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Potjiekos Recipe

A brief Potjiekos history Potjiekos (“Pot Food” translated into English) is traditionally cooked over open coals in a black three legged cast iron pot three-legged pot. The cast iron pots (the potjie) were brought from the Netherlands to South Africa in the 1600’s and are now found in

Dutch Oven Bread

Amazingly Easy and Delicious Dutch Oven Bread: This wonderful, light, tasty Dutch Oven Bread is made in a traditional iron Dutch Oven similar to those used by early parties trekking into the interior of South Africa and also by early settlers in the Cape. This recipe produces

Making Dry Wors (Droë Wors)

Dry Wors or Droë Wors (in Afrikaans) is a favorite South African snack that dates back to the early voortrekkers. Although it is based on the traditional, coriander seed spiced boerewors (wors) sausage, it has it’s own recipe and should not be made from regular wors that is used