Carrot Bredie

November 2, 2012





  1. This sounds intriguing! I love my veggies, so I really need to give this a try!

  2. How interesting is that! I would be so intrigued to try a So. African restaurant. I’m going to bookmark the restaurant and hope that I can talk to “rest” into going…

  3. I’ve never heard of something like this before. So unique! What a creative Thanksgiving Day appetizer perhaps? Yummyyyy

  4. Ahhhh date night.. How I miss thee… 😉
    This sounds so good… have never heard of it, but would love to give it a taste!

  5. Rachel says:

    Haha, I found your website while looking for recipes for carrot bredie after trying it at Peli Peli in Vintage Park! What a small world!

    Also, the Peli Peli version has leeks, if you’re still curious about the other ingredients you’re missing.

    • azestybite says:

      Thanks Rachel that is good to know. I will have to add leeks to it next time. I really miss peli peli since we moved away from Tomball.

    • donya says:

      Haha, same here! Just tried Peli Peli for the first time last weekend and I really want to try to make this at home!

  6. Kalinka says:

    Hi, if you want to try something really amazing try adding about half of a yellow or white onion in there.
    I am South African and this it how I make mine but I use regular water instead of broth and no cilantro. Will definitely try using the broth next time.

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