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My big, fat South African potato bake - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
This creamy, cheesy potato mushroom bake is always a favourite at South African braais/barbecues. Easy to make and delicious to eat, it's a real crowd-pleaser!
South African Orange Chicken
Ingredients: Servings: 4-6 3 lbs chicken pieces 1 cup freshly squeezed orange juice 2 tablespoons orange zest (grated or julienned (try to avoid the white pith) 1/3 cup honey 2 tablespoons mustard,
Malva Pudding - Savory&SweetFood
Malva Pudding is a classic South African dessert which has a spongy caramelized texture which is doused in a buttery cream sauce. This pudding is traditionally served with custard or ice cream.
Frikkadel are a lightly spiced South African meatball that are often served with a sweet and herby tomato sauce, making a wonderfully comforting dinner that pairs perfectly with a South African Cabernet Sauvignon. | www.CuriousCuisiniere.com
10 South African Beverage Favorites That Aren't All Alcoholic
These South African beverage favorites aren’t all alcoholic but it doesn’t matter -- they’ll intoxicate you with their flavors, aromas and colors.
I know that quite a lot of people like Ouma's Rusks. I personally don't at all! This recipe my mom got from her gran. Once again, it's the best I've ever tasted - to the point where I don't eat rusks at all unless it's my moms. It is hard work so be warned but it's so worth it! Be careful of those extra kg's though, it's that good! 2.5kg self rising flour 12ml salt 10ml baking powder 3 eggs 500ml sugar 500ml oil or margarine 1.5L buttermilk Sift the flour. Add the salt and baking powder In a…
a classic buttermilk rusk recipe
I needed a classic buttermilk rusk recipe to make rusks for my TV shoot last week, and where better to turn for this than my much revered and sought after: ‘The Snowflake Book of Ba…