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Cape Malay Frikkadels
Posted 03-11-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Cape Malay Frikkadels
Cape Malay Frikkadels (rissoles) are flavoured with spices which make them a real taste sensation. Traditionally served with tomato smoor (an onion…
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Emmertee
Posted 03-11-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Emmertee (Emmer - Bucket; tee - tea), a sweet tea served in an enamel bucket. Guests help themselves by dipping their cup into the bucket.
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Dhai
Posted 03-11-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Dhai, a Cape Malay accompaniment for spicy meat dishes made with yoghurt, spices and dhania. Very good with beryani.
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Denningvleis
Posted 03-11-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Denningvleis
Denningvleis, a delicious Cape Malay lamb stew flavoured with tamarind or lemon juice, bay leaves and spices to give an exciting sweet-sour flavour…
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Gestampte Snoek
Posted 03-11-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Gestampte snoek is a pâté-like spread also known as snoek paste or snoek sambal and is delicious served on freshly baked bread.
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Ghiema Curry
Posted 02-11-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Ghiema curry is beef or mutton cut into very small pieces, slightly larger than minced meat. For variation, add cubed potatoes and a chopped chilli.
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Essies
Posted 02-11-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Essies, crisp, sweet biscuits with a lovely combination of spices baked in interestingly coloured S-shapes.
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Gedatmelk
Posted 02-11-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Gedatmelk, a sweet, milky drink served at Cape Malay prayer meetings following a funeral.
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Beef Bobotie
Posted 27-10-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Beef Bobotie
Beef bobotie begins with minced beef, a little soaked bread, eggs, butter, finely chopped onion, garlic, curry powder and turmeric. All are mixed…
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Koesisters
Posted 23-10-2009 in Baking and Sweet Recipes
Koesisters
Koesisters are spongier, plumper and spicier than its Afrikaans cousin koeksisters. They are never plaited and sometimes made with the addition of…
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Sosaties
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Sosaties
Sosaties are one of the best examples of the Malay influence in South African cooking. Because of the Muslim proscription against pig products, sosaties…
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Samoosas
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Samoosas
Samoosa (pronounced suh-moo-suh) - A small, spicy, triangular-shaped pie that has been deep-fried in oil. Made by the Indian and Malay communities, samoosas…
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Koeksisters
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Koeksisters
Koeksisters are twisted plaits of golden dough soaked in thick syrup until translucent. Tasting of honey they are as traditionally South African as melktert…
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Bobotie
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Bobotie
How bobotie became a traditional South African dish is unknown. The word is derived from the Indonesian word “bobotok”, the recipe for which first appeared…
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Snoek Sambal
Posted 05-10-2009 in Appetiser Recipes
Snoek Sambal
Snoek sambal is an adaptation of a recipe for fish sambal - very spicy fish spread - brought to South Africa by Malay slaves. This recipe makes…
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Snoek Curry
Posted 04-10-2009 in Curry Recipes
Snoek Curry
The Cape Malays have been serving snoek curry for years and this dish with the addition of apricot jam is a taste sensation that will have you coming back…
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Pienang Curry
Posted 04-10-2009 in Curry Recipes
Pienang curry, a mild Cape Malay lamb curry simmered until all the flavours have blended to form an aromatic whole which is a true taste…
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Cape Malay Pickled Fish
Posted 03-10-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Cape Malay Pickled Fish
Cape Malay pickled fish is one of the best known Cape dishes and it is probably one of the oldest. Although pickling is a universal method of…
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Cape Malay Curried Fish
Posted 03-10-2009 in Cape Malay Recipes
Cape Malay Curried Fish
This traditional Cape Malay curried fish dish layered with cooked onions and saturated with a sweet-sour sauce is very similar and just as tasty as…
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