Braai Possibly the first open source braai webpage… If one thing unites South Africans, it is the unfaltering knowledge that each of us is an above avaerage braaier. Please share your favourite recipes and tips. 4 Comments Regard Veldsman (Post author) 20th January 2016 at 14:16 Brood (in ‘n yster brood-pot) Deeg: – 500 g Bruismeel – 250 ml Karringmelk – 1 pakkie Bruin-uie sop – 1 koppie Gerasperde kaas Meng alles saam. Voeg nog melk by indien nie nat genoeg nie. Pot: – Smeer met botter/margarien – stof met meel – sit deeg in die pot Vuur: – Sit potjie ‘n ent weg van vuur op ‘n dun lagie kole, bedek ook so 50% van die deksel met kole. (ek braai met hout, maar as julle brikkette gebruik behoort 8 onder en 4 bo te werk) – Ruil die kole sodra nodig – Hou dop, die brood behoort na 45-60 min reg te wees, toets deur ‘n skerp mes in the druk en dadelik uit the trek – daar moet geen deeg vas sit nie. Geniet met vars botter. Reply Dominik Baer 3rd March 2016 at 16:43 Hej pojke How can I get an Enlish version of the recipe? 😉 I’d love to see more pictures of the environment of your camping, don’t be shy to post some more here or on facebook! I wish you all the best and success for your projects! Take care! Dominik Reply Regard Veldsman (Post author) 26th April 2017 at 15:35 Hi Dominik, glad to see you are following us! Here is the recipe in english: Bread (in cast-iron pot) Dough: – 500 g self raising flour – 250 ml buttermilk – 1 packet brown onion soup mix – 1 cup grated cheddar cheese Mix all the ingredients together. Additional milk can be added if mixture is too dry. Pot: – coat the inside of the pot with butter – dust with flour – put dough in the pot Fire: – Place the pot next to the fire (not too close, or the bread will burn). Put the pot on a thin layer of coals and put some coals on the lid, to cover about 50% of the lid. (we braai with wood, but if you use charcoal, about 8 pieces underneath and 4 on top should do the trick) – Change the coals when necessary – The bread should be ready after about 45-60 min. Test with a sharp knife, if there is no dough sticking to the knife, the bread is done. Enjoy with butter. Reply Michael Krog 6th September 2019 at 08:00 Just seen this and will get my missus to try it thanks! We here in Aussie now and try all these fancy things on our engelse maats this side , Groete van die nou engelse boer! Reply Leave a Reply to Michael Krog Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of new posts by email.