Author: heinstirred

Baked Lemon Pudding with Lime Yoghurt

A baked lemon pudding is a baked lemon pudding.  Until you have a Baked Lemon Pudding with Lime Yoghurt. Double the citrus, double the zest and double the lip puckering deliciousness. It’s been a while I have made a Bill Granger recipe and this lemon pudding is from his book Bill’s Open Kitchen. I have been an ardent follower of his and have most of his books, cooking and baking from them regularly as well as looking at his work for…

Cider Cooked Apple, Onion and Cheddar Galette

I was inspired to cook with cider again after the Pears Roasted in Cider recipe and I think this Cider Cooked Apple, Onion and Cheddar Galette is a worthy follow up recipe. It is on the rich side but so delicious and could be a stunning dish to kick off a dinner party. Or as a lunch served with a crisp salad to offset the richness as suggested by Delicious Magazine where I saw the recipe originally. The pastry of…

Orange Polenta Cake

I was recently invited to lunch at Tokara in Stellenbosch and had the opportunity to enjoy an olive oil tasting followed by a tasty lunch in the deli. The dessert was just incredible, a Orange Polenta Cake served with Orange Ice Cream, Orange Crème and Candied Oranges and as we were lucky enough to get the recipe afterwards, it was a given that I was going to make it and share on here. Tokara offers some of the most incredible…

Pears Roasted in Cider

The autumn issue of the Donna Hay magazine had some wonderful pear recipes in it and since we are in the same season as the Australians it made sense to try her recipe for Verjuice, Thyme and Cinnamon Roasted pears. From which I deviated quite a bit and ended with this recipe for Pears Roasted in Cider. (And from the images you can see I added some apples as well.) I did not have any verjuice and never have for…

Muesli Buttermilk Rusks

There was no way I was not going to bake Tannie Maria’s Muesli Buttermilk Rusks. After all, they are one of the main characters in the wonderful murder mystery by Sally Andrew called Recipes for Love and Murder. The story is set in the Klein Karoo, an area about 2 hours outside of Cape Town and tells the story of  Tannie Maria, “a fifty-something, short and soft (perhaps a bit too soft in the wrong places)” who gets involved in a…

Turmeric Latte Ice Cream

I find it hard to resist fresh turmeric and I am so happy it is more readily available these days. And ever since tasting the Turmeric Latte Ice Cream at Unframed on Kloof Street I have been wanting to make my own version of Turmeric Latte Ice Cream. It is deliciously spicy with that warm turmeric flavour and the colour is pretty fantastic. And I thought the ice cream would go really well with that classic South African dessert, the super…

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