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
Crunchies — Traditional South African Oatmeal Cookie Bars
Crunchy, chewy, toasted-oat-and-coconut squares of goodnessMakes about 48 2-inch bars or 56 smaller bars
South African Melktert (Milktart) Recipe - Food.com
This is a wonderfully thick and flavourful milk custard set in a crust. A traditional tart which is loved by young and old alike. Children especially love the filling as a dessert.
Coronado Concert in the Park - Out of South Africa
Our Out of South Africa theme was a nice change of pace this past Sunday. Many of our culinary themes this summer have been tied to the ba...
I am not entirely sure how to describe these little morsels – think doughnut minus the hole and without the sweet topping; yip, that is about right, well sort of. Vetkoek is a proudly South A…
South African Roly-Poly Baked Dessert Recipe - Food.com
Keep this recipe for cold days! Everone loves it, and in South Africa it is a traditional favourite. You must have this at hand, as it is easy and quick and a delight, served as is or with ice cream or custard. Please note that I did two step-by-step photographs, which you'll find if you click on photos. One shows how to roll up the dough, and the 2nd what the pudding and sauce look like before going into the oven.
Malva Pudding - Savory&SweetFood
Malva Pudding is a classic South African dessert which has a spongy caramelized texture which is doused in a buttery cream sauce. This pudding is traditionally served with custard or ice cream.
Traditional South Africa Malva pudding
One dessert that follows me wherever I go, similar to how I get haunted by red velvet cake, is this one here. Cape Dutch in origin and one of the few Afrikaner foods that wasn’t taken from Ca…