Bobotie is gently-spiced ground meat full of raisins which is then oven-baked with a layer of savory egg custard on top to form a crust and keep the meat moist. Tradionally it is served with Yellow Rice (South Africa)
South African Melktert (Milktart) This is a wonderfully thick and flavourful milk custard set in a crust. A traditional tart which is loved by young and old alike. Children especially love the filling as a dessert.
Buttermilk Biscotti/Rusks — Delicious when dunked in coffee, tea or hot chocolate! While South Africans around the world yearn for and enjoy the well known Ouma Rusks, there’s something a bit special about homemade rusks.
Lemon Meringue Pie -- This is a classic South African favourite and differs from its North American counterpart because the filling calls for egg yolks, lemon juice and condensed milk; where theirs is what we would call “lemon curd”.
Sticky Toffee Pudding with Dates and Candied GingerEight servings
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 frugalliving.