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This quick and easy sosatie recipe is the perfect braai companion. It is an old-fashioned sosatie recipe that has been part of our family for many generations. A sosatie is essentially a kebab and is made up of mutton and dried apricots on a skewer. The sosatie marinade consists of a sweet curry spice blend. Everybody I know loves sosaties.
Sosaties are often served during a social braai event. A braai is a barbeque where we cook meat over open coals. Young boys in South Africa learn to braai from a very young age. I remember well, the first time I braaied solo was at the tender age of 9 years old. I was not allowed to make the fire, but I was allowed to braai the meat.
This was also the first time I met sosaties and could never forget the great taste. Every family in South Africa has their unique version of sosaties recipe. The sosatie recipe we publish on this page comes from my family's cookbook, but we adopted a few ingredients from the sosatie recipe from my wife's family cookbook.
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