|Posted on 27 October, 2017 at 13:45||comments (0)|
Love Biltong, has a Biltong Directory where producers of biltong can be listed. They have a lot of different biltong recipes on their site. It is amazing what you can do with biltong besides just eating it.
One of the recipes I found was for making biltong bread.
The recipe needs finely grated ground biltong and you roll the dough into a swiss roll shape, with the ground biltong layered inside the dough. The recipe was unique as it needed a fire to cook the bread.
It does turn out delicious as the bread goes a golden-brown colour and becomes crispy on the outside.
|Posted on 1 October, 2017 at 5:55||comments (0)|
I have been expermenting with portabelo mushrooms and spices and have produced a vegan biltong following many requests and enquires.
I shall be selling this at my markets and festivals from now on before adding it to mail order so I can gauge peoples reactions and comments.
|Posted on 20 January, 2017 at 8:50||comments (0)|
I have applied for space a several farmers markets close to Ashford in Kent and am just awaiting confirmation, I will post dates and venues I will be attending once I have them
|Posted on 27 February, 2015 at 14:25||comments (2)|
Had an early start today, checked the Biltong box and the original Droewors is ready, the original slabs of Biltong are in need of another day to be moist.
The temperature and humidity gauge is working really well and allows me much greater quality control.
Will have to do another run to the butchers in next few days for another slab of silverside as orders are coming in nicely now, most are repeat and a few new ones who have heard about it.
Now that I have harnessed facebook and my brother has done a cracking job on marketing advice I hope to be very busy soon. I will continue to make all my products by hand, this does mean that sometimes the heat may vary a little or the thickness of the meat can fluctuate but this is what makes it truely homemade.
|Posted on 26 February, 2015 at 11:00||comments (2)|
I have just set up the facebook page simplybiltonguk, bit new to all this social media stuff, may have to get my son's involved!!
|Posted on 26 February, 2015 at 10:25||comments (0)|
The hard work is nearly over. I have been testing postage methods and my samples have been very well received. lots of work ensuring the best possible Biltong is produced. thank you to all those of you who have encouraged me to produce this for sale rather than for my own consumption. I always knew i like what I made but selling it to others is very different. From the feedback I have received I am now confident in my product and know it stands up in its own merit. thanks again, Scott