We South Africans are major foodies! With an incredible variety of local cuisine, mixed in with some international flavours and dishes, South African food is a unique indulgence for locals and tourists alike. Uber Eats is uncovering what South African citizens really enjoy and what they can’t stand to eat.
This year the world’s most prestigious food awards, Great Taste, announced that local South African chocolate brand AFRIKOA won the Great Taste Award for its 55% Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate.
What better way to celebrate Heritage Day than with one of our amazing local-is-lekker recipes that will knock your socks off!
Local is lekker so we’re sharing our top 10 local cookbooks with you today. Happy feasting! Let us know which one you’d love to get your hands on.
No matter where you are in our beautiful country, you will be met with a rich variety of traditional meals that date back to the very start of South Africa’s formation. Keep reading to see the best local dish from your province. You will know these amazing meals for either their taste, their popularity or both!
South African cuisine has a rich history of mixing cultures and interesting food discoveries. A Durban-original dish, the bunny chow is a delicious local curry traditionally placed in the hulled-out centre of a half loaf of bread.
Make the perfect sweet loaf with these pull-apart mosbolletjies. This classic local baked good will never cease to be a favourite!
If you haven’t heard already, VAT increased to 15% on April 1st, but Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has announced that poor households will not be affected by this change. We’re bringing you the latest list of VAT free food items, and showing you how to cook with them.
If you’re someone who enjoys having pap with every meal of the day, we’ve made it way easier with these awesome breakfast pap waffles! It’s easy and delicious, so you never have to worry about breakfast again.
With summer drawing to a close, we got our hands on some of the last watermelons of the season (and recommend you do the same). And because we never waste here in the MK kitchen, we used the rind to make a lovely watermelon konfyt, a South African classic.