Peppermint Crisp tart
Need we say more? This is the ultimate South African pudding.
Slow braised red wine oxtail | Bibbyskitchen recipes
Weekend food. Time for slow cooking and lazy lunches, shared with good friends and restorative conversations. There's not much I can say here other than, if you're 'meat-minded', as most South Africans are, and you find yourself in hibernation mode with a crackling fire to warm your toes and a glass of ruby red in hand, this hearty slow-braised red wine oxtail has your name on it. Ever since visiting the Morgenster Wine and Olive Estate in the Cape last December, I've been intent on making a…
Six Sisters' Stuff · Family Recipes, Food, Fun Crafts
These soft and chewy Ginger Molasses Cookies turn out perfect every time - they are a tried-and-true family recipe! They taste like gingerbread cookies, but are soft and melt-in-your-mouth delicious. You can also make these cookies ahead of time and frozen until you need them.
ROMANY CREAMS Ingredients 300 grams of butter ( room temperature )... 1 cup of sugar 1 egg 1/4 cup of oil 3 &1/2 cups of cake flour 1 tsp baking powder 1 tablespoon of vanilla essence 1 cup of cocoa powder 2 cups of fine coconut . Method Mix with electric mixer butter , oil and sugar till light and fluffy , add the egg and vanilla essence and mix for a minute - now add all the dry ingredients and mix with hand till well combined . If you are in hot weather/ Summer , place in the fridge…
The Best Koeksister recipe & my adventures in the Klein Karoo
It was only about 3 hours into the drive along Route 62 when I realised what I was actually doing; I was travelling 400km into the middle of the Klein Karoo (aka nowhere) in search of 'The Perfect Koeksister'. Those that know me, expect nothing less, but still, it was quite crazy. Even for me. The beautiful Klein Karoo To catch you up to speed, a koeksister is a plaited, deep-fried doughnut drenched in a seriously sticky syrup. It's a treat as South African as milk tart, biltong and beer…