Pinterest
Malva Pudding, South African Baked Dessert. Photo by SnufkinFin http://www.food.com/recipe/malva-pudding-south-african-baked-dessert-118545

Malva Pudding, South African Baked Dessert

Another firm favourite in my household: Malva Pudding, South African Baked Dessert. Photo by SnufkinFin

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 Bunny Chow – vegetarian version with Chickpeas

South African Bunny Chow – vegetarian version with Chickpeas. A friend of mine and my husband introduced me to this. He's had it when he's been in South Africa.

Bunny Chow- curry in a half loaf white bread. A Durban city speciality. I love this combination of shrimp and chicken with a very spicy curry, but you can make bunny chow with any curry recipe you wish.

made world famous in Durban South Africa". This humble yet delicious street delight known as "Bunny Chow". This is not an ordinary meal that you

Traditional South African bobotie recipe - Getaway Magazine I made this for Hendric tonight, he hated it soooo much he had to have two helpings LOL

Traditional South African bobotie recipe

Absolutely delicious and a cold weather staple - South African traditional bobotie (do in flat bottom potjie or individual 'mini' tins)

Easy South African Koeksister Recipe!

Easy Koeksister Recipe made with bread

recipes south africa, south african dessert recipes, recipe for koeksisters, traditional south african recipes

krummelpap: Krummelpap, a variation of mieliepap, is an old-time South African favorite.  This krummelpap recipe was sent to us by John Herber. He was taught this method as a kid by Johanna Sithole, a Zulu lady whom he holds in very high esteem.

krummelpap: Krummelpap, a variation of mieliepap, is an old-time South African favorite. This krummelpap recipe was sent to us by John Herber. He was taught this method as a kid by Johanna Sithole, a Zulu lady whom he holds in very high esteem.


More ideas