Traditional South African Recipes

Traditional South African Recipes
Traditional South African Recipes
Traditional South African Recipes
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MEALIE-MEAL “PAP” ........................................................................................................................................................5
“SLAP PAP” IN THE MICRO WAVE ........................................................................................................................................5
MEALIE-MEAL “STYWE PAP” ................................................................................................................................................5
SOUP.....................................................................................................................................................................................6
LENTIL SOUP ......................................................................................................................................................................6
MUSSEL SOUP ....................................................................................................................................................................6
MEAT DISHES .....................................................................................................................................................................7
EASY CHICKEN ...................................................................................................................................................................7
BOBOTIE .............................................................................................................................................................................7
BILTONG .............................................................................................................................................................................7
HAM ...................................................................................................................................................................................7
MEATLOAF ..........................................................................................................................................................................8
SOSATIES ...........................................................................................................................................................................8
BOEREWORS ......................................................................................................................................................................9
JEWISH ROAST ...................................................................................................................................................................9
VEGETABLES AND SALADS..........................................................................................................................................11
RICE .................................................................................................................................................................................11
YELLOW RICE ...................................................................................................................................................................11
CRUSHED W HEAT .............................................................................................................................................................11
POTATO CRUMPETS .........................................................................................................................................................11
PUMPKIN CRUMPETS ........................................................................................................................................................11
OVEN BAKED PUMPKIN ......................................................................................................................................................12
GREEN BEANS ..................................................................................................................................................................12
GREEN MEALIES ...............................................................................................................................................................12
FAN POTATOES ................................................................................................................................................................12
CARROT SALAD ................................................................................................................................................................12
CURRIE, ONION AND BANANA SALAD .................................................................................................................................13
CRUSHED W HEAT SALAD .................................................................................................................................................13
SAUCES .............................................................................................................................................................................14
BASIC SAUCE ...................................................................................................................................................................14
TOMATO PUREE ................................................................................................................................................................14
STEAK SAUCE ...................................................................................................................................................................14
MUSTARD SAUCE ..............................................................................................................................................................14
DESSERTS.........................................................................................................................................................................15
POOR MAN’S DESSERT ......................................................................................................................................................15
DATE GINGER DESSERT ...................................................................................................................................................15
VINEGAR DESSERT ...........................................................................................................................................................15
EASY SAGO DESSERT ......................................................................................................................................................16
CONDENSED MILK CUSTARD .............................................................................................................................................16
SOUSKLUITJIES .................................................................................................................................................................16
PICKLES AND CHUTNEY ................................................................................................................................................17
HOT SAUCE ......................................................................................................................................................................17
GREEN TOMATO PICKLES .................................................................................................................................................17
APRICOT CHUTNEY ...........................................................................................................................................................17
CAKES ................................................................................................................................................................................18
CARROT CAKE ..................................................................................................................................................................18
CONDENSED MILK FRUIT CAKE .........................................................................................................................................18
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PRACTICAL FRUIT CAKE ...................................................................................................................................................18
SWIFT CAKE .....................................................................................................................................................................19
OIL CAKE (CHOCOLATE OR WHITE)...................................................................................................................................19
DATE BREAD ....................................................................................................................................................................19
BASIC TART CRUST ..........................................................................................................................................................19
MARIE BISCUIT TART CRUST ............................................................................................................................................20
FLAN.................................................................................................................................................................................20
MILK TART FILLING (USE THE BASIC TART CRUST) .............................................................................................................20
GOOSEBERRY TART:.........................................................................................................................................................21
PINEAPPLE TART ...............................................................................................................................................................21
GRANADILLA TART ............................................................................................................................................................21
APPLE TART ......................................................................................................................................................................21
TIPSY TART .......................................................................................................................................................................22
PEPPERMINT TART ...........................................................................................................................................................22
TAMBOESIE TART ..............................................................................................................................................................22
INSTANT TAMBOESIES .......................................................................................................................................................23
BISCUITS............................................................................................................................................................................24
SUGAR BISCUITS ..............................................................................................................................................................24
INSTANT PUDDING BISCUITS (SUITABLE FOR BISCUIT MAKER )...........................................................................................24
OLD-FASHIONED SOETKOEKIES ........................................................................................................................................24
APRICOT BISCUITS ............................................................................................................................................................24
GINGER BISCUITS .............................................................................................................................................................25
SKURWE JAKKIES .............................................................................................................................................................25
MELTING BISCUITS ............................................................................................................................................................25
ROMANY CREAMS.............................................................................................................................................................25
COFFEE BISCUITS .............................................................................................................................................................25
HERTZOG BISCUITS...........................................................................................................................................................26
OLD FASHIONED J AM TARTS .............................................................................................................................................26
DATE SNACKS ...................................................................................................................................................................27
GINGER ROLLS .................................................................................................................................................................27
DATE BALLS .....................................................................................................................................................................27
KOEKSISTERS (CRULLERS)...............................................................................................................................................28
SNACKS .............................................................................................................................................................................29
SPEKROLLETJIES ..............................................................................................................................................................29
PASTRY DOUGH FOR MEAT PIES .......................................................................................................................................29
CHEESE BISCUITS .............................................................................................................................................................29
JAM .....................................................................................................................................................................................30
TIPS TO MAKE JAM ............................................................................................................................................................30
APRICOT JAM ....................................................................................................................................................................30
COLD DRINKS...................................................................................................................................................................31
GRANADILLA JUICE ...........................................................................................................................................................31
LEMON JUICE ....................................................................................................................................................................31
SWEETS .............................................................................................................................................................................32
GUIDELINES FOR THE PREPARING OF SWEETS ..................................................................................................................32
COCONUT BLOCKS ...........................................................................................................................................................32
COCONUT ICE ...................................................................................................................................................................32
FUDGE ..............................................................................................................................................................................32
PEANUT BISCUITS .............................................................................................................................................................33
MARSHMALLOWS ..............................................................................................................................................................33
SYRUP FOR POPCORN ......................................................................................................................................................33
GENERAL...........................................................................................................................................................................34
HOME MADE CONDENSED MILK ........................................................................................................................................34
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PAN CAKES ......................................................................................................................................................................34
RUSK AND BREAD...........................................................................................................................................................35
GENERAL KINDS OF FERMENT:..........................................................................................................................................35
FAST BREAD (DRY YEAST) ................................................................................................................................................36
OVERNIGHT POTATO YEAST BREAD .................................................................................................................................37
POT-BREAD FOR BRAAIVLEIS ............................................................................................................................................37
WHOLE W HEAT BREAD.....................................................................................................................................................37
VETKOEK (DAMPER) .........................................................................................................................................................38
“STOK” BREAD ..................................................................................................................................................................38
PIZZA................................................................................................................................................................................38
OLD FASHIONED RUSK (FAVORITE) ..................................................................................................................................38
YOGURT BREAD ................................................................................................................................................................39
MIELIE BREAD (FOR BRAAIVLEIS).......................................................................................................................................39
ALL BRAN RUSKS .............................................................................................................................................................39
BUTTER MILK RUSKS .........................................................................................................................................................39
CHEESE SCONES ..............................................................................................................................................................40
COARSE MUFFINS .............................................................................................................................................................40
SWEET CORN VETKOEK .....................................................................................................................................................40
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MEALIE-MEAL “PAP”
“Slap Pap” in the Micro wave
Use a 1 .. liter heat resistant bowl with a lid
(volume 1 .. liter).
1 .... mealiemeal
1 .... salt
Mix: 1 .... cold water, mealie-meal and salt
(ovenproof dish of 1 .. liter). Add 3 ....
boiling water and stir.
Micro wave for 5 .... at medium (with the lid)
and stir 2 times during the 5 .... to prevent
the “pap” to become watery on top and hard
at the bottom. If you forgot to stir, repair the
damage by beating the “pap” with an electric
beater until the “pap” become smooth again.
If you microwave the “pap” at medium, the
“pap” will be ready in 20 .... or turn the
microwave on low for another 35 .....
4 Portions
Mealie-meal “stywe pap”
Use the recipe for “pap” in the Microwave,
but reduce the boiling water to 2 ....
Variation: Add 1 .... whole mealies (frozen or
canned)
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SOUP
Lentil Soup
500 .... blue lentils (also known as brown
lentils).
12 .... water
3 peeled potatoes
125.... bacon
4 .... salt
Cook the lentils, salt, potatoes and 6 .... of
water on high in a 3-liter pot. After 10 ....,
reduce the heat to medium and add another
3 .... of water. Add the last 3 .... of water
after another 15 ..... Cook for more or less 1
.... until the lentils become soft.
Mix: 1 packet soup powder with 1 .... cold
water. When the mixture is smooth, add it to
the lentils. Reduce the heat and stir the
soup until the soup powder is done. Dilute
to taste.
You can replace the bacon with a beef bone
or 125.... mince or 1 .... Basic sauce
Serve with home made bread or small bread
blocks deep-fried.
2 carrots cut in the length
4 .... salt
.. .... black pepper
2 .... Aromat
Cook al the ingredients except the fish for 20
.....
Add the fish and cook for another 20 .....
Strain and keep the stock aside
Cut the carrots and fish
Group 2:
2 fine chopped unions
100.... fresh fine chopped mushroom
150 .... bacon (cut)
290 .... tin mussels in saltwater (cut)
4 .... margarine
1 .. .... flour
6 .... milk
1 .... green peas
100.... frozen shrimps
Fry the unions, mushrooms and bacon in the
margarine.
Add the flour and milk and heat slowly until
thicken.
Add group 1’s stock.
Cook at low temperature until smooth.
Add the fish, carrot and mussels.
Add the green peas and shrimps.
Mussel Soup
Group 1:
12 .... water
3 pieces fish
8 bay leaves
2 big chopped onions
10 whole cloves
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MEAT DISHES
Easy Chicken
Use one whole Chicken. Add salt to the
inside of the chicken. (1 .... = 500.. meat)
Put a clean, small lemon into the inside of
the chicken.
Put the chicken overnight in a slow cooker
on low. Remove the lemon and put the
chicken in a casserole pan with a wide
bottom. Add pepper, herbs and garlic to
taste. Put the chicken in the oven at ....º C
for 1 ..... Adjust the oven time according to
taste. If you prefer a brown dry chicken, it
will need more oven time.
You can also cover the chicken with tin foil
and place it in a slow oven if you do not use
a slow cooker.
A hole in the earth with coals inside the hole
can also serve as an oven. Cover the
chicken with tin foil and place in the hole
until done.
Bobotie
A way to stretch a meal)
1 big chopped onion
1 .. minced meat
2 .... salt
1 slice of bread soaked in water
1 .... mild curry
1 .... sugar
2 .... chutney
.. .... raisins
1 lemon rind, grated
1 lemon’s juice
1 .... milk and 2 eggs
Fry the onion in oil and add the mince, salt,
bread, curry, sugar, chutney, raisins and
lemon rind and lemon juice. When done, put
the mixture in a heat resistant bowl
23x16x4cm. Bake the meat 15 .... at ....º C.
Mix the milk and eggs and add it to the meat
and bake it for another 30 .....
Serve with yellow rice and use the recipe for
Basic Sauce to serve with the rice.
Biltong
Use Beef or venison like Rooibok, Kudu,
Eland or Springbuck.
Cut the meat in strips of more or less 2cm
thick x 5cm wide.
Keep the golden rule as always with meat:
Use 2 .... salt for every 1 .. meat.
Therefore this recipe is suitable for 7.. meat:
15 .... salt
1 .... brown sugar
1 .... coriander
1 .... pepper
.. .... bicarbonate of soda
.. .... saltpeter
Vinegar
Mix the ingredients except the vinegar and
rub the mixture into the biltong strips. Pack
the meat in a bowl (plastic or glass) in layers
and sprinkle the vinegar over each layer.
Turn the biltong daily and hang the biltong
after 36 ..... (The bicarbonate of soda will
start to foam). You can hang the biltong on
S shaped wires at a cool place to dry. Keep
flies and other insects away.
Ham
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Use leg of pork. Remove the bone and use
a small or middle size leg of pork. Press the
meat at placing it in the fridge between two
plates and a heavy object on top of the plate
to press the bloodiness out of the meat.
Leave the meat for 24 .... between the
plates.
Place the meat in the following pickle:
1 .... saltpeter
1 .... brown sugar
2 .... bicarbonate of soda
8 to 10 liter cold water
Salt
Put all the ingredients except the salt in a
glass or plastic bowl or bucket. Put a potato
in the water and start to add the salt slowly.
Stir well after each time that you add salt.
As soon as the potato pops up and drifts in
the pickle, you can remove the potato and
put the meat in the pickle.
Put the pickle on a cool place or in the
fridge.
If the pickle starts to foam, replace the pickle
with fresh pickle. Remove the ham after 3
weeks and hang overnight to dry. Place the
ham again in the fridge under pressure to
get rid of the extra liquid.
For pickled beef: Leave the beef in the
pickle for 3 to 4 days.
Meatloaf
Loaf:
500 .... minced beef
1 .... salt
Pepper to taste
1 .... milk
1 bread slice
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1 .... parsley
1 egg
1 .... chopped onion
Mix and put in a small bread pan. Bake 1 ....
at ....º C. Put on a serving tray and cover
with the following sauce:
Sauce:
2 onions chopped
4 tomatoes (cut)
1 green pepper (cut)
1 .... sugar
Salt and pepper
2 .... Worcester sauce
2 .... Tomato sauce
1 .... Brown sauce powder
Fry the onion and pepper in a bit of oil. Add
the tomatoes, sugar, salt and pepper and
boil till done. Add the Worcester sauce,
tomato sauce and brown sauce powder and
allow boiling. Pour the sauce on the
meatloaf.
Sosaties
Use leg of beef, mutton or pork. The meat is
served like kebabs. Use good quality soft
meat.
500 .... leg of mutton or pork
1.. beef fillet or other suitable beef
Cut into blocks.
2 big onions
Cut the onions in slices and cook for 5 .....
Throw off the water and fry in a little bit oil
until brown.
Put the meat and onions in a plastic or glass
bowl and throw the following cold sauce over
the meat:
1 .... mild curry
.. .... turmeric
2 .... sugar
1 .... corn flour
2 .... vinegar
.. .... stewed, dry apricots (optional)
Salt and pepper
Microwave the sauce for 2 .... at 100%.
Cool down and add bruised lemon leaves.
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Pour the sauce over the diced meat and put
in the fridge for 2 –3 days. Turn the meat
around every day to allow the sauce to
penetrate the meat. String the meat on
kebab sticks and flavour with salt and
pepper.
The sosaties can be freezed.
Oven bake or braai.
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away, fry the boerewors until brown at low
heat
Quick method: Microwave the boerewors for
4 .... at 100% heat. Put the wors on the
stove together with the watery sauce and
bake until brown. Turn the stove to low as
soon as the wors begin to fry.
Jewish Roast
Boerewors
The Mixture
14 .... salt
2 .... pepper
6 .... ground coriander
.. .... ground cloves
3 .... ground pimento
1 .... groundnut
¾ .... vinegar
.. .... water
The Meat
4.. minced beef
3.. minced pork
Sausage casings (skin)
Knead the herbs-spice mixture into the meat
and put in the fridge for 1 ..... Knead again
and stiff the sausage casings with the meat.
You can bake the wors on the stove, oven or
on braaivleis coles.
In the oven: Bake in an open pan until
brown.
On the stove: Add .. .... water in the pan
together with the boerewors and place the
heat at high. As soon as the water boiled
2 .. H Bone (corner cut)
4 .... salt
¾ .... hot chutney
¾ .... Tomato sauce
¾ .... Worcester sauce
1 tin Coca cola (340..)
Maggie Fondor
Black Pepper
Fresh Thyme
4 sliced unions
4 bay leaves
Lots of Garlic
Half red pepper
Half yellow pepper
Put in pot.
Season meat
Pour all ingredients over meat
Secret: Low, very slow
Cook for two ....
Slice meat
Pour over gravy
Put in flat Pyrex dish in oven (200 C) for 15
.....
I was impressed with the dish, but the stock
was not thick enough to my taste, so before I
poured the gravy over the meat, I have
thickened it with flour. (One ....)
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VEGETABLES AND
SALADS
Potato Crumpets
Rice
1 .... rice
1 .... butter
1 .... lemon juice or white wine
1 .... salt
Boiled water
Put all the ingredients in a pot and boil on
High for 10 ..... The rice must be covered
with water. Turn the stove to 1 and steam
until the rice becomes puffed.
Yellow Rice
1 .... rice
4 .... boiled water
2 .... yellow sugar
1 piece cinnamon
1 .... salt
2 .... turmeric
.. .... raisins
3 .... butter
Boil the rice at high for 20 .... in the boiling
water together with the salt and turmeric.
Throw the extra water off and add the
cinnamon and raisins. Steam slowly for 1
..... Add the sugar and butter before serving.
Serve with bobotie.
Crushed Wheat
1 .... crushed wheat
4 .... water
.. .... raisins (optional)
.. .... salt
Cook slowly for approximately 3 .... until soft.
Add water if needed
Peel 2 potatoes and grate (coarse). Add 1
beaten egg and flavour with salt and pepper.
Shallow frying .... full until golden brown.
Serve with wors.
Variation: Grate the potatoes with the skin.
Pumpkin Crumpets
Crumpets
3 .... cooked pumpkin
2 .... self-rising flour
2 eggs
.. .... salt
3 .... baking powder
Mix the ingredients and shallow fry with the
heat on low to medium. Fry until brown on
both sides of the crumpet.
Sauce
1 .. .... sugar
1 .... milk
1 .... water
5 .... corn flour
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2 .... butter
Whole cinnamon
Melt the ingredients in the Microwave at
100%. Remove the cinnamon and cast over
the crumpets.
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Use boiling water and 1 .... salt. Put the
mealies in the boiling water and cook for 10
....
Fan Potatoes
Oven baked pumpkin
2 .. boiled pieces pumpkin
125 .... butter
.. .... sugar
1 egg
2 .. .... flour
1 .... baking powder
.. .... salt
1 .... milk
Beat the butter, sugar and egg. Add the
flour, baking powder and salt and then the
milk. The dough must be soft.
Arrange the pumpkin pieces in an oven dish
and pour the dough over the pumpkin.
Bake at ....º C for 30 .....
Pour the sauce over the baked pumpkin
Sauce:
.. .... syrup
100 .... butter
Put the pumpkin back in the oven for
another 10 .... until golden brown.
Green beans
500 .... cut green beans
1 potato (pieces)
1 chopped onion
A Piece of mutton (optional)
Cook ingredients for 40 .... and mash with
the potato masher. Add salt, butter and
pepper to taste.
Green mealies
12 small potatoes (potjiekos type)
250 .... butter
1 packet brown onion soup powder
Melt the butter and add the onion soup.
Take away from the heat.
Wash and cut the potatoes. Cut the
potatoes with a sharp knife like cutting a loaf
of bread, but keep the bottom of the potato
uncut. The potatoes must look like a fan on
the top. The “blades of the fan” must be
thin. Place the potatoes in a 1 .. liter oven
dish and pour the butter and soup over the
potatoes. The butter must be worked in
between the slices.
Cover the dish with a lid or tin foil. Bake at
....º C for 30 ..... Remove the lid and bake
for another 15 .....
Carrot Salad
1 .... cooked carrot rings
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.. .... vinegar
1 tin tomato paste (115g)
1/3 .... sugar
.. .... salad oil
.. .... salt
Pepper
1 green pepper
1 onion
Beat the tomato paste, sugar, vinegar, salt,
pepper and salad oil together. Put the carrot
rings, onion (sliced in rings) and green
pepper (sliced in rings) in a bowl with a lid.
Pour the tomato mixture over the
vegetables. Keep refrigerated.
Currie, onion and banana salad
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Mix:
2 .... cooked crushed wheat
1 .... boiled mealies (or a tin whole kernel
mealies) optional
1 chopped onion
1 chopped green pepper
Raisins (optional)
Sauce:
.. .... salad oil
2 .... mayonnaise
2 .... vinegar
2 .... sugar
1 .... mild curry powder
.. .... turmeric
Add the sauce to the wheat mixture
Variation: Use blue lentils in place of the
mealies or half lentils and half mealies.
6 onions cut into rings
1 .... butter
Braise the onion in the butter and then add 4
.... boiling water and cook until soft.
Mix:
.. .... vinegar
1 .... curry
2 dessertspoons sugar
.. .... mustard powder
.. .... salt
Add the mixture to the onions. Remove from
the stove and allow cooling.
Add 8 bananas sliced in rings to the mixture
just before serving.
Crushed Wheat Salad
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SAUCES
The tomato skins and seeds will not form
part of the puree. Freeze the puree in
useable quantities.
Use in pastas, soups and meat sauce.
Use with the basic sauce.
Basic Sauce
This sauce can be frozen. Freeze .... full for
later use.
500 .... soup meat or bones
1 onion chopped
1 potato
1 carrot
1 green pepper
Celery
Parsley
.. .... sauce powder
.. .... flour
.. .... tomato sauce
4 .... Worcester sauce
Fry the meat/bones, onion, carrot, potato,
celery and green pepper in 3 .... cooking oil
in a deep pot for a few .....
Add the sauce powder, flour, tomato sauce
and Worcester sauce and stir.
Add 1 .. liter water and cook for 40.....
Pour the sauce through a sieve. Press as
much as possible of the vegetables through
the sieve to thickened the sauce.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
Use the frozen sauce to make a sauce for
rice, meat or in soups.
Add flour to the sauce to thicken if
necessary.
Steak sauce
Slowly boil 1 .... basic sauce, 1 .... tomato
puree, 1 .... chutney and a few drops
Tabasco sauce. Add salt and pepper to
taste.
Variation: Add chopped green pepper.
Variation: Onion and Garlic (grated). Fry in
cooking oil and mix with the tomato puree.
Mustard sauce
Mix 3 .... sugar and 3 .... mustard powder.
Add .. .... salt, .. .... vinegar and 2 eggs.
Beat the ingredients together.
Put in the microwave at 100% for 1 ...., beat
again and put in the microwave for another
..... Beat again to make a smooth sauce.
Use with leg of mutton, ham or other cold
meat.
Variation: Add 2 .... condensed milk in the
place of the sugar.
Tomato puree
This recipe is cheaper than the tinned
product
Wash and cut the tomatoes in halves and
boil till soft.
Allow cooling and pouring the watery liquid
off. Use the remaining boiled tomatoes.
Pour the tomatoes through a sieve and
press as much as possible of the tomatoes
through the sieve. Add salt to taste.
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DESSERTS
Poor man’s dessert
1 .... butter
1 .... sugar
1 beaten egg
1 .... milk
1 .... flour
1 .... apricot jam
1 .... bicarbonate of soda
1 .... vinegar
.. .... salt
Whip the sugar and butter until creamy. Add
the beaten egg. Add the milk, salt and flour.
Mix the apricot jam, bicarbonate of soda and
vinegar and add to the dough mixture.
Place in an ovenproof bowl and bake for 30
.... at ..ºC.
Sauce:
Micro wave the next ingredients at 100% for
5 ....:
1 .... cream or milk
1 .... sugar
.. .... butter
.. .... boiling water
Stir during the microwave process to allow
the sugar to melt.
Pour the hot sauce over the baked dessert.
Date Ginger Dessert
2 .... butter
.. .... sugar
1 beaten egg
1 .. .... bicarbonate of soda
.. .... milk
2 .... apricot jam
.. .... chopped dates
1 .... flour
1 .... ginger
.. .... salt
Whip butter and sugar to cream.
Add beaten egg.
Dissolve the bicarbonate of soda in the milk
and apricot jam.
Add the bicarbonate of soda with the dates
to the sugar and butter mix.
Add the flour, ginger and salt.
Sauce:
2 .... sugar
2 .... water
2 .... butter
1 .... vanilla
Microwave together at 100% for 5 .....
Stir during the process to allow the sugar to
melt.
Put the dough in the hot sauce in a 3 liter
oven dish with a lid and bake for 30 .... at
....º C.
Vinegar Dessert
.. .... sugar
1 .. .... butter
2 beaten eggs
1 .. .... flour
.. .... salt
2 .... ginger
1 .... bicarbonate of soda
2 .... apricot jam
Whip the butter and sugar and add the eggs.
Add the dry ingredients and then the apricot
jam.
Pour the dough in the following sauce. The
sauce must be cooled down before adding
the dough.
Sauce:
2 .... water
2 .... sugar
.. .... vinegar
Microwave together at 100% for 5 .....
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Stir during the process to allow the sugar to
melt.
Bake for 30 .... at ....º C.
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Add 1 .... caramel essence.
Souskluitjies
Easy Sago Dessert
.. .... sago
2 .... milk
4 .... sugar
2 eggs
1 .... vanilla
.. .... salt
Soak the sago in a .... of water for 24 .....
Throw off the water. Micro wave at 25% the
milk and sago together for 20 .... or until the
sago is done. Stir regularly. The sago must
be swelled out. Beat the sugar and eggs
together with the sago. Pour into an oven
dish.
Bake for 20 .... at ..ºs C and serve with
custard.
Condensed milk Custard
Dough:
1 .... flour
1 .... baking powder
.. .... salt
4 .... butter
2 eggs
1 .... sugar
Cinnamon
Rub the butter in the flour, baking powder
and salt.
Beat the sugar and eggs until creamy.
Mix the flour mixture and egg mixture.
Use water 8cm deep in a 25cm diameter
pot. The pot must be deep to prevent over
boiling. Put .. .... salt and .. .... cinnamon in
the water. Use a .... to put the dough in the
boiling water. (Wet the spoon in the boiling
water before scooping the dough).
Scoop a maximum of 4 dough balls at a
time in the water
Cook for 10 .... with the lid on the pot. To
prevent the sauce from boiling over, use a
deep pot.
Sprinkle cinnamon sugar over the dumplings
Sauce:
.. .... melted butter
.. .... syrup
2 .... brandy or wine or 1 .... caramel
essence
Pour the sauce in the water that was left
over after baking dumplings. Bring to boil
and pour over the dumplings.
¾ .... custard powder
2 .... sugar
1/8 .... salt
Mix and add a little bit cold water to make a
paste.
Add 1 liter boiling water and 1 tin condensed
milk.
Microwave the custard at 100% until the
custard starts boiling. Beat during the
process.
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PICKLES AND
CHUTNEY
Apricot Chutney
Hot Sauce
8 medium tomatoes peeled and without the
seeds, chopped
1 large onion chopped
4 garlic cloves finely chopped
1 medium Jalapeno chili chopped
2 .... ground ginger
2 .... sugar
2 .... apple vinegar
.. .... lemon
1 .... sultanas
2 .... salt
1 cinnamon stick
6 whole cloves
5 small red Serrano chilies chopped
2 .... cayenne pepper
Boil together for 1 .... until thick. Remove the
cinnamon stick and bottle.
100 apricots
1 big onion
1 garlic clove
1 .. sugar
1 .... cayenne pepper
1 .... salt
2 .... ground ginger
1 .... mustard
750.. vinegar
Cook the apricots until soft. Mix all the
ingredients and cook the mixture for .. - 1 ....
until the mixture thickens. Stir during the
cooking process to prevent burn. Put in
clean bottles.
Green tomato Pickles
1 .. .. onion
3 .... green tomatoes
.. .... salt
1 ¾ .... sugar
750.. vinegar
2 .... flour
2 .... mustard
2 .... turmeric
2 .... Curry
.. .... ground cloves
Cut tomatoes in pieces. Pour the .. .... salt
over the tomatoes and leave overnight.
Pour the liquid off, the next morning.
Add the chopped onion, sugar and vinegar
and cook for 30 .....
Mix the spices and flour and add. Boil until
thick and bottle.
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CAKES
Beware of……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
……. ……… .… Pour the hot sauce over the
hot cake.
You can also make ……. ……… .… …….
……… .… ……. ……… .…
Carrot Cake
Condensed milk Fruit Cake
(Bake at …..º C)
Mix:
1 .... sugar
2 eggs
¾ .... cooking oil
Dissolve:
.. .... ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .… …….
……… .… ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
Sieve together:
.. .... salt
1 .. .... flour
.. teaspoo……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
Mix the 3 groups together, add:
.. .... chopped pecan nuts
1 .... ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .… …….
……… .… ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
……. ……… .…
Bake in a smeared ring cake pan 20cm
diameter at ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
……. ……… .…
Sauce:
Melt in the microwave or on the stove:
125 .... butter
1 .... soft ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
……. ……… .… ……. ……… .… …….
……… .…
Add ¾ .... chopped nuts.
(Bake at ….. º C)
Cook slowly for 5 ....:
1 .. .... sultana
1 .. ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .… …….
……… .… ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
……. ……… .…
.. .... mixed peel
1 tin condensed milk
.. .... water
125 .... ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
……. ……… .…:
2 eggs
And then:
2 .. .... ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
……. ……… .…
1 .... mixed spice
1 .... ginger
1 .... bicarbonate of soda
.. .... salt
Bake the mixture at ….. º C for 2 .... in a pan
20cm diameter.
Tie brown paper ……. ……… .… …….
……… .… hard due to the long baking time.
Practical Fruit Cake
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(Bake at ….. º C)
Cook together ……. ……… .… ……. ………
.… 500 .... fruit cake mixture
1 .... ……. ……… .…
1 .... ……. ……… .…
125 .... margarine
2 .... mixed spice
.. .... ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
.. .... salt
Add:
2 eggs beaten
1 .... ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .… 5 ....
……. ……… .…
2 .... flour
Mix and put a ……. ……… .… ……. ………
.…. Bake at ….. º C for 3 ....
Tie ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
otherwise the cake may become hard due to
the long baking time.
Tip: If a fruitcake was not well baked, it may
happen that the cake might become mould.
Swift Cake
Bake the cake at …..º C
125 .... ……. ……… .…
.. .... sugar
2 eggs
1 .. .... flour
2 ……. ……… .… ……. ……… .…
.. .... milk
.. .... ……. ……… .…
1 .... ……. ……… .…
Add all the ingredients together and beat for
3 .... and bake in a ……. ……… .… (size
18cm) ……. ……… .… .... at …..º C.
Oil Cake (Chocolate or white)
1 .... milk
3 .... oil
1 .. .... ……. ……… .…
3 eggs
3 .... baking powder
1 .. .... ……. ……… .…
1 .... ……. ……… .…
1 .... vanilla
.. .... salt
Micro ……. ……… .… the milk, oil and
cacao until boil.
Beat the sugar, ……. ……… .… and salt
until creamy.
Add the milk mixture and ……… .… at turns
with ……… .… flour to the egg mixture.
Add the baking powder. Pour in a smeared
pan of 20cm ……… .….
Bake at ……… .… C for 25 ....
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