SA Recipes

Collection by Suzette Redelinghuys • Last updated 5 weeks ago


South Africa: Pampoenkoekies

Pampoenkoekies are traditional South African pumpkin fritters that are eaten either sweet with caramel or cinnamon sugar, or savory as an appetizer.

Traditional Koeksisters - Immaculate Bites

Traditional Koeksisters – A traditional South African sticky donut treat that’s deliciously sweet, sticky, crunchy and drenched in syrup, laced with cinnamon, lemon and ginger. Absolutely perfect for snack or tea time and even breakfast. We all a vice right? And fried foods are mine- especially when they are a sweet treat…. Not a weekend ... View More

Pancakes (African Style) - Immaculate Bites

African Pancakes — a comforting, rich, tender and tasty pancakes that are a cross between crepe and American pancakes. A great make ahead breakfast topped with either butter, syrup or cinnamon sugar! Not a Week goes by, in my household ,without making these tender pancakes – they are my son’s favorite breakfast. Who am I kidding, ... View More

The Best Koeksister Recipe in South Africa

Looking for the perfect koeksister recipe? This one is from Ladismith's koeksister champion - they're crunchy on the outside and syrupy soft on the inside!

"Chokito" Chocolate Caramel Slice

31 reviews
20 minutes

This “Chokito” Chocolate Caramel Slice is my take on that famous Australian treat, the Chokito chocolate bar. Easy caramel fudge sandwiched between two layers of chocolate and rice krispies.Make sure to allow for setting time before serving

Pampoenpoffertjies met karamelstroop

Dié poffertjies is die gewone pampoenkoekie se wulpse niggie. Goudbruin, soet en stroperig. Groente was nog nooit so lekker nie!

Resep: Pampoenkoekies | Maroela Media

Die maklikste resep vir die heerlikste pampoenkoekies - 'n groot gunsteling!

Bobotie to malva pudding: 20 of the best South African recipes - Getaway Magazine

Bobotie to malva pudding: 20 of the best South African recipes - Getaway Magazine

Malva pudding, chicken pie, lamb shanks, bobotie and oxtail potjie: what's not to love about South African dishes?