World Cup victory foods!

Raise your banners, toot those vuvu's and celebrate the foodie World Cup!

by: Lauren Mc Comb | 22 Jun 2010

The heat is on and it's getting spicier and spicier.

If you thought the Portugal vs. Korea match was hot, this spicy peri peri chicken liver dish will knock you out 7 - 0! Go on.... we dare you.

Today is call for celebration and this afternoon at 4pm marks a day in South African soccer history.
We hold the grandest of titles, 'The 2010 World Cup hosts" and the Bafana Bafana vs. Mexico opening match granted us a golden goal!

Food24 is SUPER proud of our homeboys, may they strike the gees into every heart and vuvu up those zelas.

So, in support of our local hotties, today is dedicated to the most tantalising, mouth-watering local is lekker South African dishes!

You can start off your morning with a koppie koffie with buttermilk rusks , or indulge in the farmer's breakfast or try the traditional energy boosting mealipap.

Feast your eyes on these sensational dishes:

Kerry's roosterbroodtjies - Quick and easy and very very tasty.

Sun-dried tomato and mielie-meal bread - A wholesome snack to whet your appetite.

Grilled vegetables and mealipap stack - A gourmet version on the SA classic.

Curried butter beans in rotis - A super-quick meal for the whole family to enjoy!

Baked Karoo Lamb Chops with honey, rosemary and clove glaze - Hearty and down to earth, a delectable wintery dish.

Roasted butternut with onion marmalade, crispy bacon and toasted almonds
  - Comforting with a twist, this dish is the real deal.

Waterblommetjiebredie - This magnificent South African-styled dish will wash all those winter blues away.

Slow cooked mutton curry - A succulent yellow lamb curry, perfect for winter.

Stuffed fish - Try this and you're guaranteed to have a smile all day.

Step-by-Step Samoosas - Learn how to make homemade samoosas with this easy step-by-step gallery.

Boerewors goulash - This awesome combination will bring the house down.

Malva pudding - One of our sweetest favourites.

Lemon mousse with confit of lemon - A fabulous light and airy dessert with a tang.

Baked milk tart - Home is where the heart is, and nothing beats Ouma's se melk tertjie.

GOOD LUCK Bafana Bafana! May the gees be with you!!

- LaurenMcComb

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