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

Pancakes (crêpes) with cinnamon sugar.  A South-African favourite. #recipe #food

Pancakes (Crepes) with Cinnamon Sugar

This traditional South African stew of oxtails and red wine is cooked outdoors in a cast-iron pot over coals - perfect campfire food

Oxtail and red wine potjie

Love this! Peppermint Crisp Tart, South African Dessert -  Cream, caramel, mint chocolate

Love this! Peppermint Crisp Tart, South African Dessert - Cream, caramel, mint chocolate

South African Monkey Gland Sauce - South Africa’s favourite BBQ sauce—no monkeys were used in the making of this sauce.

South African Monkey Gland Sauce

South African Monkey Gland Sauce - South Africa’s favourite BBQ sauce—no monkeys were used in the making of this sauce.

South African Cape Brandy Pudding/Tipsy Tart (I like the sound of that!) cook sister.com

Cape brandy pudding (tipsy tart)

South African Cape Brandy Pudding/Tipsy Tart (I like the sound of that!) cook sister.com

Sprinbokkies are a traditional drink made of layered peppermint liqueur and creamy Amarula.

Sprinbokkies are a traditional drink made of layered peppermint liqueur and creamy Amarula.

Today South Africa is characterised by the kaleidoscope of cultures, traditions and religions that brought about the term Rainbow Nation.  Without doubt a great way to experience the diversity of cultures is through the local food, often referred to as the Rainbow Cuisine.  For the daring diner, South Africa offers culinary adventures ranging from crocodile and mopane worms to Ostrich eggs.

Today South Africa is characterised by the kaleidoscope of cultures, traditions and religions that brought about the term Rainbow Nation. Without doubt a great way to experience the diversity of cultures is through the local food, often referred to as the Rainbow Cuisine. For the daring diner, South Africa offers culinary adventures ranging from crocodile and mopane worms to Ostrich eggs.

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