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Monday, August 8, 2011

Venison Sosaties and Roosterbrood~


Kudu Sosaties and Roosterbrood on the fire.

Ingredients for the sosaties.

2kg kudu/venison meat/ lamb.
Pork back fat cut into half the size of the meat cubes.
2 onions
12.5ml curry powder
6ml tumeric
25ml sugar
20ml maizena
15ml salt
100ml chutney
1 cup dried apricots soaked to soften
4 bay leaves
250ml buttermilk

Method~
Quarter the onions and cut through the root end. Place in a pot with little water and steam til clear. Pour off and fry til lightly browned. Add curry powder and tumeric and keep on the heat for about 2 mins.
Add all the other marinade ingredients, except the buttermilk and bring to the boil.
Allow to cool and add the bay leaves and buttermilk.
Place meat in a casserole dish, pour marinade over and stir to cover all the meat.
Allow to marinade in a cool place for 2 days, stirring occasionally. Any wild meat should marinade a day or 2....(I've tried to marinade a few hours, but it always ends up tough!)
Place meat on sosatie sticks that have been soaked in water.
Approx. 6 cubes of meat with 2 apricots, 2-3 pieces of fat and onion slices between meat cubes.
Braai over a low heat so the marinade does not burn.

Roosterbrood.
Store bought dough cut into small squares...left in a warm place to rise and then braaied over a low heat turning often until done.

Serve hot with sosaties and butter and apricot jam!

Sheer indulgence and not good for the waistline!!


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4 comments:

  1. But good for the tastebuds..and the soul:) You don't have to worry about waistline!

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  2. Oh yum, my kinda meal! Roosterbrood on the fire, nothing can top it1 The fire looks so inviting Shel!

    Veronica
    www.tasselsandtwigs.blogspot.com

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  3. This will be fabulous! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week.
    Miz Helen

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  4. What a beautiful photo of some yummy sounding food! They are all new words to me, but reading the recipes I understand. What a fun meal.

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