oven) – lined with hot coals in a pit in the ground.

‘Spitbraai’ is the traditional way of catering for large groups of guests. Use any big piece of meat and slowly and gently rotate it for hours, over a prepared coal fire, while basting during this time, until cooked through.

Paptert is a layered dish – with “stywe pap” (thick porridge) and a filling bacon, mushrooms onions tomato, etc. Basically, anything goes!