FOR OUR EN­G­LISH RE­A­DERS

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For our En­g­lish re­a­ders

Glos­sa­ry

AAar­tap­pel – po­ta­to Aar­bei­kon­fyt – stra­w­ber­ry jam A­gur­kie – gher­kin A­man­del – al­mond Ap­pel – ap­ple Ap­pel­bier – ap­ple ci­der Ap­pel­koos­kon­fyt – a­pri­cot jam An­sjo­vis­fi­let – an­cho­vy fil­let Anys­saad – a­ni­s­eed As­per­sie – as­pa­ra­gus

B

Bak­poei­er – baking po­w­der Bal­se­ma­syn - bal­sa­mic vi­ne­gar Ba­si­lie­kruid­bla­re – ba­sil le­a­ves Bees­vleis­af­trek­sel – beef stock Bees­fi­let­por­sies – Ro­ast Beef ser­vings Bees­vleis­re­pies – beef strips Bier – beer Blok­kie­spek – ba­con bits Blom­kool – cau­lif­lo­wer Bok­melk­kaas – go­at’s chee­se Bos­bes­sie – cran­ber­ry Bot­ter – but­ter Bot­ter­skor­sie­blok­ke – but­ter­nut blocks Braai – f­ry/ro­ast Brand­ris­sie­vlok­kies – chil­li fla­kes B­re­die – stew Brood­krum­mels – bre­ad crumbs Bron­kors – wa­ter­cress Bros – britt­le/crisp Bruin­brood­meel – bro­wn bre­ad flour Bruis­meel – self-rai­sing flour

C

Crè­me fraî­che suur­room) sour cre­am

D

Deeg – dough Deur­sky­nend – trans­pa­rent Draad­klit­ser – whisk D­rei­neer – drain

E

Eier egg Eier­geel – egg yolk Eier­wit – egg whi­te E­lek­trie­se men­ger – e­lec­tric mixer Er­de­bak – e­ar­then­wa­re bo­wl E­we­re­dig – e­ven­ly

F

Fil­lo­deeg phyl­lo pa­stry Foe­lie – tin­foil Fo­rel – trout Fram­boos – ras­p­ber­ry Fran­se groen­bo­ne – F­rench green be­ans F­rik­ka­del­le – me­at balls Fyn ka­neel – ground c­in­na­mon

G

Gar­neer – gar­nish Ge­blik – can­ned Gem­mer – gin­ger Ge­ras­per – gra­ted Ge­rook­te – smo­ked Ge­roos­ter – ro­as­ted Ge­smelt – mel­ted Ge­vlok – fla­ked Giet­ys­ter­pan (of rif­fel­pan) – skil­let Gra­naat­pit­te – po­me­gra­na­te seeds

H

Hard­ge­kook – hard-boi­led Heu­ning – ho­ney Hoen­der – chic­ken Hoen­der­af­trek­sel – chic­ken stock Hoen­der­le­wer­tjies – chic­ken li­vers

K

Ka­neel – c­in­na­mon Ka­kao – co­coa Kar­ring­melk – but­ter­milk Ke­ker­ert­jie – chick­pea Ker­rie­poei­er – cur­ry po­w­der Ker­sie­ta­ma­tie – cher­ry to­ma­to Kits­gis – in­stant y­e­ast Klap­per – co­co­nut Klap­per­meel – co­co­nut flour Klap­per­room – co­co­nut cre­am K­leef­plas­tiek – cling wrap K­leef­we­ren­de – non-stick K­lits – be­at/whip K­nie – kne­ad K­nof­fel­hui­sie – gar­lic clo­ve Koek­meel – ca­ke flour Kol­jan­der­bla­re – co­ri­an­der le­a­ves Kol­wyn­tjie­pan – muf­fin tin/ pan Kom­kom­mer – cu­cum­ber Kom­buis­pa­pier – pa­per to­wel Ko­myn­saad – cu­min s­eed Kool – cab­ba­ge Kor­rel­mos­terd – w­ho­le­grain mus­tard Kort sken­kel – knuckles Kos­sproei – cook­ing spray Kruie – herbs

L

Lams­boud – leg of lamb Lam­sken­kel – shank Len­sie – lentil Lou­rier­blaar – bay le­af

M

Melk – milk Mie­lie­blom – corn­flour Mos­sel – mus­sel Mos­terd – mus­tard

N

Neut­mus­kaat - nut­meg

O

Ok­ker­neut – wal­nut O­lyfo­lie – o­li­ve oil O­lyf – o­li­ve Ont­been – de­bo­ne Op­dien­bak – ser­ving dish O­ri­ga­num – o­re­ga­no

P

Pam­poen­pof­fers – pump­kin frit­ters Par­me­saan­kaas – par­me­san chee­se Pas­sa­ta (ta­ma­tie­pu­ree) – to­ma­to pu­ree Peer – pear Pen­ne – pen­ne Pe­kan­neut – pe­can nut Peu­sel­hap­pie – snack Pie­ke­lui – pickled on­i­on Pie­ter­sie­lie – pars­ley Pi­kant­ris­sie – pep­pa­dew Pof­fe­rig – puf­fy Prut – sim­mer

R

Roer­braai stir-f­ry Roer­brood – no-kne­ad bre­ad Room – cre­am Roos­ma­ryn – ro­se­ma­ry Roos­ter – grill Ro­sa-ta­ma­tie – ro­sa to­ma­to Ro­syn­tjie – rai­sin Rys – ri­ce

S

Saad – s­eed Sa­lie – sa­ge Salm – sal­mon Sam­pi­oen – mushroom Sa­vo­jekool – sa­voy cab­ba­ge Sel­de­ry – ce­le­ry stick Se­mels - bran S­jer­rie­a­syn – sher­ry vi­ne­gar Sif – sift S­ken­kel – shank/knuckle Slaai – sa­lad Slaai­bla­re – sa­lad le­a­ves S­neeu-ert­jies – man­ge­tout Soet­ris­sie – pep­per Son­ge­droog­de ta­ma­tie – sun­dried to­ma­to Sout – salt S­pi­na­sie – spi­nach S­prietui – spring on­i­on S­ter­a­nys – star a­ni­s­eed S­teur­gar­naal – pra­wn S­to­we-groen­bo­ne – ste­wed green be­ans S­tre­pie­spek – st­re­a­ky ba­con S­trooi­sui­ker – cas­tor su­gar Sui­ker­ert­jies – su­gar snap pe­as Suur­le­moen – le­mon Swart ker­sie – black cher­ry Swart­pe­per – black pep­per

T

Tek­s­tuur – tex­tu­re Tie­mie – thy­me Tor­til­la-vou­pak­kies – wraps

U

Ui on­i­on

V

Va­niel­je­geur­sel – va­nil­la es­sen­ce Vark­boud – leg of pork Vark­wor­sies – pork sausa­ge Ver­giet­tes – strai­ner/co­lan­der Ver­hit – he­at Ver­pulp – pulp Ver­welk – wilt Ver­sier­sui­ker – i­cing su­gar Ver­sprei – spre­ad/dis­tri­bu­te Vin­kel­saad – fen­nel s­eed Vla – cus­tard Vol­graan – w­ho­le grain Vol­ko­ring – w­ho­le w­he­at Voed­sel­ver­wer­ker – food pro­ces­sor Vul­sel – stuf­fing/fil­ling Vy – fig

W

Wit­brood­meel whi­te bre­ad flour Wit­sous – whi­te sau­ce Wit­wyn – whi­te wi­ne Wit­wyn­a­syn – whi­te wi­ne vi­ne­gar Wor­tel­stok­kies – car­rot sticks

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