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Class 1 – A taste of tradition (code – SA Trad 3/1) – (R 5 050 per counter excluding VAT – maximum 3 counters). A blend of South Africa’s best known dishes, reflecting the diversity of the various ethnic groups, and also showcasing the crossover of flavours between the various traditions. Halaal friendly •  Samoosas – popular amongst both Cape Malay and Indians as a festive 3-sided pastry snack. •  Spicy lentil soup – originating from India, this dish has become a fresh shebeen winter warmer. •  Tomato bredie – with a slight sour taste, made with chicken, beef or lamb, variants of the dish are found amongst the  Cape Malays and in the shebeens around the country. •  Chakalaka – a vegetable stew with varying degrees of chilli, popular as a cheap street food with pap. •  Pap and spinach – a stiff porridge, the spinach adding both texture and flavour. •  Milk tart – a popular baked milk custard pie, with a strong cinnamon flavour.

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