With the Springboks going up against Ireland on Heritage Weekend, it’s time to celebrate local flavour the best way we know how: around a fire.
Once again, it’s time to gather your friends as we watch South Africa go head-to-head against Ireland in their next RWC match. Here are all the details around where to watch the match and, of course, what to eat while doing so.
When and where to watch South Africa vs Ireland in the Rugby World Cup 2023
Tune into DStv channels 201, 211 or 490, or SABC 2, on Saturday, 23 September, at 9pm to watch the South Africa vs Ireland RWC match. You can also catch the live stream on SABC Sport.
Keep the crowds fed with these braai recipes
Bring your appetite to the party because we have a fantastic line-up of braai recipes that your family and friends will love.
Skilpadjies, skaapstertjies and moskonfyt-basted lamb saddle chops make for a truly South African vibe.
You can’t go wrong with a potato side dish and a cheesy potato bake is one of the best dishes out there. Even better, this one is made on the fire for extra smoky deliciousness.
Serve these stuffed mushrooms as a side to braaied meat or make extra to serve your vegetarian guests as a main.
A lamb potjie is a classic fireside meal that you just can’t go wrong with. This version is topped with dumplings to soak up all the sauce.
Who doesn’t love a hearty butter chicken curry? But have you ever made it on the coals? Try it and you’ll discover a meal that’s not only perfect for Heritage Day but also for any time load shedding hits.
Perfectly cooked steak is loaded with a delicious Mozambican-inspired trinchado sauce. Serve with soft, buttered Portuguese rolls to mop it all up.
Get the party started early – or serve breakfast for dinner. A classic cheese braaibroodjie is made extra hearty with eggs and bacon.
Add extra flavour to braaied burger patties with a tomato-chilli sauce and a dollop of sour cream.
Don’t leave your plant-based friends out of the equation! Serve plant-based burgers and plant-based cheese, mushrooms and onions wrapped in puff pastry, all made beautifully smoky on the fire.
A sweet raisin relish is the perfect accompaniment to another Mozambican classic. If the peri-peri marinade isn’t spicy enough for you, add a chilli or two to the relish as well.
Heading out instead? Visit Eatout.co.za for a list of bars and restaurants that are screening the action.