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Kobus Botha was raised in the Karoo, but this ‘boerseun’ has established himself in France. Setting up his custom-made mobile barbecue at fêtes, functions and outdoor events, he dishes up a taste of South Africa in his own unique style.
Le Braai is a collection of recipes that captures the larger-than-life spirit of this genial giant, whose personality is matched by the boldness of his dishes. Cooking over an open fire has been a way of life for as long as Kobus can remember; his dishes evoke the camaraderie that comes when friends gather around the braai.
Favourites such as pork ribs, burgers, prawns peri-peri and homemade sausage are given a touch of French flair, while brief introductions provide anecdotes as well as insight into how to turn your ‘tjop ’n wors’ into a meal with a touch of ‘ooh la la’!
Jan Braai issued a crowdsourcing call in early 2017, and the response from the South African public was overwhelming – from the hundreds of entries received, Jan Braai has curated, tested and included over 80 favourite South African braai recipes. Each entry tells the story of how the recipe came about, why it is special – and of course celebrates the diversity of shisanyama available in South Africa. Shisanyama literally means ‘to burn meat’ in Zulu, and refers to the act of coming together to cook meat on an open fire.
Discover Mzansi favourites such as Bacon Bombs, Baby Back Ribs, Breakfast Pizza, Chakalaka, Brandy & Coke Short Rib, Red Curried Black Mussels, Corn Bread, Mustard Ice-cream with T-Bone Steak, Thokoza Park Chuck, Watermelon Salad and Lamb Jaffles, with loads of other treasured recipes.
Following on the success of Braai The Beloved Country, which sold over 10 000 copies, Jean Nel, well-known outdoor cooking coach, brings the aspiring braai master more of his mouth-watering recipes: Korean Beef Short Ribs with Kimchi, Kudu Fillets in ZipLoc Marinade, and Whole Fish with Chilli, Orange Salt, and many others.
It will definitely have everyone begging for more.
Dit is jou demokratiese reg om lekker te kuier met vriende en familie om die braaivleisvuur. Dit is die belofte van Jan Braai se Demokratiese Republiek van Braai.
In die boek deel Jan sy beste braairesepte met ons - dit is jou reg om net die beste te braai.
Met Jan se uitsonderlike braairesepte vir steak, hoender, lam en nog baie meer is daar geen verskoning om ooit weer smaaklose braai voor te sit nie.
It is your democratic right to gather with friends and family around braai fires throughout the country and celebrate with a meal cooked over the coals of a real wood fire. This is the promise of Jan Braai’s The Democratic Republic of Braai.
Fireworks brought us the basics of braai, Red Hot showed us that braai could be so much more. Now The Democratic Republic of Braai brings you the greatest braai recipes that Jan knows – it’s your right to braai the best.
Find exceptional braai recipes for steak, chicken, lamb and more – there’s no need to eat badly braaied food ever again. In fact – why not rebel completely and braai your way to independence from the kitchen altogether?
Weber Braai Bible is an all-in-one masterclass on every aspect of outdoor cooking. Whether you cook with gas or charcoal, this comprehensive guide contains everything an avid kettle braai enthusiast needs to know.
Learn how to grill the perfect steak or ribs, butterfly a leg of lamb, cook chicken wings and legs without burning them, and smoke a turkey. Tips and techniques lift the lid on the secrets of successful braaiing, while chapters on marinades, rubs and sauces tempt you to find your signature flavours. From kebabs, chops and burgers to elaborate rotisseries, braaied vegetables, pizza on the grill, and banana s’mores, this book is packed with delicious recipes for all-year-round braaiing.
If braaiing is part of your lifestyle, and you want to take your outdoor cooking to the next level, you don’t need to look further than the Weber Braai Bible.
The quintessential South African cooking style, Reuben takes you on a roadtrip through his past from hunting and cooking pigeons on the farms of Franschhoek as a kid, to his travels. In Braai, Reuben on Fire, he challenges you to lift your game above the simple tanning of a chop and burning of boerie. Delving into the business of naming rites, the politics of the braai, the logistics of the braai timeline and the importance of developing a relationship with your butcher, Reuben covers the basics before getting into the meat of the matter. Throughout the book tips and tactics and wine and beer food pairings are dispersed liberally while braai myths are blown out of the water. The dishes are unmistakably South African in flavour and feel. From new versions of standard rockstar South African ingredients to digging deep into the spectrum of what is possible on a braai, Braai - Reuben on Fire is a book for any braai fan keen to take their skills to the next level.
Succulent braaied chicken is a local favourite. Whether your preference is for a rosemary-encrusted 'flattie' basted with lemon-and-herbs, chilli-spiced thighs, drumsticks marinated in ginger, coconut milk and curry, or easy-to-eat kebabs, Weber’s Chicken will help you to achieve the perfect result every time. Master griller Jamie Purviance’s recipes are simple to follow and take the guesswork out of braaiing chicken. If the thought of hot wings with blue cheese dressing, turkish kebabs with red pepper sauce, chicken breast with smoked paprika butter, or honeymustard chicken sandwiches fires up your appetite, this is the book for you. Handy tips offer advice where it is needed, and the short introduction covers how to truss a chicken and set it on a rotisserie, prepare a charcoal or gas fire, and what basic equipment you need. Includes a table of cooking times for different chicken cuts and vegetables.
Weber Braai Bybel is ’n alles-in-een meestersklas oor elke aspek van die gewilde ketelbraai. Of jy nou met gas of houtskool kook, sal hierdie omvattende gids alles dek wat die ywerige eienaar van ’n ketelbraai behoort te weet.
Leer hoe om die perfekte steak of ribbetjies gaar te maak, om ’n lamsbeen oop te vlek, om hoenderboudjies en –vlerkies te braai sonder om dit te verbrand, en hoe om ’n kalkoen te berook. Daar is wenke en goeie idees wat die geheime van ’n suksesvolle braai sal onthul, terwyl hoofstukke oor marinades, geurmiddels en souse jou sal inspireer om jou eie kenmerkende smake saam te stel. Van sosati es, tjops en burgers tot meer ingewikkelde spitbraaie, geroosterde groente, pizza oor die kole en piesang-s’mores, is hierdie boek propvol resepte vir braai regdeur die jaar.
As braai deel is van jou leefstyl en jy jou buitemuurse kookvernuf wil verbeter, hoef jy nie verder as die Weber Braai Bybel te soek nie!
Mzanzi se beste braairesepte, spesiaal uitgesoek en getoets deur die alombekende Jan Braai. As jy wil weet wat Suid-Afrikaners geniet, en hoe hulle braai, is dit die boek vir jou! Shisanyama is gepak met eenvoudige resepte met maklik bekombare bestanddele en dek alles van ou staatmakers tot vars nuwe braai-idees. Nog 'n Jan Braai-wenner.
The latest title from Weber, the world’s leading authority on braaiing.
This essential fireside companion includes proven techniques and mouthwatering dishes you might never imagine would come off the fire. From deep-dish pizza to recipes for steak stir-fry to bacon-wrapped prawns and vegetarian chilli, there are recipes to suit all tastes.
Weber Classics offers a selection of recipes that are suitable for everyday meals, casual entertaining and special occasions. The introduction offers tips for using a wok, griddle or pizza stone, as well as basic techniques such as braising, smoking and setting up a rotisserie. From lighting the fire to serving up a delicious dessert cooked over the coals, Weber Classics has got you covered. With this book, even the most dedicated ‘chops ’n wors’ enthusiast will be encouraged to grab the braai tongs and try something different.
Contents: Foreword; Introduction; Braaiing Evolved; Getting Started; Starters; Red Meat; Pork; Poultry; Seafood; Vegetables and Sides; Desserts; Rubs, Brines, Marinades and Sauces; Index.
At last! Jan Braai’s first book Fireworks is available in softcover!
If anyone knows how to braai, it is Jan. He has braaied with thousands of South Africans, almost every day since the launch of National Braai Day. And he knows what people want to know about braaing.
This is more than a recipe book – it is an instruction manual for braaing – from steak, to the perfect braaied chicken and lamb chops. For the adventurous you could try rack of lamb or lamb on a spit!
South Africa celebrates National Braai Day on 24 September every year. A day for all the citizens of South Africa to unite around braai fires with family and friends. The driving force behind this initiative is a man known as Jan Braai.
The beloved South African outdoor and travel magazines, Weg! and go!, aren’t only favourites for their off-road tips and photography of far-flung destinations. The magazines have distinguished themselves too for their local-is-lekker finger-licking recipes, perfect for the camp-fire or home-braai. In this new cookbook, we bring together the most popular braai recipes from the magazine archives, edited by well-known foodie Aletta Lintvelt. Braai Time is a big, bold braai guide filled with delicious ideas for Summer 2019. Both magazines have circulations of over 55 000 readers monthly and go! has over 10 000 Facebook followers. Brand extensions have previously done well for the magazines.
- On the grill
- In the pot
- In the pan
- Sides and salads
- Breads and braaibroodjies
Being able to cook the perfect steak is the mark of a braai-master. Weber's steak is a straightforward guide to cooking a variety of steak cuts, from man-sized porterhouse and T-bone to sirloin, rump, flank, skirt, hanger and kebabs. Master griller, Jamie Purviance's recipes are simple to follow and take the guesswork out of braaiing steak. If the thought of a rib-eye with chipotle butter, porterhouse with bearnaise sauce, philly-style steak sandwich, or kebabs with cherry tomatoes fires up your appetite, then this is the book for you. Handy tips offer advice where it is needed, and the short introduction covers how to choose your steak, prepare a charcoal or gas fire, and what basic equipment you need. Includes a table of cooking times for a variety of steak cuts and vegetables.
Our wonderful, sunny climate lends itself to cooking and eating outdoors virtually all year around. Every South African considers themselves a braai expert and secret recipes are often closely guarded. In this title the author share her best tricks of the trade with you. Enjoy the robust flavours of succulent seafood, poultry and meat cooked to perfection over coals. Become an expert with our sauces and seasonings to shorten preparation time. Learn all about the latest cooking techniques and how to use innovative equipment and methods. The title will provide you with inspiration, practical, easy to follow recipes and many happy hours around the fire with friends.
South Africans are braai masters and will celebrate any occasion you can think of with a braai - the fact that the weekend is about to kick off, important rugby and cricket matches, births and birthdays and even Christmas... Braai is part of our national DNA and no-one needs an invitation to fire up the braai for a couple of chops or ribs.
South Africa is a country passionate about cooking over fires The country celebrates National Braai (barbecue) Day on 24 September every year. A day for all the citizens of South Africa to unite around fires with family and friends. The driving force behind this initiative is a man known as Jan Braai (John Barbecue). If anyone knows how to cook over a fire, it is Jan. He has cooked over a fire almost every day for the five years since the launch of National Braai Day, he has travelled South Africa and the world cooking over fires with friends. And he knows what people want to know about cooking on a fire. In Fireworks, his first book, Jan Braai shares this knowledge: about making fires with wood and about cooking great meals on the coals. So start with Jan's clear rules for the perfect steak cooked over a fire and, once you have mastered that, move on to lamb chops, curried sosaties (kebabs) and the oxtail cooked in a cast-iron pot over the coals. From there you can move to rack of lamb, lamb on the spit, the perfect ribs and the staples of bread, corn and even a dessert or two cooked over the fire. Hunting and fishing may not be the measure of a man any longer, but you do need to be able to make the perfect fire, without fuss or fanfare. It's just one of those things that separates the men from the boys. 'I like T-Bone steaks, because they are in the shape of Africa' Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Patron of National Braai Day
South Africans love the flavours of the Mediterranean: olive oil, lemons, herbs, vineripened tomatoes, fragrant spices, fresh seafood and succulent grilled meats get us excited. In Weber Mediterranean, master griller Jamie Purviance explores the cuisine of the region. Jamie’s recipes are simple to follow and take the guesswork out of braaiing, while his handy tips provide advice where it is needed. The short introduction includes how to make flat breads and kebabs, and what equipment you need for effi cient braaiing. Also included are cooking charts for fi sh and shellfish, lamb, beef, pork, poultry and vegetables.
In die herverpakte sagteband uitgawe van Vuurwerke deel die bekende en ikoniese Jan Braai sy kennis van vuurmaak en vleis met al sy aanhangers. As daar een persoon is wat weet van braai dan is dit Jan Braai. Hy het al met duisende Suid-Afrikaners regoor die land gebraai en verstaan wat mense wil weet oor braai. Die boek bevat Jan se duidelike en deeglike instruksies vir die braai van steak, lampstjops, sosaties en beestert-potjie. As jy dit eers bemeester het, kan jy die braairibbetjie, lamsboud of spitbraai takel. Om nie te vergeet van die ou gunstelinge soos braaibroodtjies, stywe pap, mielies en selfs ’n nagereg of twee nie. Met die hardeband uitgawe van Vuurwerke wat meer as 20 000 kopiee verkoop het is die boek definitief ’n gunsteling onder Suid-Afrikaanse braailiefhebbers.
The fact that more than 100 000 copies of this book have been sold is maybe ample proof that it offers sound, practical advice on all aspects of a braai - from building the fire to judging when the food is cooked. The recipes with plenty hints and tips not only suggest delicious new ways to braai chicken, fish and various cuts of meat, but also all the extras that complement the main course and add sparkle to the occasion. Beskikbaar in Afrikaans as Beste Suid-Afrikaanse braairesepte
This title offers a collection of contemporary braai recipes, from beef, lamb, pork, chicken, game and seafood through vegetables, salads, breads and desserts.
In Braai, you will find a host of ideas to liven up your outdoor entertaining. Traditional favourites have been given a twist and new ideas are offered to inspire both novice braaiers and more experienced cooks. The uncluttered design, superb photographs and simple instructions make this cookbook a must-have for everyone who relishes a relaxed lifestyle.
Braaiing is a way of life for South Africans. It is the ideal way to entertain friends and family and, quite literally, takes the heat out of the kitchen. Whether your preference is cooking over an open flame or on a gas-fired barbecue, these recipes are bound to inspire you to get outdoors and take advantage of our fresh air and the finest local products.
South Africa’s climate is so good that outdoor cooking, ingrained into our psyche by the early indigenous people and the Voortrekkers, who learnt the art from them, is almost a national sport! Men congregate around fires, debating about whether to use wood or charcoal, each with their own way of doing things. In the early to mid-1800s the Dutch, French and German immigrants formed a new nation – the Afrikaners. And those who ventured north were known as the Voortrekkers (meaning pioneers). There was a unique cooking culture that developed with the Voortrekkers. The ox and wagon and horse were their only means of transport and provisioning was limited. So, in order to survive they had to hunt and roast the meat on open fires, thus giving birth to the braai, a tradition that is now so established in South Africans’ culture. Some ate their meat with griddle cakes or roosterkoek while others, who had come into contact with black tribes and had been introduced to the staple food of Africa, mealie meal porridge or pap, began enjoying that with their braaivleis. As there was little space for pots and pans on the ox wagons, the settlers developed a one-pot meal called potjiekos. A three-legged cast-iron pot was used and filled with meat, vegetables and starch, like potatoes, seasoned and covered with a lid. Braai and potjie, flavours and traditions invites you on a journey into our great outdoors where we light a fire and encourage you to stay a while and enjoy this unique South African tradition.
If you are human, you can braai. Cooking meat over a fire is something that defines our evolution as a species. The act of using fire to cook food even defines our social structure as mammals - thanks to the lucky lightning strike eons ago, and the fact that there were some steaks handy. Anything tastes better if you hold it over a fire for a while. Sure, it may not improve the flavour of Brussels sprouts, but if you leave them on for long enough, it's a good way to get rid of them.
Take everything you think you know about cooking and forget it. Jean Nel is re-inventing the braai. It is about so much more than just steaks and boerewors; anything that can be eaten can be braaied. From salads to sides, meats to veg... you could even invite a vegetarian to a braai!
In Braai the Beloved Country, Jean Nel shares his favourite braai recipes from 15 years of cooking, training and catering. The book contains the secrets of cooking everything from a perfect 'tjoppie' to breads and salads on that favourite South African cultural icon - the braai. Not only does he present a host of delicious and unexpected recipes; he goes beyond just cooking, covering everything you need to know about the braai including the tools you'll need and their maintenance.
If you are heartily sick of going to braais where the guys stand around the fire drinking and chatting and cooking wors and chops badly, then this book is for you. It's time for girls to claim their right to cook decent food and pretty up the braai area for this pivotal South African social activity.
Award-winning country chef Camilla Comins learnt much of her craft producing gourmet meals on a bed of coals as a young cook in Botswana. She cooked three square meals a day for foreign safari guest - offering everything from fritatas to Chelsea buns without so much as a stove to cook on, let alone an oven. Looking at the current state of the South African braai she is frustrated to find men still owning the fireplace and churning out unimaginative and often poorly cooked fare. It's time women seized hold of the braai - physically and figuratively - and made it their own.
In these pages you will find her tips on how to light and maintain a braai fire in the most common types of braai. She also looks beyond the chops and the wors delicate, well-crafted and healthy options from the fire. Understanding that girls like to get all the work done in time so they can clean up and put on some lipstick before the guests arrive, here recipes are designed so that most of the work is done and all you have to do is do the last bits on the fire when guests come. She is also keenly aware of the need to feed kids and keep them happy at the braai, so there's a whole section on ideas for feeding them and even letting them help.
Camilla also tackles the typically bland braai setting where guys hang around in shorts gripping a pair of tongs, and dresses things up with a bit of bunting and some feminine touches.
WINNER, BEST BARBECUE BOOK, UK, GOURMAND AWARDS 2017 If anyone knows how to braai, or barbecue, it is Jan Braai, and he knows what people need to know about how to braai: how to make a good fire - with wood - and how to confidently cook a great meal over the coals. He has braaied with thousands of South Africans almost every day since the launch of South Africa's National Braai Day (held each year on 24 September), which he founded to bring all South Africans together through their shared love of cooking over an open fire. The day's patron is Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town Desmond Tutu, who 'likes a T-bone steak because it is in the shape of Africa'. This is much more than simply a recipe book - it is an indispensable instruction manual for braaing, or barbecuing the South African way - from perfect steaks, to lip-smacking braaied chicken and lamb chops, or rack of lamb . . . or even a lamb on a spit! In his inimitable way, Jan sets out clear rules for the basic art of braaing steak and shows how, once that's been mastered, you can move on to perfecting your braai skills on lamb, chicken, pork, fish, bread, vegetables and even a pudding or two.
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