A few of SA’s favourite national flavours

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South African cuisine is a melting-pot of flavours (see what we did there?). While we savour these dishes all year round, Heritage Day is a good excuse as any to celebrate these smokey, spicy, classic and sweet favourites.

Smokey favourites

Roosterkoek-with-chipotle-butter

Roosterkoek: Roosterkoek with chipotle butter
Boerewors: Boerewors with beetroot, feta and strawberry salad
Potjie: Spatchcock chicken in a tomato vindaloo potjie with radish pickle

Spicy favourites

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Bobotie: Bobotie with brown rice and lentils
Malay Curry: Maureen’s Cape Malay curry
Chakalaka: Chakalaka prego steak sarmie
Sambal: Fresh coconut sambal
Sweet chutney: Plum chutney

Classic favourites

ox-tail-stew-with-dombolo-dumplings

Dombolo (dumplings): Dombolo dumplings
Biltong: Biltong-and-bacon dip with Parmeasan breadsticks
Vetkoek: Easy feta-and-garlic vetkoek
Samp-and-beans: Samp-and-bean risotto with anchovies and asparagus

Sweet favourites

Baked-maas-tart-with-citrus-curd

Maas: Baked maas tart with citrus curd
Koeksisters: Koeksisters
Milktart: Naartjie and cardamom milk tart with candied citrus peel
Malva pudding: Malva pudding

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