This is a real simple dish that I came across in one of the many cookbooks that have now taken up residence on my bed table. Ingredients: 1 x roll of store bought puff pastry. melted rama margarine. 125g x crushed Simba chips, the flavour is up to you. 1 x tbsp masala. Method: roll … Continue reading Curried chip puff pastry
I love baklava, but living in a town like mine, trying to find baklava at a store near you, is like trying to draw water from a stone. My ex high school teacher's mum passed some of her cooking books down to me and I came across this recipe in one of the the books. … Continue reading Baklava
These are my mum's and gran's specialty. They always made it together. One would make the dough and the other would make the filling and me well I would sit and pretend to be busy rolling my own pastry with the left over dough that came my way. Apparently they are called Hertzoggies, but we … Continue reading Bakkie tarts
I was always mesmorised with the makings of an Hungarian tart. Especially the grated dough over the top. It looked so complicated. But it is actually really really simple and so fun to make. The many jams one can use in the filling just gives this tart soo many delicious combinations and tastes. Ingredients: 125g … Continue reading Whose hungry for Hungarian tart?
I love milktart... but I always tend to have milktart cravings during the fasting periods... and it used to make me suffer in silence... but not until I found an eggless milktart in a Sai Baba recipe book. Since then I have never looked back. Ingredients for the base: 1 x cup cake flour. 1 … Continue reading Eggless milktart
I know I am not the only one who can eat cream horns till they come out of my ears... see me at a function and I will zone in and claim the platter of cream horns.... Let me get a parcel of cakes and just let there be cream horns... they are mine as … Continue reading To die for cream horns that are homemade