Try some of these traditional South African dishes, such as bobotie or biltong. Delicious!
This is a South African braai (barbecue) kebab - a sosatie - that could also be made with venison or beef. Leave the meat and vegetables to marinate overnight for best flavour.
Originating from South Africa this is a traditional milk tart recipe that is relatively easy to make and tastes great if you are looking for something new to try.
This is a traditional South African one pot dish. Don't be put off by the list of spices, because by flavouring each section of the dish as you go, the end result is a rich flavoured centrepiece.
This is a South African dish called Bobotie. It is easy to make and a delicious combination of flavours and textures. It's also a great sandwich filler.
These are South African biscuits of Dutch origin known as soetkoekies. They are flavoured with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, port and almonds. Perfect for Christmas.
This rice recipe is easy and plain but goes well with Bobotie and any meat dish - especially ones with gravy.
This is a family recipe for spicy or hot apricot chutney. Very easy to make. Goes well with meat and curries. It will remind South Africans of the famous Mrs Ball's chutney.
This is a recipe for Bobotie which is a South African dish that is most similar to meatloaf but also has extra ingredients like sultanas, almonds and chutney.
A lip smacking variation on the traditional South African legendary milk tart. Ouma Hester has shared this recipe countless times. The Dutch origins of the Melktert recipe can be traced back to the sixteenth century. The recipe is a real winner. It is enjoyed with coffee or tea, or as a desert, and very easy to prepare.
A simple frittata gets big flavour thanks to merguez sausage. Add almost any veg you have to hand - great options are sliced red capsicum, shredded zucchini, spinach or a mixture.