Instead of having the usual boerewors rolls for Sunday lunch, why not try these super tasty beer-marinated boerewors gyros?
Regular spaghetti with meatballs? How boring. Rather embrace your South African heritage and make spaghetti with BOERIE meatballs instead!
Cape Town’s signature sandwich, served up MK style. Say what now? Gatsbys are bread rolls split lengthways, filled with hot chips and meat, chicken or seafood, and covered with trimmings and sauce. The sandwich received its name because it’s as decadent as the wealthy characters in F Scott Fitzgerald’s famous novel (besides pickled fish, you can cram it full of Viennas, polony, masala steak or just about anything else you fancy). But that’s where the similarities end. Greasy, satisfying and now an SA cultural icon, this meal in a roll certainly gets a green light from us.
We made a few tweaks to one of SA’s classics and created a meat-free chickpea bunny chow, complete with mango atchar for extra flavour.
Looking for new ways to spice up your braai meat? Try these South African-style boerewors corn dogs for a yummy twist on a local favourite.
Traditional fish and chips is one of SA’s best-loved street foods! Whether it’s strolling along a breezy wharf munching on a small portion wrapped in newspaper, or stopping at your local corner shop for a quick dinner on the way home from work, there are plenty of ways to enjoy this delicious treat. Here, we show you how to prep your own at home.
There’s nothing we love more than gobbling up a plateful of traditional samoosas, so we made these beefy baked samoosas to enjoy anytime at home!
It’s never too early for pickled fish! We kept this traditional recipe super straightforward and delicious – the good old-fashioned way.
Who knew these two favourites could make the ultimate South African treat? Our home-made roosterkoek with biltong cream cheese is the ultimate comfort dish!
We think it’s high time to indulge in some South African classics like you’ve never seen them before, starting with this vetkoek with curried mince.