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Top 10 Foods to Try in South Africa - World Food Cuisines

In South Africa, you will find dishes influenced by the indigenous population, as well as the Dutch, French, Indian and Malay, and as such, offers a dynamic cuisine that excite the palate.
If set foot on South African soil, do not leave until you enjoy a barbecue outdoor traditional, as well as for foods grilled regarding the cultural experience. Followed with a popular melktert (cream filling) and if you fancy a drink to finish a soft and creamy Cup of Amarula (Liquor) will be certainly do the trick.

Don't leave South Africa without eating:

Biltong & droewors:

Curing in dry is a method used to keep the meats by the tribes native of South Africa before refrigerators were invented. Made usually of meat from beef or game, as Gazelle, biltong (a dried air of meat minced) and droĆ«wors (sausage dry of air) are eaten traditionally as appetizer. The meat is processed in a mixture of vinegar, salt, sugar and spices like pepper and cilantro and hang to dry. The final product is popular am…

American Burnt Onion Dip - World Food Cuisines

Ingredients:
1 onion1 tbsp olive oil150ml soured cream50g mayonnaiseRaw vegetables, to serve
Method:
Slice 1 onion and toss with 1 tbsp olive oil. Spread over a baking tray and grill under a high heat for 6-8 mins until nicely charred, then leave to cool. Chop and mix with 150ml soured cream and 50g mayonnaise. Season well and chill until needed. Serve with raw veg, for dipping. Tip:
A tasty veggie dip with a mayonnaise and soured cream base, great for raw veggies or toasted pitta bread