Waterblommetjiebredie refers to a unique South African dish which is a stew made with Waterblommetjies or Water Lillies, Sorrel and mutton. These water lillies are found in the southern part of the Cape province from about the months of May to November.

Waterblommetjiebredie is said to have a combined salty, savory and slightly sour taste brought about by mixing the water lillies, mutton and Sorrel in one dish.

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