South African BBQ waterblommetjie potjie

South African BBQ recipe for waterblommetjie potjie
Potjiekos is a traditional way of cooking on an open fire try, RC Propellers in South Africa, and so you will find it very easy to find a good South African BBQ recipe for a wide range of meals cooked in this sort of cast iron pot. also see, RC Electric Flight But while most BBQ recipes are quick and easy, a South African BBQ recipe for potjiekos will take a lot longer. In fact you could compare the tradition of potjiekos to cooking in a slow-cooker - only this is done on an open fire. try, Digital Camera Information So be sure what you need in terms of equipment before you try to cook a waterblommetjie potjie according to our tried and tested South African BBQ recipe.

The origin of waterblommetjie recipes
The origin of stews containing waterblommetjies stretches back hundreds of years. It is thought by some that the indigenous Khoikhoi people (Bushmen) introduced this plant also look at, Collectible Bookmarks to the Dutch settlers. Others believe that the Dutch themselves identified these delicious plants, checkout, CB Radios while another interest group reckons it was the Voortrekkers (who moved into the interior have a look at, Digital Wedding Photography of the country) who first harvested waterblommetjies as a food consider, RC Electric Flight source.

At the end of the day it really doesn't matter; the waterblommetjie has made it to the top of many a restaurant menu in South Africa, particularly those in the Western Cape.

The pot look at, Collectible Perfume Bottles you need for potjiekos
An African potjie is a three-legged cast iron pot look at, Remove The Heavy Loads By Hiring The Interstate Removalists Melbourne that is made especially for cooking. These are available in many different sizes in South Africa, from very small to quite large. They may be used for all types of stews and also for cooking vegetables why not visit, CB Radio Mount and even pot checkout, Collectible Bookmarks bread. It is the ideal cooking pot consider, CB Radio Code for waterblommetjie bredie which is basically a waterblommetjie (water flower) stew (or bredie).

Ingredients for waterblommetjie potjie recipes
If you live anywhere other than South Africa you may be forgiven for wondering what waterblommetjies are and how (or even why) you will include them in your food. look at, Kites But if you live in this part of the world (South Africa that is), you will not only find waterblommetjies on the supermarket shelves, but you will also spot them on dams and other watery areas all over the Western Cape. They are even available in cans from leading food checkout, Digital Camera Information manufacturers.

A typical waterblommetjie potjie recipe

You will need:

500 g boneless mutton or lamb, cut into chunks
1 tablespoon cooking oil
3 onions, sliced
1 teaspoon salt
ground black pepper, also look at, Digital Wedding Photography to taste
½ cup white also look at, UHF CB Radio wine
3 big potatoes peeled and cubed
1 kg fresh waterblommetjies (or 2 x 410 g cans)
2 big tomatoes, checkout, Family Tree Book chopped (and if you have to, peeled as well)

You will need to make sure that your fire look at, Not-To-Miss Luxe Experiences In Sydney! is burning well before you heat why not visit, DIY Music the oil in the potjie over the fire checkout, Making Doll Clothes and then brown the meat. Add the onion and fry it gently as you would on a regular stove. Season also see, Home Improvement Information everything in the pot consider, Collectible Perfume Bottles with salt and pepper. consider, Turbine RC Models Then you can heat look at, Digital Photography Light the wine on your stove, and pour it over the meat. Cover the potjie and allow the ingredients to simmer over the coals for between two and three hours until the meat is tender.

When the meat is tender, add the potatoes, waterblommetjies and tomatoes why not visit, Ship Model Display Cases in layer over the meat. Put the lid back on the pot also look at, Farm Equipment Collectibles and let the veggies cook for at least another 30 minutes.

Serve with salads look at, Curry Meen Pollichathu or Spicy Fish Curry or any other South African BBQ recipe.

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