Kick Back And Relax On Game Day With This Protein-Packed Recipe

This recipe comes from Michael Brannock, executive chef of PDQ Restaurants and will take your game day spread to the next level.



1Maybe you love lugging your skottel to a prematch outdoor spot. If so, grill the sosaties pregame. If not, these wraps taste great cold (so you can relax, instead of worrying about prep). This recipe comes from Michael Brannock, executive chef of PDQ Restaurants and will take your game day spread to the next level.

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But, just because you’re manning the braai doesn’t mean your side dishes should be an afterthought.

Make Better Mielies

Husk on or off? Split the difference. Braai mielies in the husk so it steams in its own moisture, then pull back the leaves for some char. Bonus: the husk makes the perfect handle. Drizzle on a pesto for more flavour.

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Make Better Slaw

Sprightly, fresh ingredients like apples are a good contrast with the deep flavours you often have coming off the braai. We recommend making the creamy dressing a day ahead to let its flavours develop.

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Make Better Potato Salad

The key to great potato salad: tossing the hot potatoes with some dressing while they’re still hot and primed to absorb the flavour. To add some smokiness, toss chipotle sauce into the dressing, like Smoked Paprika and Chipotole Chilli Sauce (R19.95, Buy It Here).

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Kick Back And Relax On Game Day With This Protein-Packed Recipe

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Kick Back And Relax On Game Day With This Protein-Packed Recipe

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