South african curry and rice recipes

Tripe Curry

Tripe Curry

A traditional SouthAfrican delicacy that remains a favourite in many homes. Drain and reserve the water
Fatima’s Fabulous Beef Curry

Fatima’s Fabulous Beef Curry

“I met Fatima Stanley when I joined the SouthAfrican Chef’s Association committee many years back. Serve with basmati rice, roti and sambals
The Story of Curry with La Motte

The Story of Curry with La Motte

For this recipe, typical SouthAfrican ingredients – dried apricots and raisins – are used. With these traditional ingredients and the Winelands cook book at hand, it’s very easy to prepare a traditional Cape Curry in your own home
Rabbit Bobotie

Rabbit Bobotie

One of my all time SouthAfrican favourites, Bobotie, is just perfect when cooked with rabbit instead of beef
Easy Beef Kharai

Easy Beef Kharai

I love that they are a SouthAfrican Company, that pride themselves in bringing only the best quality ingredients and blending their spices to meet our SouthAfrican palette
Bobotie

Bobotie

Today bobotie – spicy mince with a custard topping – is a typical SouthAfrican dish. Some people think that it originated from an Indonesian dish called bobotok Whatever the origin, we know it as a Cape Malay dish, made with spices andcurry
A sunny Sunday at Cape Point Vineyards

A sunny Sunday at Cape Point Vineyards

Mixing chicken and prawns in a curry is typically SouthAfricanand this dish served with fragrant rice, preserved lemon and cucumber mint raita was nicely spicy and light with sweet, juicy prawns
Tasting menus and tasty views at Clos Malverne

Tasting menus and tasty views at Clos Malverne

The Auret is what is known as a SouthAfrican blend (Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinotage) and was the first of its kind to win five stars in the prestigious Platter Wine Guide
A fabulous lunch in the Winelands at Clos Malverne

A fabulous lunch in the Winelands at Clos Malverne

My SouthAfrican pork belly tasting odyssey continues (yes, it’s become an odyssey) with this amazing slow roasted dish with confit baby onions, apple jelly, shimiji mushrooms, butternut puree, five spice jus and black garlic mash
Cape Malay dishes at Jonkershuis in Constantia

Cape Malay dishes at Jonkershuis in Constantia

Cape Malay cuisine is a fusion of SouthAfricanand Asian influences. Fish fillets are marinated in vinegar and spices including curry powder, turmeric, ginger andcoriander with plenty of soft onions
TRADITIONAL SOUTH AFRICAN BOBOTIE

TRADITIONAL SOUTH AFRICAN BOBOTIE

Serve with yellow riceand mixed veggies. Fry the onions in the oil until the onions are just soft and have some colour
Spicy Bobotie with Breyani Rice

Spicy Bobotie with Breyani Rice

Try this aromatic Cape Malay Bobotie for a taste that’s quintessentially SouthAfrican. There are quite a few ingredients but it’s an easy dish to prepare and the curryand spices will fill your home with an irresistible spicy fragrance