Just because they’re farm-style, doesn’t mean these pumpkin fritters won’t come with a kick. Tiaan shares his own lekker recipe so that you’ll have something sweet to show off at your next family braai – enjoy.
Something sweet, something spicy, but what about both?! Well the Punchy Peach & Apricot Chutney is a paired South African favourite. Join Sue-Ann as she digs and stirs into the perfect home-made chutney.
Pot brood, or pot bread, is more than just a loaf – it’s a delicious, savoury mix of South African aromas and tastes baked into a traditional cooking pojtie (perfect for braais). Join Lentswe as he discovers a master’s take on this coal-hot dish.
A little pastry triangle packed full of vooma – smaaklike samoosas are the perfect example of “good things come in little packages”. Sue-Ann got inspired to share her very own samoosa recipe after a visit to the District Six museum.
When it comes to a yummy bowl of waterblommetjiebredie, a spoonful of its goodness is a bigger mouthful than its name (and that’s saying something) – it’s a meat-based stew you’re going to fall in love with. Try Lentswe’s recipe today!
Hertzoggies are as difficult to describe as they are to forget – a wonderful teatime treat with a coconutty tang. Join Tiaan as he shares this family favourite recipe, with some tricksy tips to boot.
Us South Africans love our brandewyn, but the delicious Kaapse Brandy Pudding is like taking the sunshine and adding the beach – something already amazing, made more amazing. Join Sue-Ann as she shares the secret to this lekker dessert.
Umngqusho, aka Samp ‘n Beans, is a truly South African staple full of hearty goodness. Fill your kitchen with a lekker aroma in the true Saffa tradition with Lentswe’s recipe for a helping of samp ‘n beans.