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Big Nipper wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Bobotie
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Awful, just awful
Haute cuisine. It's got some sort of burnt garnish on top.
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Bobotie is lovely - mince on its own is pretty crap, the saffas have vejazzled a cottage pie and made it tasty with the egg and spices .
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message #2527204 wrote:
Big Nipper wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Bobotie
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Awful, just awful
Haute cuisine. It's got some sort of burnt garnish on top.
Those canned veggies do it for me... :lol:
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handyman wrote:
backrow wrote:Saffa food is pretty good really, the only thing i am not a fan of at all, is Pap. Just tastes like how it looks, white fluffy filler Meh

The ‘adding sugar to everyfink’ thing that seems to be Afrikaans method , also takes some getting used to, and explains their body shape.
Also not a fan of pap. Just leave the pap and do a braai broodjie.
I prefer "pap en melk" for breakfast to "pap en sous". Toasted sarmie and potato salad with a braai any day

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Problem with pap is that it always develops a skin ontop before serving which needs to be peeled off. So you throw half of it away. Unless you mean krummel Pap which is tops for me.
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Sards wrote:Problem with pap is that it always develops a skin ontop before serving which needs to be peeled off. So you throw half of it away.
You're talking of slappap or maltabella

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Jensrsa wrote:
Sards wrote:Problem with pap is that it always develops a skin ontop before serving which needs to be peeled off. So you throw half of it away.
You're talking of slappap
Yup....sexy with Boerie en sous
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Sards wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Sards wrote:Problem with pap is that it always develops a skin ontop before serving which needs to be peeled off. So you throw half of it away.
You're talking of slappap
Yup....sexy with Boerie en sous
I've never seen aynone serve slappap at a braai
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When we braai and there is putupap I'll take a coffee mug with some pap, fill it with milk and a teaspoon of sugar for seconds.
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Average Joe wrote:When we braai and there is putupap I'll take a coffee mug with some pap, fill it with milk and a teaspoon of sugar for seconds.
I am not a lover of pap and avoid it as far as possible. But then again I the child of Scottish immigrants and we were not exposed to until I was in my 20's. I have tried all the versions and none are to my taste.
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My one boy will do the whole braai shebang, steaks, sausages and all. Then he tops it off with krummelpap, doused with sugar and milk.

Fetish food.
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Jensrsa wrote:
handyman wrote:
backrow wrote:Saffa food is pretty good really, the only thing i am not a fan of at all, is Pap. Just tastes like how it looks, white fluffy filler Meh

The ‘adding sugar to everyfink’ thing that seems to be Afrikaans method , also takes some getting used to, and explains their body shape.
Also not a fan of pap. Just leave the pap and do a braai broodjie.
I prefer "pap en melk" for breakfast to "pap en sous". Toasted sarmie and potato salad with a braai any day

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Agreed. Or potato bake.
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For me the best pap is slappap with boerwors and worssous. For breakfast.
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Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
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I love Pap, sous and wors.. Jirre, I would give a kidney for some right now.
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Average Joe wrote:Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
One eat pap for breakfast. With milk and sugar.

Or the "aanbrandsel" with milk and sugar for dessert
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Wilson's Toffee wrote:For me the best pap is slappap with boerwors and worssous. For breakfast.
We eat that for supper now :(
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Nobody mentioned Gnush yet?
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sorCrer wrote:Nobody mentioned Gnush yet?
Yuk

Stampmielies and mieliegrys you can keep. Probably the only two hostel foods from my school days that I still don't eat. (Sorry, add paddaeiers to that)
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:lol: :lol: I swear you guys are just making up words.
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Borie, Sous, Skaap Tjop and Krumel Pap.


YES PLEASE!
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Jensrsa wrote:
Average Joe wrote:Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
One eat pap for breakfast. With milk and sugar.

Or the "aanbrandsel" with milk and sugar for dessert
Of melkkos. Donner! Met baie kaneelsuiker.
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handyman wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Average Joe wrote:Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
One eat pap for breakfast. With milk and sugar.

Or the "aanbrandsel" with milk and sugar for dessert
Of melkkos. Donner! Met baie kaneelsuiker.
Wat van souskluitjies?
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Yourmother wrote::lol: :lol: I swear you guys are just making up words.
:lol: :lol:

We're not. I promise
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At my previous job, we had a few Japanese businessmen over to sample our product. For dinner, we wanted to take them to the nicest restaurant around, but they insisted that they wanted to eat what we like to eat, nothing fancy. Quickly organised a braai with lamsribbetjie. They could not stop eating, but had to spend the next day in bed, not used to our fatty food :lol:
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Jensrsa wrote:
handyman wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Average Joe wrote:Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
One eat pap for breakfast. With milk and sugar.

Or the "aanbrandsel" with milk and sugar for dessert
Of melkkos. Donner! Met baie kaneelsuiker.
Wat van souskluitjies?
Ja meneer! Kerrie groenbone of slaphakskeentjies vir bykosse.
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Can you guys give me a great braai side dish, and recipe to make it?
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handyman wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
handyman wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Average Joe wrote:Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
One eat pap for breakfast. With milk and sugar.

Or the "aanbrandsel" with milk and sugar for dessert
Of melkkos. Donner! Met baie kaneelsuiker.
Wat van souskluitjies?
Ja meneer! Kerrie groenbone of slaphakskeentjies vir bykosse.
'n Bord boerekos - rys, vleis en aartappels met boereboontjies en pampoenkoekies
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Yourmother wrote:Can you guys give me a great braai side dish, and recipe to make it?
The braai thread should have some viewtopic.php?f=3&t=294&hilit=braai
But I could think of

Paptert (Mealie porridge tart) - https://www.all4women.co.za/food-home/r ... ert-recipe
Potato bake - https://www.recipetineats.com/easy-crea ... tato-bake/

Braais are informal meals, nothing fancy, so you don't have to try too hard with the side dishes - a potato or pap dish with some green salad and rolls and dessert to finish it off
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Had bbqed lambs livers wrapped in stomach lining fat. They were incredible.

So so rich. Bloody lovely.
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Yourmother wrote:Had bbqed lambs livers wrapped in stomach lining fat. They were incredible.

So so rich. Bloody lovely.
Skilpadjies (tortoises)

Or you get the liver sausage in net fat (puff adders)

As you say, very rich. Too rich for my liking although I love liver
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As a Freestater pap is a staple. Love it with smoor or chakalaka (has to be spicey).

Another local Free State delicacy is the oepsie. Yum

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DraadkarD wrote:As a Freestater pap is a staple. Love it with smoor or chakalaka (has to be spicey).

Another local Free State delicacy is the oepsie. Yum

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Oopsie? Viennas wrapped in bacon?
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Not to forget sosaties (kebabs).

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Jensrsa wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:As a Freestater pap is a staple. Love it with smoor or chakalaka (has to be spicey).

Another local Free State delicacy is the oepsie. Yum

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Oopsie? Viennas wrapped in bacon?
Lol. Cherries wrapped in Bacon
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DraadkarD wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:As a Freestater pap is a staple. Love it with smoor or chakalaka (has to be spicey).

Another local Free State delicacy is the oepsie. Yum

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Oopsie? Viennas wrapped in bacon?
Lol. Cherries wrapped in Bacon
Fresh cherries from Ficksburg? otherwise it doesn't make any sense :)
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Average Joe wrote:Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
I don't like the tomato and onion sauce everyone makes. Give me a meaty marog sauce and I'll eat it
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Samoosas
Tomato Bredie
Durban Beef Curry
Snoek
Kota
Gatsby
Stampmieleis (samp)
Cape Malay Curry
Beskuit (rusks)
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Jensrsa wrote:
Average Joe wrote:Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
I don't like the tomato and onion sauce everyone makes. Give me a meaty marog sauce and I'll eat it
That's the most stadsjaapie description of smoor. :lol:
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DraadkarD wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Average Joe wrote:Verwesterse fokors wat nie pap eet nie. Wats fout met julle mens? Will te fokon fancy wees.
I don't like the tomato and onion sauce everyone makes. Give me a meaty marog sauce and I'll eat it
That's the most stadsjaapie description of smoor. :lol:
It's kak no matter what you call it :)
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