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How to make the perfect 'koesister'
'Koesisters' are a Cape Town staple and it's the best way to start your Sunday. Get your day off to a good start by making your own.
These traditional sticky spicy treats are so yummy! This recipe was one that my grandmother used to make when I was a little girl. It’s taken me awhile to perfect it but it’s so comforting on those cold Sunday mornings! Print Traditional Malay Koeksisters Author: Fazila Olla-Logday Recipe type: Dessert Cuisine: Malay Prep time: 2 hours Cook time: ... Read More »
Cape Malay Koeksisters recipe by The Kitchen Girl
Cape Malay Koeksisters recipe by The Kitchen Girl posted on 21 Jan 2017 . Recipe has a rating of 4.6 by 11 members and the recipe belongs in the Biscuits & Pastries recipes category
Koesisters - Cape Malay "Doughnuts"
Koesisters are little fried dumplings that are a Cape Malay twist on the more traditional South African pastry "Koeksister". The Cape Malay community is a vibrant ethnic group that call most of the Western Cape region of South Africa home. They are originally of Javanese descent, brought from modern-day Indonesia as indentured labourers. Their culture and ethnic traditions have left an indelible mark on present day South Africa, from the influence of curry in South African cuisine (and their…
Cape Malay Potato Koeksisters • Esme Salon
A koeksister is a traditional Afrikaner confectionery made of fried dough infused in syrup or honey. It should not be confused with the similar-sounding Cape Malay koe'sister, which is a fried ball of dough that's rolled in desiccated coconut.
This recipe comes from Gamidah Jacobs from Lekka Kombuis in the Bo Kaap in Cape Town. It is an easy and relatively quick recipe. INGREDIENTS 4 potatoes cooked and mashed 4 cups of flour 15 ml cinna…