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chakalaka/bean salad (hot or cold)

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20 Dec 2016 @ 14:21:48 pm
Campervan
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Ingredients
1 tin chakalaka
1 tin baked beans
1/4 red pepper finely diced
1/4 yellow pepper finely diced
1/4 green pepper finely diced
1 onion finely chopped
garlic to taste
2 - 3 tablespoons mayonaise
1 - 2 t-spoon curry powder to taste ( also use the curry powder to taste - hot or mild)
Method
Fry onion and curry powder till just about translucent,
Add garlic and cook for a minute or two,
Add peppers, but do not cook too long ( moennie pap kook nie),
Take off the heat and add the beans, chakalaka & mayonaise.
Serve hot or cold
Can also be enjoyed as a papsous with braai, on toast with bacon and eggs or
Slice in a tin of bullbrand sousages, braai or sausage as a meal or on toast as a light snack.
Enjoy.
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20 Dec 2016 @ 15:32:58 pm
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Thanks, Edge, that looks very nice. 

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20 Dec 2016 @ 15:36:09 pm
Anonymous

Sounds interesting, especially for a braai sauce, pap sauce or for something on a bread roll or toast, but I think I will give the Baked Beans a skip with something else or maybe without them, just as is.

There is no offence against your recipe with the baked beans.

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20 Dec 2016 @ 17:41:24 pm
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Thanks
As jy wil he jou drome moet waar word, moet jy eers wakker word.

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21 Dec 2016 @ 09:24:58 am
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I am not a baked beans fan myself, but
The other ingredients take away or mask the taste, making it more ecceptable. The beans help to clear the sinuses...
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21 Dec 2016 @ 10:12:29 am
Anonymous

I am not a baked beans fan myself, but
The other ingredients take away or mask the taste, making it more ecceptable. The beans help to clear the sinuses...
Sinuses...laughing.

Yesterday night, I had difficulties to sleep and was thinking of your recipe and my conclusion was, instead of baked beans, I will add some Feta Cheese.

What Chakalake do you use, the Veggie type or Mango type?

 

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22 Dec 2016 @ 12:33:48 pm
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Dennis,
We use the Koo Chuckalaka, mild and spicey or with sweetcorn or with butternut. They come in the 410g tin.
You also get the one with beans/baked beans. They are all nice.
We add these to mince dishes, stews/potjies, etc.
I enjoy the hotter ones, but we use the more mild ones for the sake of the wife and the rest of the family/friends.
Enjoy.
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22 Dec 2016 @ 13:11:09 pm
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Dennis,
We use the Koo Chuckalaka, mild and spicey or with sweetcorn or with butternut. They come in the 410g tin.
You also get the one with beans/baked beans. They are all nice.
We add these to mince dishes, stews/potjies, etc.
I enjoy the hotter ones, but we use the more mild ones for the sake of the wife and the rest of the family/friends.
Enjoy.
Thanks Edge. Now I know which Chakalaka you refer to. I have seen them at our local Spar one day.

I will rather go for the mild one with butternut due to that I am not allowed to eat any kind of bean dishes such as sweetcorn, baked beans etc. I cannot even eat watermellonyell or any bread if not been toasted.

 

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