I've made this cake twice now and people just love it! It doesn't contain flour (gluten free) and literally tastes like Lemon Meringue Pie in a Cake! I served it with coconut whip cream and fresh blueberries! YUM!

Gluten-free Lemon Cake: I've made this cake twice now and people just love it! It doesn't contain flour (gluten free) and literally taste like Lemon Meringue pie in a cake! I served it with coconut whip cream and fresh blueberries!

Buttermilk rusks are always a winner, especially when dunked in tea or coffee! While South Africans around the world yearn for and enjoy the well known Ouma Rusks,there’s something a bit special about home made rusks. For those not in the know, rusks are kind of like biscotti, and a much loved South African treat. Thanks to... Read More »

1 kg bruismeel 5 ml bakpoeier 5 ml sout ml anyssaad (opsioneel) 200 g ml) suiker (of tot 300 g vir diegene wat beskuit nogal s…

South African Monkey Gland Sauce - South Africa’s favourite BBQ sauce—no monkeys were used in the making of this sauce.

South African Monkey Gland Sauce

South African Monkey Gland Sauce - South Africa’s favourite BBQ sauce—no monkeys were used in the making of this sauce. -ADD LESS SUGAR!

South African Recipes | DROËWORS / DRYWORS

Droëwors is a South African snack food, based on the traditional, coriander-seed spiced boerewors sausage.

South African Recipes | DROËWORS / DRYWORS

Droëwors is a South African snack food, based on the traditional, coriander-seed spiced boerewors sausage.

South African Yellow Rice with raisins is made by adding turmeric to the cooking water, along with raisins. In Afrikaans it's called 'Begrafnisrys' which means 'funeral rice'. It refers to the fact that people would usually have to travel a long way for funerals in times when ox-wagons were the most common type of transport, so everything would be done to make the simple ingredients farmers had on hand more 'special'.

South Africa's Yellow Rice | Geelrys

South African Yellow Rice with raisins is made by adding turmeric to the cooking water, along with raisins. In Afrikaans it's called 'Begrafnisrys' which means 'funeral rice'.

Pinterest
Search