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  • Koeksisters

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    Koeksister is a sweet South African snack with a sticky appearance. It is prepared by frying braided dough strips in oil, then dunking them into a cold sugary syrup. These sticky treats are sold on every major street in South Africa, and today they can even be found in most supermarkets.

    The origins of koeksisters can be traced back to Dutch and Malay influences. The Dutch settlers brought their deep-fried pastries known as “koekjes” to South Africa, while the Malay community contributed their expertise in crafting sweet and aromatic pastries. Over time, these culinary traditions merged, giving birth to the uniquely South African koeksister.

    Koeksisters are made from a yeasted dough that is carefully twisted into a braided shape and then deep-fried until golden brown. The freshly fried pastries are immediately soaked in a syrup, which infuses them with a sweet and sticky glaze. The syrup typically contains ingredients such as sugar, water, lemon juice, and sometimes a hint of cinnamon or ginger, adding depth and complexity to the flavor.

  • Ystervarkies (Lamingtons)

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    Ystervarkies is the Afrikaans name for Porcupines. However, in this case, it’s the name for that favorite cake, chocolate and coconut genius. This dessert is also known as Lamingtons. It is said that Lamingtons were named after no other than Lord Lamington himself. He served as Governor of Queensland from 1896 to 1901.

    They are soft on the inside and look almost spiky on the outside. Just too adorable for words!

  • Antons Vetkoek

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    Anton’s Authentic South African Vetkoek, fried to perfection, ready for your eating pleasure. Pair it with Apricot jam or Anton’s Savory Mince and some shredded cheese for an unforgettable taste experience.

    All our baked goods is Artisan made using traditional South African methods and recipes for a truly South African taste that will leave you wanting more.

    Creating satisfied customers since 2019

  • Ice Packs

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