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Koeksisters Recipe - a Traditional South African Donut • Lovely Greens

Crisp on the outside and soaked in sweet, spiced syrup Last week a South African friend shared the below recipe on Facebook and seeing as I was going to a Braai (BBQ) at her house, I decided I would try my hand at making some as a special surprise. I’ve never made Koeksisters before but ... Read More about Koeksisters Recipe – a Traditional South African Donut

These South African Doughnuts are too die for. Fluffy, Spicy, Sweet and they melt in mouth. Easy to make with step-by step pictorial. Please note these are NOT Koeksisters. Just Desserts, Delicious Desserts, Dessert Recipes, Yummy Food, Brunch Recipes, Donut Recipes, Cooking Recipes, South African Recipes, Africa Recipes
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Koeksisters - Immaculate Bites

Koeksisters – very addictive cake-like bite-sized doughnuts with a spicy cinnamon sugar , a much less traditional compared to the braided koeksisters. Perfect as snacks and even for breakfast! In the category of African fried dough- puff puff, African doughnuts, Nigerian buns, mandazi, -these bad boys right here, known as koeksisters get my vote for the ... View More

This recipe for Koeksisters (cake sisters), or South African donuts, calls for soaking the cakes in a lemony ginger syrup. South African Dishes, South African Recipes, Africa Recipes, South African Fudge Recipe, Ethnic Recipes, Koeksisters Recipe, Basson, Good Food, Yummy Food
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South African Koeksisters

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

Cynthia's Koeksisters - The Best South African Koeksister Recipe - From Ladismith in the Klein Karoo South African Desserts, South African Dishes, South African Recipes, Africa Recipes, Koeksisters Recipe, Kos, Donuts, Sweet Recipes, Food To Make
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Rooibos koeksisters

A crispy twist of syrupy sweetness.

NOT DIABETIC FRIENDLY!! ~ Far too syrupy sweet for me, but my hubby and son's love them ~ South African Recipes  KOEKSISTERS (Wenresepte 3, pg 197) My Recipes, Sweet Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Favorite Recipes, South African Dishes, South African Recipes, Tasty, Yummy Food, Sweet Pastries
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NOT DIABETIC FRIENDLY!! ~ Far too syrupy sweet for me, but my hubby and son's love them ~ South African Recipes KOEKSISTERS (Wenresepte 3, pg 197)

Twists of deep fried dough dipped in chilled lemony-ginger syrup. A popular South African tea time treat called Koeksisters (pronounced cook-sees-ters) Different Types Of Tea, Ginger Syrup, Yummy Treats, Tea Time, Good Food, Yummy Food, South Africa, Sweet Tooth, Spicy
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Twists of deep fried dough dipped in chilled lemony-ginger syrup. A popular South African tea time treat called Koeksisters (pronounced cook-sees-ters)

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Traditional Cape Malay Koesisters

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World on a Plate: South Africa recipe, NZ Herald – The koeksister (pronounced cook-sister) is a syrup-coated doughnut originating from Cape Malay and is usually braided or twisted into a plait. "It takes a long time to prepare but it's worth the wait," says Susan Ferreira, who demonstrated this South African delicacy at Auckland Museum's Kai to Pie Exhibition. Susan Ferreira's Koeksister Recipe – foodhub.co.nz