One who eats alone cannot discuss the taste of the food with others. ~African Proverb
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6. Malva puddingMalva pudding A dessert that originated in the Cape. Created by Dutch settlers and incorporates apricot jam. Comparable and decadent to toffee pudding, and far better too!
7. PapStiff cornmeal is a famous all over the African continent. It is an essential at all barbeques and perfect for stews and sauces.
8. Apricot Blatjang Apricot Blatjang is a famous chutney made with dried apricots.A perfect condiment with bobotie or cheese. It is a chutney like texture.
9. BobotieBobotie is a South Africa dish is made with shredded or minced meat, spices and fruit. Topped with bay leaves and savoury custard and baked.
10.Boerewors Boerewors is a sausage of high quality spiralled in a circle shape, made from beef, game or pork or game meat. It is a must have at all barbecues.