40g of Kubdu Biltong slices
1 Kale leaf
1 fresh reddish tomato
2-3 black garlic cloves
2-3 basil leaves (optional)
a pinch of Maldon salt
Croutons of toasted bread or roasted corn (opcional)
Prepare your own salad dressing (italian style) or buy it.
Chop all vegetables (tomatoes, mushrooms, kale) and avocado. Add the Kubdu veal slices and top it with the salad dressing. Finally mix it all well.
This jungle of flavours mix really well, find the outstanding black garlic, the texture of the delicious Kubdu biltong and the softness in the palate of the avocado boosting the previous two. Lowcal dish, plus very healthy and nourishing.
Its recommended to leave it in the fridge for 30min before serving to add a cold touch. Add toasted bread croutons or roasted corn or dry fried onion for variants. Kale can be fried previosly to add more taste if wanted.
30gr of Kubdu Biltong Original
2 free range eggs
1/2 red onion
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
15gr emmental cheese (optional)
2 sliced mushrooms (optional)
Wisk the eggs in a bowl. Add the Kudu biltong slices and keep beating so it mixes well.
Place the chopped onion on a fryingpan with hot olive oil.
Put the bowl content into the frying pan and let it cook for 30-60 seconds.
Meanwhile use a spatula to ensure the tips dont get sticked and afterwards fold the omelette to get the inner part juice and tender. Before closing you can add any extra ingredient you wish.
Cook slightly in both sides and serve in a plate. Ready to be eaten.
Serves 2 people. Preparation 3-5 minutes. Difficulty: Easy.
1 bag of 40gr of Kubdu Biltong Original or Spicy
1 jar of apricot ham (variety Paraguayo)
2-3 wafers of Papadum (lentils&rice flour)
Modene balsamic cream
Extra virgin olive oil
Get some olive oil on a frying pan. Once its hot enough place the Papadum wafer for 3-5 seconds. Remove it and dry it with paper cloth to absorve the remaining oil. Repeat the process with the other wafers.
Crack the Papadum in small bite-size units.
Spread a small quanitity of ham on top of the Papadum and top it with a veal slice of Kubdu Biltong which will give some texture and protein boost. Ready to serve, ready to eat!
Enjoy this easy and tasty snack that plays with the sweet-salty contrast. A guaranteed success!
Tip: For a unique experience we recommend Organic Ham such as Les Filos (www.lesfilosmarket.com) and try their 8 varieties. To promote contrast, place a drop of balsamic vinegar cream on top of the biltong slice.
50-60 g of Kudu Biltong Spicy (for 2 people)
1 portion of guacamole
100 g nachos
50 g cheddar cheese
Place the nachos in a plate.
Chop the jalapenos and spread them on top of the nachos.
Spread Kudu Spicy Biltong on top, and do the same with the guacamole.
Finally cover it with cream cheese or if you are using packed cheddar, then melt it by putting it 60-90 secs in the microwave.
That´s it! Ready to eat.
Tip: to make it creamier and tastier use a different blend of cheeses. Add tomato sauce if you want a bit more juiciness.
150 g cake flour (300 ml)
2 ml salt
5 ml mustard powder
120 g butter
50 ml ice water
2 leeks sliced
15 ml butter
15 ml cooking oil
30 ml chopped fennel leaves or parsley
120 g grated or powdered Kubdu biltong
4 eggs, beaten
250 ml cream
125 ml sour cream
100 g grated Cheddar cheese (250 ml)
5 mustard powder
15 ml lemon juice
5 ml grated lemon rind
freshly ground black pepper to taste
To make the pastry:
Sift together the flour, salt and mustard. Slice butter into small cubes, add to flour and rub in lightly with fingertips. Gradually add water mixing it to soft dough, turn out onto a pastry board and shape into a smooth ball. Place the dough in a plastic bag or cling wrap and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. Roll out on a floured pastry board and line a 230-mm diameter quiche dish. Refrigerate for a further 30 minutes, then bake blind in an oven at 200ºC for 10 – 15 minutes and leave to cool before adding the filling.
To make the filling:
Sauté the leeks in heated butter and cooking oil until transparent. Scatter leeks on the base of the pastry case. Mix remaining ingredients and pour into pastry case. Bake at 160ºC for 35-45 minutes until set.
1 tbsp olive oil
300 g Kubdu biltong
1 onion, chopped
2 fresh tomatoes, chopped
2 tbsp tomato puree
2 tbsp peanut butter
100 ml boiling water (use stock if biltong is unsalted)
Heat the oil in a non stick frying pan or saucepan and fry the onions and garlic.
Add the biltong and fry for one minute then add the tomato puree. Stir and cook for a minute, then follow with the peanut butter.
After one minute, add the chopped tomatoes and allow it to break down and cook. Within five minutes, it will have cooked down and thickened so add the boiling water, a little at a time: you may not need it all. This stew is meant to be nice and thick. Serve with a side dish of vegetables and sadza or rice.
150 g sliced wet Kudu biltong
50 g cos lettuce
50 g of Parmesan shavings
2 anchovies drained and soaked
Freddy Hirsch vinegar
Make dressing by mixing egg yolks, Worcester sauce, garlic, lemon juice and anchovies and blend.
Slowly add oil until mixture thickens then add Parmesan and adjust seasoning.
Mix all ingredients together except for croutons and Parmesan shavings.
Garnish with croutons and shavings and serve in a bowl.
100 g Chicken livers
200 g mushrooms
60 g onion
50 g butter
100 g grated or powdered Kubdu biltong
250 g cream cheese
50 g cream
Fry onion in butter till golden, add mushrooms and cook till soft then add chicken livers and season.
Mix all ingredients together except the cream and blend.
Mix in the cream and serve on fresh bread of your choice.
3 lettuce leaves
1 raf tomato
50 g fresh cheese
1 red pepper
1 finely chopped onion
30 g macadamia nuts
Wash and cut the lettuce and put it into a bowl.
Cut the tomato in slices, the red pepper and the onion. Place it on top of the lettuce. Do the same with the avocado.
Use the macadamia nuts and the fresh cheese to decorate the top.
Drop some olive oil and vinegar to give the final touch 10 minutes before serving. Done!