We combined two of Mzansi’s favourite ingredients – samp and biltong. Seems strange, but it makes a great one-pot meal.
Don’t own a potjiekos pot? That’s not a problem, use a stove top and follow the instructions using a heavy-bottom pot
Usu (tripe) is a very popular traditional African dish that is usually served with pap or ujeqe (steamed bread).
This sorghum beer prepared African style is made by women who’ve inherited the recipe from previous generations.
Roughly translated from isiZulu, umhluzi means broth, gravy or soup
Who says meat is the only thing you can cook over the coals? These delicious braai bread recipes will be a hit at your Heritage Day celebrations!