Traditional Cape Malay Koeksisters (also pronounced Koesisters) is a deliciously sticky, sweet syrupy treat. A South-African delicacy you should not miss!!
There is nothing better than Buttermilk Biscotti Rusks to dunk in your coffee at breakfast in the morning. What is a Rusk? A rusk is a hard, dry biscuit or a twice-baked bread. It is sometimes used as a teether for babies. In some cultures, rusk is made of cake, rather than bread: this is … Read more
You need to try these South African Buttermilk Yeast Rusks recipe What is Rusks? A rusk is a hard, dry biscuit or a twice-baked bread. It is sometimes used as a teether for babies. In some cultures, rusk is made of cake, rather than bread: this is sometimes referred to as cake rusk. In the UK, the name also refers to a wheat-based food additive. More … Read more
Have you made Sour Milk Koeksisters before? I have assisted with baking regular koeksisters back in South Africa for big events, then we made up to 144 dozen or sometimes more. We worked in teams as it took us two days from starting, preparing the dough, and syrup and setting up. The second day we worked in sets of two to four people that manned a station. We had lots of fun and enjoyed it tremendously, but thinking of doing this again, I must admit that it’s extremely hard work but as we did it for charity or Church fundraising, it’s a labor of love.
Sour Milk Koeksisters, a typical South African sticky sweet delicacy.
South African Smoked Snoek Pâté is a simple classic and so delicious treat.
In anticipation of having guests over for a braai (BBQ) or light and lunch this weekend, then you need to make this starter as it will go down extremely well when served with a selection of crackers, cheese, pickles, and fresh fruit.