Koeksisters Recipe - South African Magazine - SA PROMO
Mouth watering Koeksister Recipe This recipe is from Bets Miedema who lived in Klipriver and was a master baker, helped out many charities for raising funds and specially baked for her grandchildren, who loved "Beppe's" (Ouma in Dutch) koeksisters.
Traditional Koeksisters - Immaculate Bites
Traditional Koeksisters – A traditional South African sticky donut treat that’s deliciously sweet, sticky, crunchy and drenched in syrup, laced with cinnamon, lemon and ginger. Absolutely perfect for snack or tea time and even breakfast. We all a vice right? And fried foods are mine- especially when they are a sweet treat…. Not a weekend ... View More
How to Make Koeksisters-Fried South African Mini Doughnuts
These South African mini-donuts are braided and then deep-fried. Next they are traditionally soaked in an ice-cold syrup infused with ginger and lemon. I've added some rooibos, peppermint and juniper for an herbal twist. You can also skip the soaking and just toss them in cinnamon sugar for a more familiar treat.
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.
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…
Koeksisters - Immaculate Bites
Koeksisters – very addictive cake-like bite-sized doughnuts with a spicy cinnamon sugar , a much less traditional compared to the braided koeksisters. Perfect as snacks and even for breakfast! In the category of African fried dough- puff puff, African doughnuts, Nigerian buns, mandazi, -these bad boys right here, known as koeksisters get my vote for the ... View More