Sauces & Condiments

Recipes, Sauces & Condiments, Vegetarian

Chilli & spice infused oil

Makes 300 ml Infuse Westfalia Plain and Garlic Flavoured Avocado Oil with aromatics, toasted sesame seeds, spring onions, ginger and fresh chillies. If you love condiments, you will be obsessed with this and the number of ways you can use the oil is endless. Enjoy the oil on Turkish eggs, over fresh avocado wedges or with potstickers or dumplings as…

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Recipes, Sauces & Condiments, South African Inspiration, Starters, Salads & Snacks, Vegetarian

Pumpkin fritters with a sage oil

Makes about 25 fritters Pumpkin fritters are a much-loved South African side dish. Cinnamon sugar is a typical topping for these but once you’ve tasted this fragrant oil as a healthy alternative, you’ll never look back. Pumpkin or butternut can be used to prepare these fritters, and both are delicious with a touch of spice, as well as the earthy…

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Recipes, Sauces & Condiments

Homemade mushroom sauce

Serves 4 Make a basic white sauce using Westfalia Plain and Garlic Flavoured Avocado Oil instead of butter. Add sautéed mushrooms for a delicious umami flavour to prepare a versatile mushroom sauce. A few everyday seasonings like mustard and fresh thyme are perfect to elevate a basic sauce. Do look at the tips in the recipe to get creative and…

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Recipes, Sauces & Condiments, Starters, Salads & Snacks, Vegetarian

Homemade tahini

Makes about 200 ml tahini paste Tahini is a well-known condiment originating from the Middle East and Mediterranean. Its flavour and health properties have become so popular that it’s appearing in recipes far and wide. Although tahini is often shop-bought, you only need two ingredients to make it at home. Westfalia Avocado Oil and sesame seeds become a thick, nutty…

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Recipes, Sauces & Condiments, South African Inspiration

Rustic chakalaka

Makes about 1,25 litres This typically South African sauce is a must-have at your next braai. Chakalaka is a tomato-based sauce seasoned with ginger, spices and carrots. Do yourself a favour and make this recipe from scratch – you will never want to buy it ready-made again. Chakalaka is synonymous with pap and wors, but definitely not the only way…

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