This is a multi-part recipe featuring a flavorful crocodile curry, homemade naan bread, and a refreshing Indian salad with tomato and mint dressing. This culinary creation draws inspiration from both Northern Indian cuisine and Nagi’s recipes.
This recipe comprises two components: grilled crocodile and a vegetable dish inspired by the classic aloo matar. The crocodile is marinated in yogurt and spices, then grilled. The vegetable dish features potatoes, peas, and spinach cooked with aromatic spices, tomatoes, and yogurt. Both elements are combined to create a flavorful and unique dish.
Waterblommetjiebredie is a traditional South African stew made with waterblommetjies, which are small water lily flowers found in freshwater ponds and marshes. The dish originated in the Western Cape region of South Africa and is known for its unique and earthy flavors.
I recently got my hands on wild boar and seeing that cider and sage are commonly used with pork, I decided to improvise and use an apple and beer with a browned sage sauce instead to contribute to the rustic flavours and image of the wild boar.
I recently got my hands on some very good quality warthog stewing meat. While searching for a suitable recipe, I stumbled upon this recipe by Nico Verster – Slow-roasted warthog potjie with dukka spice – which had me instantly intrigued. Dukka (or dukkah or duqqa) is an Egyptian seed and nut condiment where warthog is a venison meat often used in South African cuisine and cooked in a potjie which is a traditional way of cooking food in a cast iron pot. Fusion food indeed!
I recently got some very impressive sheep tails i.e. skaapstertjies from a friend in Loeriesfontein, a small village in the Northern Cape situated in the Hantam region. This area is renowned for its sheep farming and its hospitality.
Goulash, also called Gulash or Gulyás or Gulaš, is one of the national dishes of Hungary and its origin can be traced back to the 9th century as a stew eaten by Hungarian shepherds.
This chorizo and broccoli soup is one of my favourites because of the contrast between the spicy chorizo sausage and the smooth creaminess of the broccoli.
This is an old recipe of mine with a bit of a twist by adding various condiments like guacamole, gremolata and chimichurri. This is one of my best soup recipes and one which I make each winter.