South african seafood curry recipes

Traditional South African Battered Fish

Traditional South African Battered Fish

The beautiful city of Cape Town, is also renowned for their fresh, Atlantic ocean, seafood produce. Be it Battered Fish, Fish Curry, Crumbed Fish, Grilled/Baked Fish
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
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 SouthAfrican and Asian influences. Seafood is a big favourite (well there’s plenty around) and fish dishes are usually salted, curried or pickled
Cape Malay Seafood Curry Recipe by GOLD Restaurant

Cape Malay Seafood Curry Recipe by GOLD Restaurant

Located in the heart of Cape Town, GOLD Restaurant opens its arms to local and international guests every day for a full dinner menu which features the full African food journey through southern and central Africa
Fruits de mer du Cap

Fruits de mer du Cap

When I read the recipe Fruits de mer du Cap (The Complete SouthAfrican Fish & Seafood Cookbook by Alicia Wilkinson) where the author says

Cape Malay Chicken Curry Recipe | Martha Williams.

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Kefta Mkaouara Recipe / Moroccan Meatballs, Egg & Tomato Tagine | Rick Stein

Rick said at the time of opening, “Ever since a memorable weekend eating Pambula oysters and flathead in Merimbula in the sixties, I’ve had the image of the clean blue sea and sweet seafood of the South Coast fixed in my head so when I was introduced to Mollymook about six years ago I knew that one day I would open up a restaurant celebrating local fish and shellfish but keeping it really simple