Historically, it was a combination of meat and vegetables cooked with only a small amount of liquid in a three-legged cast-iron pot, called potjie
(pronounced poi chee) brought to South Africa by the Dutch settlers in the 1800s.
It is traditionally cooked in a round, cast iron, three-legged pot, the potjie
, descended from the Dutch oven brought from the Netherlands to South Africa in the 17th Century and found in the homes and villages of people throughout southern Africa.
The consequence of the current legislation is that schools cannot have school functions where alcohol is involved such as wine auctions, picnics, staff functions at the end of the year, beer gardens at the annual fete, car shows, food and wine festivals, cheese and wine evenings and potjie
Anantara Al Sahel Villa Resort will host three special Braii evenings in its traditional Boma, on September 19, 24 and 26 and traditional South African dishes will be served such as Boerewors, Oxtail Potjie
, Lambb Bredi and Milk tart for desert.
And when you join me for my special seal potjie
at the coast, please come try out your own recipe.
For example in Zambia, they had these reeds which are put in the potjie
[cast-iron post] and they put the fish from the river and cooked it with water lilies.
Once it's boiling, the potjie
is very economical on firewood.
watter ot het ooit 'n ooi genooi vir 'n potjie
Sy was nog pure kind toe sy die huis moes uit om haar ele potjie
We could have had wonderfully sweet spicy Durban curry, bobotie - traditional South African casserole - potjie
, a stew of meat or fish, a real pot luck, kudu or game Africa.
From the most exquisite spicy dishes (like Bobotie) to Braai (where meat is roasted over red hot coals, not an open fire) to Potjie
(much like a stew), the variety of palate-pleasers is extensive.
Metonimiese wysigings, aan die ander kant, behels benoeming met benaminge van geassosieerde sake, byvoorbeeld ventertjie (vir 'n sleepwaentjie van Venter) en potjie
, vir "potjiekosete" soos in: Ons het huile vir 'n potjie