Roosterkoek - a South African braai essential - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
Roosterkoek are South African yeast dough rolls that are baked over the coals of a barbecue - eaten hot off the grill with plenty og butter they make a delicious addition to any summer braai (barbecue).
When Gardening Makes You Hungry :: British Comfort Food
Did you know that pulling up a garden full of plants can make a girl hungry? And when it does, there's nothing like some good old-fashioned comfort food to put a smile on your face and an extra fat roll on your bum. I've been craving real English Sausage Rolls and decided to whip up a batch last night. I'm so glad I did. They're so close to the "real" thing that they're a perfect stand in when I want the taste of home. You can use fresh sage from your garden in the recipe if you want 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…
Apricot Handtertjies from South Africa on BakeSpace.com
This recipe must be more than 100 years old and is traditionally South African. When I was a kid my grandmother made these when we came to visit as she knew how much we loved them. The pastry is simple yet light as a feather. These half moon tartlets just mealt in your mouth with a burst of slightly sour apricot jam [jelly] in the centre.