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Recipes, Starters, Salads & Snacks

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 paste…

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Recipes, Starters, Salads & Snacks

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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Meat, Pasta & Mains, Recipes

Chicken & veggie tray bake with smoked paprika

Serves 4 Everyone loves a hassle-free meal-in-one. This dish is just that, and packed with flavour. Westfalia Avocado Oil is ideal for roasting and the garlic-flavoured oil adds a punch to this tray full of veggies and chicken with a Spanish twist. All you need to do is mix everything together and let the oven do the rest. INGREDIENTS 30…

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Cakes, Bakes & Desserts, Recipes

Mealie bread

Makes 1 loaf Mealie bread is a true South African favourite and a popular side dish with a braai. Everyone has their own recipe, but this easy version is made with everyday ingredients and will disappear from the table in an instant. Bake the batter as muffins to pack for a picnic, lunch boxes or food for the road on…

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Cakes, Bakes & Desserts, Recipes

Homemade bread

Makes 1 large or 2 smaller loaves (1,5 kg bread dough) INGREDIENTS 1 kg stone ground or ordinary white bread flour 1 x 10 g packet instant yeast 10 ml (2 tsp) soft brown sugar 7,5 ml (½ tbsp) salt 60 ml (¼ cup) Westfalia Plain Avocado Oil about 800 ml lukewarm water extra flour for kneading METHOD 1. Place…

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