Samoosa Pur (Pastry) Recipe | Ingredients 3 cups of flour Cold water Pinch of salt 1 teaspoon of lemon juice 12 teaspoons of ghee (clarified butter) *

South African Indian Samoosa - chicken, lamb or mutton mince are more popular meat fillings for samoosas in South Africa. Pork, beef or soya mince can be substituted for the mince. The filling recipe is different for potato samoosas.

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

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

This is a popular after school or lunch bag treat for all South African kids. Most South African baking is done using self-rising flour - and I highly recommend using it! The kind we get here in Canada is Brodies.

South African Crunchies

This is a popular after school or lunch bag treat for all South African kids. Most South African baking is done using self-rising flour - and I highly recommend using it! The kind we get here in Canada is Brodies.

Pot bread with a sweet twist. Brown sugar and cream turn the traditional braai classic into a sticky treat your kids will devour.

Winkeldeeg, botter, room en suiker is al wat hy vra. Dis 'n volksbesit potprood resep waaroor almal dol is.

Oxtail potjie

Namibian Potjiekos Recipe: A potjie is fantastic for any safari you go on, it is a very social occasion with everyone helping out with the preparation of the meat and vegetables and then sitting around the fire as it bubbles away. This is a great recipe f

Easy South African koeksister recipe made with bread, called Breadsisters. | Recipe by FlavoursandFrosting.com

Easy Koeksister Recipe made with bread

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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. It’s not always easy living more than 8 000 kilometres

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. It’s not always easy living more than 8 000 kilometres

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