South African Roly-Poly Baked Dessert (around the world party)

South African Roly-Poly Baked Dessert

South African Roly-Poly Baked Dessert is a traditional favorite. It is often served with ice cream or custard

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…

Traditional South Africa Malva pudding

No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Pie. This pie is incredibly delicious, so light and fluffy. The perfect summertime dessert!

No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Pie

Pinner wrote: No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Pie. This pie is incredibly delicious so light and fluffy. The perfect summertime dessert!

Lemon self-saucing pudding, also known as lemon surprise pudding, is easy to whip up and can be ready in an hour. Make one simple mixture and as it cooks it separates into a light sponge on top and zesty lemon curd beneath.

Lemon self-saucing pudding (Lemon surprise pudding)

Sago poeding   •1 litre milk  •1 cinnamon quill  •Optional: cardamom pod  •90 gram (1/2 cup) sago  •70 gram (1/4 cup) sugar  •60 gram butter  •1/4 teaspoon (1 ml) salt  •4 eggs yolks  •¼ teaspoon (1 ml) grated nutmeg  •1 teaspoon vanilla     For meringue topping:   •¼ cup apricot jam (we use Craig's Reduced Sugar Apricot jam with great   success)  •4 egg whites  •2 tablespoons sugar (Castor sugar is even better)  •¼ teaspoon (1 ml) cream of tartar

Sago poeding •1 litre milk •1 cinnamon quill •Optional: cardamom pod •90 gram (1/2 cup) sago •70 gram (1/4 cup) sugar •60 gram butter •1/4 teaspoon (1 ml) salt •4 eggs yolks •¼ teaspoon (1 ml) grated nutmeg •1 teaspoon vanilla For meringue topping: •¼ cup apricot jam (we use Craig's Reduced Sugar Apricot jam with great success) •4 egg whites •2 tablespoons sugar (Castor sugar is even better) •¼ teaspoon (1 ml) cream of tartar

“This tart is a favourite in our family,” says Ula Rabie of Worcester. “Whether I make it...

“This tart is a favourite in our family,” says Ula Rabie of Worcester. “Whether I make it with double or triple layers, within two days not a morsel is left.


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