South African Recipes

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Resep: Konfytblokkies | Maroela Media

Heerlike konfytblokkies vir teetyd.

Scones (serves 4-6)  Ingredients:  2 cups sifted flour  1/2 tsp salt  4 tsp baking powder  2 tbsp margarine  3/4 cup milk  Method:  Mix the dry ingredients together.  Add the wet ingredients.  Put dough onto a lightly floured surface ...

Easy Scones Recipe with jam and cream for perfect tea time

Scones with freshly whipped cream and a great cup of tea - could life get any better?

Jan Ellis Pudding

Jan Ellis pudding - a classic South African dessert - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography

Jan Ellis pudding is a South African dessert named after a much-loved rugby player Jan Ellis. The recipe is easy to make, and drenched in delicious syrup

Custard biscuits #recipe

Custard Biscuits - General Recipe from I Love Baking SA

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Uit die Huisgenoot kombuis: Konfyttertjies


Dis makliker as wat jy dink om hierdie tertjies te maak.

Outydse Soetkoekies

Outydse Soetkoekies

This site contains a recipe for Outydse Soetkoekies a truely South African style baked good.

watermelon rind jam

Slatko Watermelon Rind Jam

You then leave the rind and skin for a few hours and then you boil it down with vanilla, cinnamon, lemon and cloves or whatever flavours you like. The pieces turn into sticky, translucent golden cubes bathed in a lovely honeyed liquid. The key to a good slatko is to have the pieces with some texture so that it isn't mushy. I made mine less sweet than usual halving the sugar quantity (it is usually one part sugar to one part fruit).

Gebakte jogurt-en-kondensmelkpoeding

Gebakte jogurt-en-kondensmelkpoeding

Maak dit sommer in een groot bak en sit warm voor op koue dae

Creamy Salmon Pie  Recipes - I Love Cooking, How to cook South African recipes

Creamy Salmon Pie A feast for the senses!

Delicate, creamy fish pie to nourish body and soul, summer or winter. In summer, serve with a leafy avocado salad and in winter, add some buttery baby peas and crisp, oven-baked potato wegdes dredged with lemon-infused olive oil to which you've added finely chopped rosemary. Life can be a feast, regardless of the weather!

oxtail with tomato and thyme Ina Paarman


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South African Recipe: Bobotie

South African Recipe: Bobotie

One of my favorite things about traveling is trying new foods. Bobotie is a recipe I have every time I travel to South Africa. I just love it! Bobotie has a slightly sweet taste with a light curry flavor and an egg topping. In 1954, Bobotie was declared the National Dish of South Africa by the United Nations Women's Organization. Everywhere I travel, I try to purchase a cookbook with the local recipes in them. Then I can relive the trip through the smells and tastes of their dishes. The…

Spicing up the traditional hot cross bun.   David Keir, Fedics Executive Chef - Southern Africa’s leading outsourced catering company celebrating over 40 years of service - knows how to spice up a regular bun and turn it into a scrumptious meal …. Hot cross bread and butter pudding!

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Curried Samp and Beans: It may take a little time to prepare but this hearty South African dish is well worth the effort! #samp

Curried Samp and Beans: It may take a little time to prepare but this hearty South African dish is well worth the effort! #samp

Vlakoekies (Custard Cookies

Braaibroodjie Recipes - South African Magazine - SA PROMO

Life is too short not to try making BRAAIBROODJES. You can make this in the winter on a hotplate in the comfort of your home. Do not butter on the outside when making it on the braai as the bread must be crisp. When making it on the hotplate its a different story, YUM. YUM!