Crispy Onion Bhajis make the perfect naturally gluten free and vegan snack or starter. Light, crispy, and completely moorish!

These seem to be onion latkes! Crispy Onion Bhajis make the perfect naturally gluten free and vegan snack or starter. Light, crispy, and completely moorish!

Urad dal recipe, a tasty North Indian style dhuli maa ki dhal made with husked split black gram. Recipe of urad dal is easy and best among urad dal recipes.

Urad dal

Urad dal recipe a tasty, high protein, North Indian style split black gram preparation served with rice, roti and parathas.

The best South African koeksisters recipe via The Kate Tin

The best South African koeksisters recipe via The Kate Tin! Had these last night as well and will definitely be making them back home for all of our family and friends!

South African food

This is a great summary of the delicious foods you'll find in South Africa- Cape Town. From our staple dishes to what we love purchasing in stores.

Tomato bredie recipe | South African recipes | Cookbook.co.za

tomato_bredie (We don't eat lamb or mutton but this works just as well with beef - just cook it slowly for longer)

Hertzog Cookies : A traditional South African recipe that is more like jam and coconut tartlets

Hertzog Cookies

Hertzog Cookies : A traditional South African recipe that is more like jam and coconut tartlets.

South African Vetkoek

Mariaan’s “vetkoek”…. for apples and thyme…

Preserving the Season: Figs | The Kitchn

Preserving the Season: Figs

Oh, beautiful figs! How we wish the season would last all year long. Fortunately, figs do make scrumptious jams and other preserved foods. Here are a few ways to capture the season before it ends…

Slaphakskeentjies - Traditional South African (Onion Salad) Recipe

*Slaphakskeentjies - Traditional South African (Onion Salad) Recipe *The Afrikaans name, Slaphakskeentjies, literally means "little limp heels". No-one at all has any idea how it originated!

Baby Fig Spoon Sweet (Sikalaki Gliko): Mama makes her traditional recipes from memory, but when memory needs a little boost, she hauls out her battered old copy of Megali Mageiriki. The classic Greek cookbook, it’s very 1950’s, complete with faded photos of fancy but unappetizing-looking food. Remember those old Betty Crocker cookbooks? It’s like that.   I’ve translated a recipe for candied baby figs  It uses unripe figs.

Preserved Green Figs: Jar of greek fig spoon sweet, sikalaki gliko, but also a South African favorite.

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