2011 was filled with so much deliciousness and out of thousands
of recipes, these are the ones that came out on top.
It really goes to show that good, honest food is what people
Old fashioned milk tart – South Africans love a good old fashioned milk tart!
Chicken pie - everyone loves chicken pie!
Italian meatball sub - wrap your chompers around this man-sized meal.
Chocolate soup - this one is such a winner and great for pretty much anytime.
Focaccia – a brilliant recipe for lovely, garlicky foccacia.
Beer can chicken – this is a timeless braai classic.
Steak with Madagascan green peppercorn sauce - an easy sauce for your steak that kicks some peppery arse.
Chicken biryani – a wonderfully simple recipe with serious taste.
Peri-peri chicken livers – this dish is intensely flavourful with a sassy bite.
Roast lamb – simple and hearty comfort food.
Braai breads with goats cheese and tomato-chilli jam –
some funky sides for your braai.
Creamy chicken and potato curry – a fantastic curry to indulge in.
Camembert with figs and honey – delicious oozing cheese with sweet honey and pink figs.
Easy lamb kleftiko – a fall-off-the-bone dish with sticky, meaty sauce.
Chocolate peanut butter brownies - peanut butter in a chocolate brownie - heaven.
Prego rolls – a fabulous casual meal with some hot, cheeky flavour.
Slow cooked mutton curry – wonderful rib-sticking goodness.
Oxtail potjie – winter in a pot.
Bacon wrapped mushrooms – salty bacon hugging big fat black mushrooms.
The ultimate hamburger - the winner of the most awesome hamburger competition.
- Caro de Waal