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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.
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?
Suid-Afrikaners vier elke jaar Nasionale Braaidag op 24 September. ín Dag vir al die burgers van Suid-Afrika om lekker te ontspan en rondom die braaivleisvure te kuier met hul vriende en familie. Die dryfkrag agter hierdie inisiatief is ín man bekend as Jan Braai. In die boek gaan Jan verder as algemene raad oor vuurmaak en die braai van steak, tjops, hoender en wors. Beslis 'n moet vir alle braailiefhebbers!.
JanBraai’s definitive braai guide – now available in paperback for the first time – contains phenomenal recipes for beef, chicken, lamb, seafood, pork, ostrich and venison, as well as loads of other awesome braai ideas.
Easy recipes, using readily available South African ingredients, Red Hot stands amongst the most beloved of braai cookbooks
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.
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.
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
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 ín nagereg of twee nie. Met die hardeband uitgawe van Vuurwerke wat meer as 20 000 kopiee verkoop het is die boek definitief ín gunsteling onder Suid-Afrikaanse braailiefhebbers.
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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