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What is a good Braai Broodjie recipe
#1
I want to braai some braai broodjies this afternoon, but looking for some good recipes or ideas.

Clearly not my forte.
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#2
Don't mess with it.... Tomato, cheese, onion, fire....

#3
I bought the following ingredients:

White bread
Gouda Cheese ( I do not know when to use Gouda or Chedder so I went with gouda, because it feels nice.)
Ms. Balls Chutney
Tomato
Onion

Will start preparing soon and then post a picture of the before product and then the after product.
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#4
Here is the before picture, about to put these badboys on the fire.

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#5
Wine was so good I forgot to post the after picture.

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#6
Now why would you go and do a silly thing like putting chutney on a braaibroodjie?

#7
Damn you, now I want some Sad

#8
I am going to braai a lot more. This was heaven nice.
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#9
Steak:
* rub in salt
* make a oil/garlic powder/liquid smoke mix
* pour over steak

...braai (liquid smoke since we're in a thatch roof complex and currently confined to an electric Weber)

#10
How does liquid smoke work exactly? I have heard about it before, but never seen or used it before.
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#11
They look like this:

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You can buy them at Spar or some butcheries (seen them at Country Meat). Basically, a very concentrated liquid that was somehow made from burning wood or something. You add a tiny amount to your marinade, directly to the meat or the oil as described above and braai with it. After the meat is done on that electric or gas grill you wouldn't know it didn't come off a real wood fire.

I make sure I rub some of it into the fat of the meat but you have to be careful with the strength. Using the Hickory one atm but prefer the Hickory & Oak one.

#12
Okey this sounds pretty darn neat! I must have it.

I will go to Food Lovers today and see if I can find some there. I thought it was a gimmick when I first heard about it by a guy drinking a cider whilst we were all around the open fire drinking beer, Olof and Morgan.

This cider drinking dude might be on to something here.
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#13
(07-31-2017, 08:53 AM)Bandit Wrote: Now why would you go and do a silly thing like putting chutney on a braaibroodjie?

Chutney just works!

Also, 50/50 cheddar and mozzarella makes it all gooey.

#14
(08-01-2017, 02:53 PM)esvi Wrote: Chutney just works!

Also, 50/50 cheddar and mozzarella makes it all gooey.

That is what you missed ranger! 

The cheddar and mozzarella. Instead you went Gouda.

#15
I still do not know when to use what cheese.
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