Recipe: Durban Chicken Curry
This simple Durban chicken curry recipe is the perfect introduction to South African Indian cuisine, which boasts the best tasting curries in the world.
Meat Samoosa Filling Recipe | Indian Fusion South Africa
A complete recipe for making the meat filling of the popular South African / Durban Indian fried snack known as the samoosa or samosa.
South African Curry and Rice - aninas recipes
South African Curry and Rice, the perfect comfort food that consists of slow cooked beef mince in a sweet and spicy curry sauce, with perfectly cooked carrots and potatoes, served on rice.
Roast leg of lamb with sweet onion marmalade | South African favourites
Food is central to the way in which we celebrate life, whether it marks a religious feast or a casual gathering with friends and family. Often what we share around the table is less important than the spirit in which it's offered, although bringing a roast to the table is always special. Favoured for its distinctive taste, lamb lends itself
Bunny Chow – deliciously tasty South African Street food with made with aromatic spices, meat, chickpeas and potatoes served in hollow bread. A one-of-a-kind sandwich! With winter in full swing, you can’t have enough comforting meals in your arsenal. I mean, think about it, why would want to make the same thing over ... View More
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Bunny Chow - South African street food - My Easy Cooking
Bunny Chow! What more can I teach you about this hot and spicy tummy filler? Jeanne the Cooksister has made it, Juno from Scrumptious South Africa has made cute little bite-size bunny chows so this might be all old news to you, but in case you have missed out on this popular street food, stay […]
The World's Strangest Street Food
Wandering through the riotous, labyrinthine stalls of Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market has given you an appetite. For hours, you’ve been pressing between crowds of local women haggling over mangoes, melons, and rank-smelling durian fruit; karaoke-CD hawkers wailing into staticky microphones; and bamboo cages full of fighting cocks and fluffy barking puppies. Suddenly, the aroma of sizzling sesame oil overtakes you—and dead ahead, you see a vendor scooping hot, crispy-looking snacks into paper…