So my mom and i got this recipe from What’s for dinners website but we changed it a bit.
8 pieces Chicken
1 tin Chakalaka
1 Knorr BBQ Cook in Bag
1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
2. Put the 8 pieces of chicken in a single layer in the cook in bag.
3. Add the tin of Chakalaka and then add the spice.
4. Loosely tie the cook in bag. Make 3 holes in it.
5. Put it in the oven on a cooking tray.
Make Pap and veg with it.
1. 300g Maize Meal
2. 900 ml water
3. Salt to taste
1. Bring water to boil
2. Add salt and Mealie meal
3. Mix with fork to avoid lumps
4. Once blended Mix with strong spoon.
5. Turn heat to medium and cook with lid on until desired texture 20-25 minutes stirring occasionally.
Picture of the Pap
Us South Africans we love to braai and we braai any chance that we get. We braai on public holidays, days off, weekends, if there is no power. You name it we will braai and we don’t really need an excuse to do it. It is a great way to socialise or spend time with family. I also find it very relaxing.
Yesterday was my moms day off work. We woke up fairly late, discussed what food we were going to cook this week and what we were going to do the whole day. We went to the shops with my landlords 3 year old grandson and his mom. I spent the time at the shops on WiFi downloading videos while my mom and the others went and bought groceries for a change we got home from the shops early.This never happens as my mother loves to abuse the WiFi at the shops.
My mom, my landlords grandson and I then braaied. I then started an awesome braai. I braaied boerewors that my mom bought with cheese and then I made Roast vegetables.
Ruby Roast Vegetables
Mild Chilli Spice
Chop up all the veg and add mild chilli spice. Put it in tin foil with a little bit of oil and either put it in an oven or on a braai or you can put it in a pot like we did because we had no tin foil and put the pot on the braai.
It was an awesome end to an amazing day.
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So on Wednesday I decided to buy a braai.It was very spur of the moment but we often have power outages and so it will help. I bought boerewors and my son braaied it and added cheese on top to make it like a cheese griller.
Tomorrow is Youth Day and one thing us South Africans love to do is Braai. So my mom brought us boerewors to Cook inside as we don’t have a Braai to use outside.
Meal outcome: it was awesome a real youth day Braai meal
1 boerewors (sausage) cut into pieces
1 tbs butter
Put the butternut into a pot with boiling water and cook until your able to mash it. In another pot Cook the macaroni. While both are cooking melt butter in a pan and add the boerewors Cook it for about five minutes one each side. And add it into the drained macaroni with the mashed butternut and grated cheese. Then leave to Cook for about five minutes then serve.
Optional: You can buy already made mashed butternut.
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Here in South Africa every year we celebrate Heritage Day. It is where we celebrate our heritage.
We celebrate it by having braai’s and the whole day off work. It is the best. This year we celebrated by having a braai at our friends house.
We had loads of meat, pasta’s, pudding. We even had the most amazing chocolate Banting cake. I don’t have the recipe for it right now but when i do i will post it. Below are pictures from our day.
The amazing Banting cake