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.
Puto made of rice flour and coconut milk are soft, fluffy, and tasty! These Filipino steamed rice cakes are delicious on their own or paired with savory dishes such as pancit and dinuguan.
Sweet pot bread, a South African braai classic – Melkkos & Merlot
Pot bread with a sweet twist. Brown sugar and cream turn the traditional braai classic into a sticky treat your kids will devour.
Buttermilk rusks are always a winner, especially when dunked in tea or coffee! While South Africans around the world yearn for and enjoy the well known Ouma Rusks,there’s something a bit special about home made rusks. For those not in the know, rusks are kind of like biscotti, and a much loved South African treat. Thanks to... Read More »
Anny’s Sosaties (Kebabs)
One traditional meat dish for a barbeque (what we call a braai) is a curried kebab made with cubes of lamb and pork with onions, sweet peppers and dried peaches or apricots. It is an easy dish but requires at least 24 hours to marinate and generate the glorious tastes! The longer you wait before cooking, the better! It can also be made with filleted chicken breasts.
Crunchies How Mom Used To Make Them
Huletts homemade Crunchie’s Recipe is a tasty, unforgettable treat for when you are on the go or enjoying some time out with a cup of tea. Try it for yourself.
Ina Paarman | Shin and Oxtail Beef Potjie
A recipe for all our traditional South African lovers of camp fire cooking. The combination of shin and oxtail delivers very good flavour and makes the dish more affordable. Prepare it in two phases – phase one, tenderise the meat and phase two, add flavour.