Koeksisters, a South African syrupy pastry that looks and sounds very like an Indian sweet my father used to love. #recipe

Mouth watering Koeksister Recipe This recipe is from Bets Miedema who lived in Klipriver and was a master baker, helped out many charities for raising funds and specially baked for her grandchildren, who loved "Beppe's" (Ouma in Dutch) koeksisters.

Traditional South African Koeksisters recipe

This recipe for Koeksisters (cake sisters), or South African donuts, calls for soaking the cakes in a lemony ginger syrup.

Traditional South African Koeksisters recipe

This recipe for Koeksisters (cake sisters), or South African donuts, calls for soaking the cakes in a lemony ginger syrup.

KOEKSISTERS

Learn how to make Koeksisters. This is a traditional south African donut that will blow your mind!

Koeksister Balls | South African Sweets|Snowflake

These sticky, sweet and syrupy balls are little bites of heaven!

Traditional South African Koeksisters recipe

This recipe for Koeksisters (cake sisters), or South African donuts, calls for soaking the cakes in a lemony ginger syrup.

As any South African visitor will have noticed, my blog’s name is somewhat of a pun – if you happen to understand Afrikaans! Back home in SA we have a sweet pastry known as a “koeksister” (literally translated as “cake sizzler” and pronounced “cook-sister”).  The name comes form the Dutch koek (cake) and sissen  (sizzle) [...]

Koeksisters - what's in a name

koeksusters [cook-sisters] - deep fried, syrup-soaked, not-quite-doughnuts, not-quite-fritters.


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