Side dishes to serve with cape malay curry recipes

Cape Malay Pickled Fish

Cape Malay Pickled Fish

Before its association with Easter, pickled fish was simply a tasty way for the CapeMalay community to make the most of an abundance of fish during the summer months by preserving the fish – allowing them to keep the fish for an extended period of time

Osso Buco, Cape Malay Style

Add the shanks, don’t overcrowd the pan, brown well on both sides. It’s servedwith saffron infused Risotto

Osso Bucco, Cape Malay Style

Add the shanks, don’t overcrowd the pan, brown well on both sides. It’s servedwith saffron infused Risotto
CHICKEN CURRY

CHICKEN CURRY

Traditionally servedwith onion and tomato salad. Transfer into a serving dish and enjoy with breyani, curry, etc…
Pickled Fish (Ingelegde Vis)

Pickled Fish (Ingelegde Vis)

When the oil is warm, fry the fish five minutes on each side or until the fish is cooked thoroughly. Wipe the fish dry with a clean kitchen towel
SeaBreeze Fish & Shell on Bree Street

SeaBreeze Fish & Shell on Bree Street

SeaBreeze has a lovely chilled atmosphere and as befits its name has a seaside feel to it even though you’re not that close to the beach

Dry Spicy Lamb Curry

After it is cooked, drain the water completely and keep aside. Smear each chapati with butter and wrap it in foil to keep warm
Roti Jala

Roti Jala

Flip the roti over and continue cooking on the other side until the roti is cooked through. Also widely referred to as lace bread, roti jala is a delicate web of coconut flavoured batter, lightly fried and then served either withcurry or as a traditional sweet, eaten with a mixture of boiled coconut milk, palm sugar and pandan leaves called serawa

BUTTER CHICKEN CURRY

Mix everything togetherwith hand. Salt to taste. Servewith White Basmati rice. Cover with clingwrap and marinade for a few hours or overnight