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
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
KITS-VETKOEK Meng 2 kop Bruismeel en 1 t sout met 300 ml louwarm melk tot sagte deeg wat van lepel val. Verhit plat pan met vlak olie tot medium warm. Skep lepels vol in olie en bak op medium hitte tot goudbruin alkant en gaar. Dreineer olie op kombuispapier. **Bedien dadelik warm met stroop.♫ Indien jy nie bruismeel het nie – 2 kop meel en 15ml bakpoeier gemeng.
The Best Koeksister recipe & my adventures in the Klein Karoo
It was only about 3 hours into the drive along Route 62 when I realised what I was actually doing; I was travelling 400km into the middle of the Klein Karoo (aka nowhere) in search of 'The Perfect Koeksister'. Those that know me, expect nothing less, but still, it was quite crazy. Even for me. The beautiful Klein Karoo To catch you up to speed, a koeksister is a plaited, deep-fried doughnut drenched in a seriously sticky syrup. It's a treat as South African as milk tart, biltong and beer…
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Malva pudding – an amazing South African dessert
I have had this craving for a caramelly cake for a long time now. I guess it started about a month ago, and finally today my craving was satisfied. And malva pudding was the answer to my prayers! I…
Bunny Chow - South African street food - My Easy Cooking
Bunny Chow! What more can I teach you about this hot and spicy tummy filler? Jeanne the Cooksister has made it, Juno from Scrumptious South Africa has made cute little bite-size bunny chows so this might be all old news to you, but in case you have missed out on this popular street food, stay […]