South African Recipes VETKOEK & CURRY MINCE (the coo coo cook)

Caught the taste of cinnamon sugar, a dusting of the aroma of nutmeg and butter, cookies in the oven, just what you cookin’?

My gran’s pumpkin fritters | Pampoen koekies by Alida Ryder - Simply Delicious #Dessert #Doughnuts #Vegetarian

My gran's pumpkin fritters | Pampoen koekies

VETKOEK 4 Koppies Koekmeel 1 Pakkie Yeast 1 Teelpl Suiker 1/2 Teelpl Sout 2 1/2 Koppies lou kookmelk & water Olie

VETKOEK 4 x 250 ml koekmeel 7 ml kitsgis 5 ml suiker 3 ml sout 600 ml lou water olie vir smeer en diep- of vlakbraai


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Easy Sweetcorn Fritters Recipe | Traditional South African Dish | Just Easy Recipes

Sweetcorn Fritters

South-Africa - Sweetcorn Fritters - Sweetcorn fritters are delicious as a side dish or a snack, and a firm favourite among both kids and adults

KOM ONS BAK – die lekkerste karringmelkbeskuit ooit !! 1 kg bruismeel 5 ml bakpoeier 5 ml sout 5–10 ml anyssaad (opsioneel) 200 g (250 ml) suiker (of tot 300 g vir diegene wat beskuit nogal s…

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.

“Melkkos” in the Microwave 1 litre milk 180 ml cake flour ... 2 ml salt 15 ml butter of margarine cinnamon sugar Microwave milk ...

BESTANDDELE: * Blik Kondensmelk * 2 koppies water * 1 liter melk * 1 koppie koekmeel * botter * bietjie sout METODE: Meng die kondensmelk, water en melk saam in 'n kastrol

Apricot Handtertjies from South Africa - Recipe Detail -

Apricot Handtertjies from South Africa

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Bran Buttermilk rusks - A South African treat

12 MAY 2013 Today was Mother’s Day in South Africa. Some of my happiest moments were the times spent with my mother in the early morning, sitting and talking about the day ahead while sipping strong coffee and nibbling on bran and buttermilk rusks.