Salami

June 26, 2018

Hartlief‘s Beer, meat and manne platter

When the guys are coming round to watch a big rugby game, you need to make sure there are plenty of snacks.
May 8, 2018

Rainbow picnic bread

This is so much fun to make! You can layer this to heart’s content, adding bits and pieces as you go.
May 7, 2018

Hartlief meat lover’s smorgasbord

Sometimes you just need a big plate of meat. We’ve included all of our favourites for a meat lover’s dream party platter. Add your favourites and make this your own.
May 7, 2018

Gorgonzola pâté and Hartlief Windhoek Salami bites with walnuts

This is the ideal snack for someone with a more discerning palate. Served with nutty, crunchy crackers, these make the ideal snack for those who are Banting.
May 7, 2018

Hartlief big pan frittata

Creamy, flavourful and comforting, our frittata is an easy way to serve eggs to a big group of people. It is delicious served hot or cold, and is a hit for breakfast or lunch.
May 7, 2018

Marinated olives and Hartlief Dauerwurst Salami

This is the ultimate way to make a boring bowl of olives that little bit more exciting.
May 7, 2018

Caprese bites with Hartlief Landjäger and basil vinaigrette

The little snacks look as good as they taste. And they’re healthy! The mozzarella can easily be replaced with cubes of feta and the cubed Landjäger can we swapped with salami folded into quarters. If you’re short on time, basil pesto can simply be used instead of the vinaigrette.
May 7, 2018

Banting snack platter

A snack platter is a must-have for every party or special occasion. Effortless to put together and filled with healthy snacks, it will impress all your friends and family. The recipes are filling, delicious and quick to make. Play around with the Hartlief range of products – wrap meat around a creamy brie cheese, crispy butter lettuce or crunchy carrot sticks. The platter is best served with a rich, dark red wine.
March 20, 2018

Roasted sweet potato salad with feta and Hartlief Windhoek Salami

The star ingredient of this salad is the dukkah, an Egyptian spice blend, which makes for a heavenly combination with the sweet potato. We used orange sweet potato to give the salad a wonderful, rich colour. If feta balls are not available, they can be replaced with soft Danish feta. This salad can be served for lunch with crispy ciabatta or without the bread as a tasty, Banting friendly starter.