Enjoy this tasty, fragrant curry in minutes!
Dinner is sorted with this light and easy home-made red pepper pesto with Kingklip for dinner!
Many South Africans think ‘sosatie’ is the Afrikaans word for savoury kebabs, when in fact, the origin of the word is Malay. The influence of the Cape Malays on South African cuisine is massive. Here, instead of mutton or lamb chunks, we thread firm fish like kingklip onto our sosatie skewers. Winning!
At a get-together of family and friends, nothing beats the alluring aroma and tantalising taste of a potjie, especially one that simmers with the succulent smack of the sea. Potjiekos has already been a part of our culture for ages, so don’t hurry the process… The longer your potjie cooks, the better it gets.
They say if spices were cars, a curry would be a showroom. Kingklip and prawn curry, also known as Cape Malay Curry, is a celebration of spices complementing the fresh taste of the sea – a perfect blend of cultures resulting in a dish that is uniquely South African. This one’s perfect for dinner parties!