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Moskonfyt
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Moskonfyt
Moskonfyt or grape must jam is a traditional South African product. It dates back to the early days of the old Cape when they first started producing grapes…
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Mosbolletjies
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Mosbolletjies
These tall buns packed shoulder to shoulder are made with mos (English = grape must). Mosbolletjies were introduced by the French Huguenots who settled in…
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Melktert
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Melktert
Melktert (milk tart) is a traditional South African sweet pastry crust containing a creamy filling made from milk, flour, sugar and eggs that is very easy…
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Mealies
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Mealies
Mealies (corn; maize) have long been the basis of African cuisine. Each community, whether Xhosa or Zulu, Sotho, Tswana or Swazi, holds to slight differences…
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Mealiepap
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Mealiepap
Mealiepap or just pap (pup) is a traditional staple food of South Africans. It is made out of white granular maize meal usually cooked to a crumbly dry…
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Mealiemeal
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Mealiemeal
Mealiemeal is to Africans what wheat and potato flours are to Europeans and Americans. It is harvested from the cob of the maize plant. In South Africa and…
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Mashonzha or Mopane Worms
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Mashonzha or Mopane Worms
Mashonzha also called Mopane Worms, Mopani Worms, Masonja or Amasonja are a delicacy throughout Southern Africa in countries like South Africa, Botswana…
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Konfyt
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Konfyt
Konfyt has two meanings in South Africa, (1)jam and (2) a preserve made from chunks of fruit (watermelon rind, quince, fig or other hard fruit). The fruit is…
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Koeksisters
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Koeksisters
Koeksisters are twisted plaits of golden dough soaked in thick syrup until translucent. Tasting of honey they are as traditionally South African as melktert…
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Kingklip
Posted 19-10-2009 in South African Cuisine
Kingklip
Kingklip is one of South Africa’s finest eating fish and very popular although it is becoming increasingly expensive. With its very elongate body tapering…
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