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A sneaky Bobotie Recipe from Chef Tjaart Walraven - Bobotie Bolognese!

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by Baz in Chef Tjaart Walraven, Recipes

Friday, August 10, 2012 at 21:52

This is an easy Bobotie Recipe from Chef Tjaart Walraven with a sneaky short cut for this Cape Malay classic. As South African traditional dishes go, this is one of the most common and is never out of place at family gatherings. One of the many recipes to have originated with the arrival of the Cape Malay way back when it has firmly entrenched itself in South Africa's culinary arsenal.   Chef Tjaart Walraven however is not one to shy away from moving with the times and he ...

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Beef Fillet Steak Recipe with Exotic Mushrooms & Brandy Sauce | Chef Tjaart

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by Dexter in Articles, Braai, Chef Tjaart Walraven, Recipes

Friday, May 11, 2012 at 10:00

This Fillet Steak recipe may have been a Christmas suggestion but lets be honest, this is a great recipe for any special occasion or Braai Day any time of year. Chef Tjaart also shows us how to prepare a wonderful Brandy Sauce which will have many uses during the week. If you are not braaing or having a BBQ this recipe caters for you because it is just as easy to make in the kitchen. Serve with a few good bottles of wine.

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Thai Chicken Bake Recipe | Chef Tjaart Walraven

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by Murray in Articles, Chef Tjaart Walraven, Recipes

Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at 09:00

Chicken Recipe: For an easy family meal try this Thai Chicken Bake Recipe by Chef Tjaart Walraven   For the family cook it can get a little difficult to serve up something different every week, it is very easy to stick with the same recipes week after week. The answer is not concocting up brand new recipes but to make subtle changes to your existing recipe repertoire like with this Chicken Bake Recipe by Chef Tjaart. We should point out that to ...

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Peri Peri Chicken Skewers & Salsa | Chef Tjaart Walraven

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by Baz in Articles, Chef Tjaart Walraven, Recipes

Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 10:00

Chicken Recipe | Chef Tjaart Walraven has a cool Peri Peri Chicken Skewers & Salsa recipe for you to try out your next braai. Just one critical tip, in you are using wooden skewers, soak them in water for about 30 minutes before you start cooking the chicken. This will prevent them from burning.

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Its Braai Day! Chef Tjaart's "love you long time" Pork Satay with Peanut Sauce Recipe

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by Dexter in Articles, Braai, Chef Tjaart Walraven, Recipes

Friday, March 9, 2012 at 09:00

Hey, hey, it's braai day. Try you hand at this easy  pork satay recipe. The true art is in the peanut sauce. Perfect for snacks, starters or even as a main.

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Here comes the "Mushroom Man". A Bacon & Mozzarella Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe

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by Dexter in Articles, Chef Tjaart Walraven, Recipes

Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at 13:00

Looking for some "stuff" to do with mushrooms, here are some idea's. When it comes to stuffing mushrooms check to see what you have in the fridge and use up what you haven't used. See what you can come up with. Or you can follow Chef Tjaart.

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Braai some veg! A Grilled Aubergine with Roasted Pepper Purée & Goats Cheese Recipe

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by Baz in Articles, Braai, Chef Tjaart Walraven, Recipes

Friday, February 17, 2012 at 13:00

This is a pretty neat recipe for cooking aubergines on a braai. I remember receiving a tweet from someone asking for a "manly" aubergine recipe once. I think we have just found it, cook them on the braai.

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If you thought yesterdays fillet was good, check out this Pork Neck with Wholegrain Mustard & Cider Recipe

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by Dexter in Articles, Chef Tjaart Walraven, Recipes

Friday, January 20, 2012 at 13:00

Yesterday we presented you with Chef Tjaart's Beef Fillet with Exotic Mushrooms & Brandy Sauce and today we have Bernice van der Merwe's Pork Neck with wholegrain mustard and cider. Bernice is the assistant Food Editor for Huisgenoot magazine and has published a few cookbooks of her own. If cider is not your thing you can substitute it with water or some ginger beer would work well with it too.

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