My big, fat South African potato bake - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
This is a classic favourite at all South African braais: a potato bake with cream, cheese, mushrooms and the all-important packet of brown onion soup!
I love this warm baked saucy pudding; it is a traditional South African dessert. This recipe for Malva Pudding is baked in a sweet, sticky caramel sauce.
Bunny Chow - deliciously tasty South African Street food with made with aromatic spices, meat, chickpeas and potatoes served in hollow bread. A one-of-a-kind sandwich!With winter in full swing, you can’t have enough comforting meals
Milk tart Springrolls - Magic happens when two cuisines meet!
Milk tart, a classic South African dish and these spring rolls filled with milk tart is a shortcut to the crunchy,creamy taste.Hints of cinnamon, a winner!
Jaffels - aninas recipes
If you grew up in the 80’s and 90’s, your mum, aunt or gran probably had one of these babies. A jaffel pan.From as far back as I can remember of my early childhood, memories of these handy bread toasters linger in my mind. Reels of images from every church bazaar and fete since I was three, showcasing what seems to have been every woman in church baking pancakes, selling trifles and making Jaffels.It seems to be a good old South African treat, and by combining your favorite filling…
South African Crunchies Recipe - Food.com
This is a popular after school or lunch bag treat for all South African kids. Most South African baking is done using self-rising flour - and I highly recommend using it! The kind we get here in Canada is Brodie's.
My brother's mom-in-law introduced me to these ever so moreish, melt in the mouth treats. They are seriously addictive and I truly have to limit myself to just a couple at a time. They also make a great gift idea for your Christmas hampers. Date Balls Ingredients 250g butter 2 cups sugar 500g pkt…
Squishy Marshmallow Fridge Tart
Travel back in time with this vintage easy-make fridge tart. Perfect for after summer lunches or as a picnic treat. The 70s never tasted so sweet.