If you’re in need of a quick and delicious recipe for dinner tonight, we got you covered with our vegetarian tomato and baked-bean bredie!
Influenced by Indonesian-, Malaysian- and Indian cooking, Cape Malay cuisine is wonderfully unique. So dig into the full-bodied flavours of our remarkable chicken and sugar-bean bredie with homemade chapati.
MyKitchen reader Gail Schoonraad gave us this delicious waterblommetjie bredie dish that makes all our South African comfort food dreams come true! ‘This recipe is amazing, because if lamb is pricey that week, you can easily leave it out!’ says Gail.
Spring may be here but the cold weather certainly hasn’t left, and this tomato bredie soup with cauliflower croutons will really hit the spot on a cool evening.
Looking for Sunday lunch inspiration? We’re throwing it back to when we featured self-taught chef Cass Abrahams in our beautiful magazine, and she shared her waterblommetjie bredie recipe with us. Tuck in!
This is the tomato bredie potjie is tastiest, most flavourful potjie that you will ever make. I love lamb and using it in a potjie is just perfect, especially when you cook it on the bone with some marrow and fat. That is where all the flavour comes from and South Africa has some of the best lamb in the world.
South Africa has some of the most beautiful local veggies. This recipe makes use of the lovely waterblommetjie and pairs with a traditional and delicious beer bread. Whip this combo up at your next braai and let the compliments roll in.