The Boerie Rolls are the local variant of the American Hotdog and is similarly prepared. The dish takes its name from ‘Boerewors’, which is a type of local meat sausage (lamb, pork, beef or a mix of two or three) and spices. The sausage is first grilled on a barbecue and then placed between sandwiches and garnished with ketchup, tomatoes, red pepper and onions. Just like the American hotdog, the Rolls Boerie and Hospitality Equipment in Australia can be found everywhere in the country, especially in parking lots and during sporting events.
Yes, the typical Fish n Chips English dish is also one of the most popular local dishes. The dish is easily found in the Cape region and is usually prepared with Haddock or Atlantic cod. The fish is first cut and boned before being dipped in a batter made from white flour, water, bicarbonate, beer or milk. The fish is then fried and served with fries.