In a world were kindest has become uncool, the Larder stands out as a pleasant haven for many of its regulars and the new followers – are greeted with a friendly welcome and more than that delicious and captivating food. Larder is a beautiful hidden gem worth finding; owned by the brilliant Sonja Edridge – Chef, food artist and your next event’s inspiring more than a “rabbit out of a hat” caterer – her creations are re-imagined. Everything is homemade from scratch, including the jam, eggs are free range and for some of us who are eggs adjacent – there are incredible alternatives, out of this world coffee (and a outstanding beetroot latte) and environmentally friendly packaging. Larder is conscious, quirky, warm and soulful…it’s home… with an incredible chef and kitchen team.
Make sure to make stop at the Larder in Cape Town to feed the heart and soul.
SPICY PLUM KETCHUP CHICKEN SLIDERS (no cooking required) Recipe courtesy of Chef Sonja Edridge
Prep Time: 15 min
1 free range Rotisserie chicken
1/2 cup Plum chilli ketcup
6 slider buns
2 avocado’s, crushed
½ red cabbage
2 large carrots, grated
1 small apple, grated
3 tbsp mayonnaise
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar or lemon juice
1. Shred 2 cups of chicken of the rotisserie chicken, pulling it apart with 2 forks in a medium bowl. Mix in plum chilli ketchup and season with salt & pepper as needed. Set aside.
2. Mix the slaw In a medium bowl, with the mayo & vinegar and season season as needed. Set aside.
3. Cut slider buns in half, top bottom half with avo crush, top with spicy pulled chicken, with cole slaw. Serve with extra plum ketchup if needed
4. Cover with the top bun and enjoy!