South Africans don’t need an excuse to have a braai. We love exploring new tastes and sensations and putting them together in exciting ways. Pot bread is a braai staple, but have you ever tried your hand at creating flat bread? This biltong flatbread recipe combines the crispy-on-the-outside, chewy-on-the-inside flatbread with the perfect snack known as biltong. Prepare it as a braai side dish for your guests, or as a snack for the rugby game.
Biltong flatbread tips
Naturally, South Africa produces the finest biltong of any country in the planet. The salty flavours go well with the light, crispy flat bread. Some garlic butter may be used to baste the loaves, but care must be taken not to burn the garlic. As a result of their quick cooking time, you may continue prepare them even after removing the meat from the braai. Serve them hot or at room temperature, sprinkled with chopped parsley.
Do you need a quick and easy weekend braai appetiser or side dish? For the braai, try this biltong flatbread, which is crispy, soft, and filled with biltong!