Bobotie is a traditional South African Dish. It's origin is unknown, although we know that the word originates from the Indonesian word bobotok of which a recipe appears in a 1609 Dutch recipe book. Initially the Cape Malay introduced it in South Africa,
Impossible Pie: All the ingredients are mixed together and poured into a pie tin, but when it cooks it forms its own crust with filling. the basic recipe has a lovely vanilla coconut flavour, but the variations are endless
First things first: koeksisters are pronounced like, ” cook sister”. a super popular South African sticky doughnut .It derives it’s name from the Dutch word “koekje”, which can be interpreted as “cookie”. There are two versions of this popular doughnuts: this is the Afrikaner version –sticky ,braided ,crunchy and crunchy –drenched in syrup, laced with cinnamon, lemon and ginger. The end result… a taste bud explosion.
Crunchies - Traditional South African Oatmeal Cookie Bars
South African Creamy Condensed Milk Fudge (this recipe calls for Castor sugar, you can make your own castor sugar by putting regular granulated suger in a food processor and grinding it to a super fine consistency as seen here http://frugalliving.about.com/od/makeyourowningredients/r/Castor_Sugar.htm)