Chakalaka - "not-so-hot" Sauce by Ukuva iAfrica
Ukuva's Chakalaka was first made as a steakhouse sauce in the 1980's - and its been charming diners ever since. Its tangy, sweet and spicy - delicious with flame grilled lamb, pork, chicken, corn, burgers or vegetable skewers. Its the taste kids (of all ages) LOVE.
Add to cream cheese as a topping for oven roasted potato wedges - garnish with crispy onion flakes.
A great dip for corn chips. Spread on cheese and ham sandwiches or add to a vegetable stir-fry... or oven roasted carrots.
PS: Enjoy Chakalaka food bliss: make a flame-grilled beef burger on a toasted sesame bun with tomato, lettuce and slices of pickle (some people spread the bun with a little garlic mayo). Top it with a fried egg, a slice of cheese, bacon, fried onions and a generous helping of Chakalaka!
PPS: At 2018 Sandringham Cheese Festival, Chakalaka was once again KING of the burger sauces!