1927C.G. BothaSocial Life in Cape Col. 56Who has not enjoyed what may be considered typical South African foods, although they originated in the East, such as various stews known as ‘bredie,’ ‘sosaties,’ ‘kerrie’ (curried meats) and ‘bobotie.’
1965A. Gordon-BrownS. Afr. HeritageIV. 19The meal, which consisted of a plate of ‘kerrie’ (mulligatawny), two sosaties and boiled rice, and half a pint of Cape wine, cost a quarter of a rix-dollar (4 cents).
1971L.G. GreenTaste of S.-Easter 178Kerrie patats, small pieces steeped in brine, cooked and served with a hot curry sauce.
1979Sunday Times 8 Apr. (Mag. Sect.) 5Her strongly religious household..is nourished on foods like sosaties, pinang kerrie, snoek and cabbage bredie, and pootjies-en-tamatie.
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