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So easy in the bread machine (okay, so the Voortrekker Tannies are turning in their graves! but the simpleness of this really made it worth it!) Delicious, minimal effort, no problems with the ingredients or otherwise - these would give my dad's a run for his money. And what a taste of home! Just awsome. Thank you!

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Luschka September 04, 2009

This was a super easy recipe using the bread machine, and what a treat! The interior texture was very much like an English muffin, while the flavor and the fried exterior resembled an unsweetened doughnut. They were great with butter and jam, but my DH discovered they make a great savory sandwich when combined with North African Carthagenian Flank Steak and Braised Cabbage/Tanzanian and a little bit of horseradish. Thanks for sharing this one, Ant! Made and enjoyed for the February 2012 African Recipe Tag game. :)

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**Tinkerbell** February 24, 2012

Our congregation had an African themed fellowship dinner and I brought these rolls as my contribution. To quote one of the happy diners, "Glori-B, you should have made a hundred of these!" They were super simple to make in the bread machine and easy enough to fry up. I made these exactly as written, using coconut oil to fry. Thank you Ant for posting. I'll be making these frequently, I'm sure!

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Glori-B April 17, 2010

Thank you very much for this wonderful recipe. My husband is from Cape Town SA and misses the tastes of his home land. I thank you very much, for bring a little bit of home to him with this recipe. He say's they taste like being home. Thank you from the bottom of hearts. M

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mewest1 April 27, 2008
South African "vetkoek" (Bread Machine Recipe)