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    This is an excellent side to many Indian dishes but this is the best served with dhal curry. Try it with my meat dhal curry.

    Recipe #194302

    This is my Aunt Sakina's recipe. It is an excellent banana snack cake which uses semolina instead of flour but you wont even know the difference it is so light and fluffy and jam packed with banana and flavour. Do give it a try you wont be disappointed! It makes a huge 9x13-inch pan cake and can be halved successfully. It does not require icing. Lovely for tea-time.

    Recipe #194258

    Milktart is a very famous and well liked dessert here in South Africa. Both the Cape Malay and Afrikaner people have versions of it. After much trying and testing and many flops I find that I get success with this recipe. Milktart is tricky in the sense that when you pour the filling on the uncooked pastry you must do it carefully or most preferably spoon it as if any filling makes a tiny hole in pastry the filling will leak in the baking process and you will have a doughy tart as the crust will rise to the top. This is a Cape Malay version. Serve this with tea for a yummy treat. This makes a large 13x9 inch pie.

    Recipe #194236

    Since one of the themes on Zaar this month is comfort food I thought I would submit this. This is my ultimate comfort food. This is a dhal curry which is made with meat. Serve with rice, salads, sambals, Indian pickes and crispy spicy fried potatoes. Mmmmmhhh. NOTE: It can be made with red meat or chicken, if using chicken please remove the skin. Use the oil dhal type that you will find in most Indian spice shop preferably. If you cannot find it then use gram(chana) dhal or red lentils. But will not be the same as when using oil dhal. The second list of ingredients are the tempering spices used.

    Recipe #194235

    A popular Cape Malay dish especially in winter. Serve with white rice.

    Recipe #194234

    This is a lovely spicy chicken dish which is nice enough to serve to guests it is also quick and easy. It has the unique addition of sesame seeds. Serve with homemade fries and a salad.

    Recipe #193492

    This is a delicious blend of nuts seeds and cereals. This cereal is an ideal breakfast and a soul satisfying snack. This recipe was adapted from the original version by John Jacksaon of Royal Malewane luxury safari lodge They would serve it after the early morning game drive. Makes 1kg

    Recipe #193490

    In the Cape Maly Cookbook by Faldelah Williams she says that Bredies is an old Cape name for a dish of meat and vegetables stewed together so that the flavours intermingle and it is impossible to separate the one from the other. The unique flavour of the bredie is determined by the vegetable used. Although almost any vegetable can be used the meat is almost always lamb or mutton. Mutton is ideal for bredies as the long slow simmering tenderizes it and brings out the full flavour. Recipes for bredies have been handed down through many generations and they changed very little in character over the years. The flavour is delicious that there is no need for additional herbs and spices.

    Recipe #193487

    I love to make desserts with fruit. This recipe won first prize in a competition sponsored by Nestle and a local radio station. Perfect for a summer evening.Save 6 apricots halves for decoration. Ladyfingers are what we call boudoir biscuits in South Africa.

    Recipe #189882

    This is a very simple recipe but my ultimate comfort food and one of my favourite breakfasts. My mum use to make this and her mum before that.

    Recipe #189136

    This is a spicy syrup donut that has it's origins in the malay community in cape town, South Africa. Every family has its own version and sunday mornings aint sunday mornings if there are not warm koeksusters with coffee on the table.

    Recipe #189092

    this is apparently the next big thing in the sweet world. it tastes good too. These make wonderful gifts or the perfect ending to a sushi themed party. It makes 3 rolls

    Recipe #188590

    Prawns grilled in buttery chili sauce. This is divine. Do try and marinate for several hours it really brings out the flavour although I have made it immediately it is still delicious. Originally taken out of the Indian delights. Because of its high butter content we always have it on special occasions.

    Recipe #187913

    This is one of my favourite cakes--one my mom would often makes. Bee sting cakes are popular in South Africa. Its a sponge cake which has a custard filling. Also this one is special because it has a almond topping as well. This cake takes some time but is well worth the effort.

    Recipe #187679


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