Safari® Biltong by Crown National - Top Seller!
Africa's most popular Biltong seasoning is savoured and favoured in many countries outside Africa, including Australia. With its beefy and coriander notes, this seasoning is great as a braai spice and a seasoning for potjies or stews and it produces the perfect mild old-fashioned biltong blend. Safari seasoning is the choice of butchers and their customers countrywide in South Africa.
Handy pack - every kitchen needs one!
Batch Pack: 200g handipak - perfect for small home batches
Dosage Rate: 40-50g Safari Biltong per kg of cut meat.
Produced in South Africa by Crown National www.crownnational.co.za
Meat Snacks Introduction
Meat snacks is a growing segment and for most South Africans, biltong and dry wors remains the most popular snack food. This popular delicacy is synonymous with a rich South African tradition.
Originating from the need to preserve meat, the Boers hung salted and spiced strips of game meat from their wagons while out hunting or on the trek. Dry wors, dried “Boerewors” originated in much the same way. The regional flavour preferences we experience today is a result of different spices that were available to the trek boers as they move into new areas.
Whatever your preference Crown National will be able to help you to discover the great taste that we have to offer.
How to make Crown National Safari Biltong
Remove all visible connective tissue from meat.
Cut meat into long strips approximately 25 mm thick for biltong and ±8 mm for chilli bites.
Place meat in layers in a suitable container and sprinkle Crown biltong or Crown chilli bite spice of your
choice over each layer according to usage.
Sprinkle with Crown Vinegar and leave overnight in a cool area.
Hang to dry in a Crown Biltong Dryer. For the first 12 hours, do not engage the heat unit.
Dry at optimum temperature of 30ºC.
Weight loss of up to 50% can be expected.
Video: How to make Biltong (by Crown National)
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