South African Malva Pudding Mini Cakes with Cream Sauce | All that's Jas
Irresistible as mini cakes, this sticky and spongy classic South African malva pudding dessert will have everyone begging for seconds.
South African Koeksisters Recipe
A sweet South African heritage delicacy - crisp pastry plaits are fried and dipped in an aromatic syrup! Pastries similar to these originated centuries ago in Batavia in the East and the recipe brought to South Africa by the Malayan settlers together with many other. The syrup needs to be made in advance and chilled overnight. Submersing the hot fried koeksisters in ice cold syrup ensures optimal absorption. A fresh koeksister, still slightly warm and dripping of syrup is an unforgettable…
Curried Mince Vetkoek
Vetkoek & Mince Recipe. Nothing beats the comfort of home-made South African vetkoek. And on the off-chance you any have left-overs, serve with Apricot Jam for a sweet delicious treat.
Cape Malay Mince Curry
A quick and easy to make, Cape Malay Mince Curry is one of the most commonly eaten curries in South Africa. Typically eaten with rice, mince curry is also often used as a filling in rotis and vetko…
8 Foods to Try in South Africa
Read about the ingredients and origins of eight iconic South African dishes, including potjiekos, umngqusho, bobotie, and bunny chows.
Jaffels - aninas recipes
If you grew up in the 80’s and 90’s, your mum, aunt or gran probably had one of these babies. A jaffel pan.From as far back as I can remember of my early childhood, memories of these handy bread toasters linger in my mind. Reels of images from every church bazaar and fete since I was three, showcasing what seems to have been every woman in church baking pancakes, selling trifles and making Jaffels.It seems to be a good old South African treat, and by combining your favorite filling…
Milk tart, Cape Malay style
After a whole lot of coaxing from the kids & my taste buds, I finally managed to make some milk tart after a long while. I just love the homemade variety, the commercial one contains too much cornflour & doesn't taste as good. Secondly, you can have yours as soon as it comes out of the oven, instead of a cold commercial one (which can be warmed in the microwave, but humour me, ok.) With winter almost on our doorstep, the hot milk tart will make a good end to your supper too. For the base you…