Marinated Venison Kebab Recipe

Venison meat or “wildsvleis” in the Afrikaans language is low in fat, high in protein, loaded with vitamins and iron, and full of flavour. Some people claim it to be chewy and a little “gamey” and that’s certainly the case when it’s not

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North African and Ginger Cashew Nut Briouates

Versions of this dish are made throughout North Africa. A briouate is a small parcel made from a thin pastry similar to filo or spring roll pastry. Various, delicious sweet and savoury fillings are used. Briouates are usually served as

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Moroccan Almond Fritter Recipe

Morocco’s culture is a mix of Arab, Berber, European and African influences. The country itself is a recipe for a unique experience. While many people associate Moroccan cuisine with the tagine, and they wouldn’t be wrong

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Pea and Potato Samoosa Recipe

Samoosas are an Indian inspired fried or baked crisp pastry usually with a savoury, meat or poultry filling. Size and consistency varies but GOLD Restaurant samoosas are triangular in shape. This particular baked recipe calls for

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Cape Malay Pickled Fish Recipe

Pickled fish predates refrigeration, when people had to find ways to preserve food. Popular in South Africa, in the Cape it’s often referred to as “Kaapse Kerrievis” (Cape Curried Fish). Pickled fish is a great dish to make in advance

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Moroccan Orange and Walnut Cake Recipe

“Meskouta” is Arabic for a traditional Moroccan cake. Traditionally it’s baked without butter, served without icing (or frosting) and sometimes topped with jam. During the time of colonisation by France and Spain butter was scarce

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