Loyal viewers of the Your Perfect Sishebo show have seen a number of mouth-watering sishebo recipes brought to life – from decadent chicken dishes to interesting fish starters and beyond. However, while all of these innovative South African recipes certainly looked delicious, the proof really is in the tasting. Here are three recipes from the Your Perfect Sishebo show that you simply have to try out at home.
Team Pitseng really impressed the judges with their sumptuous Short Rib Sishebo. Packed with plenty of flavour and guaranteed to satisfy even the hungriest of tummies, it makes for the perfect weekend feast.
The essential sishebo mix for this particular recipe includes Knorr Rich Beef & Tomato Soup, Knorr Brown Onion Soup, Robertsons Barbecue Spice, Rajah Mild & Spicy Curry Powder and Knorrox Beef Flavour Stock Cubes.
Quick Cooking Tip: In order to ensure that your meat cooks through, it is important to fry it for at least 30 minutes on a low-medium heat, turning frequently to avoid burning.
Team Meropa was extremely proud of their beef sishebo when presenting it to the judges in episode 5 of the Your Perfect Sishebo show – and with good reason. All of the judges agreed that it was pretty close to being perfect. Now it’s your turn to give it a try!
The essential sishebo mix for this particular recipe includes Rajah Mild & Spicy Curry Powder, Robertsons Steak & Chops Spice, Robertsons Barbecue Spice, Robertsons Chicken Spice, Robertsons Peri-Peri, Robertsons Garlic Flakes, Knorrox Beef Stock Cubes, Knorrox Oxtail Stock Cubes and Knorr Minestrone and Mixed Herbs Soup.
Quick Cooking Tip: In order to reduce cooking time without compromising on flavour, cut your beef into smaller cubes.
This was the winning recipe of the 2012 series of the Your Perfect Sishebo show, and had all of the judges begging for seconds! If you have a few important dinner guests coming round and you want to create a dish that you know will impress, this is the sishebo recipe for you.
The essential sishebo mix for this particular recipe includes Rajah Medium Curry Powder, Robertsons Chicken Spice, Knorrox Chicken Stock Cubes, Knorr Tasty Soup and Knorr Chicken Soup.
Quick Cooking Tip: If you notice that your sishebo tastes slightly too acidic, add a spoonful of sugar. It will neutralise the acid and leave your dish with a much more palatable flavour.
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