Recipes

All my krispie recipes

  • Dinner,  Local food,  Lunch,  Recipes,  Seafood,  Soup

    Thai red curry soup with giant periwinkle

    This soup turned out very tasty indeed! The red curry with the creamy coconut milk and fishy periwinkle taste make for a wonderful starter. Dip a piece of panini bread to soak up the wonderful flavours. Ingredients 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 onion, chopped 1 teaspoon chopped galangal or ginger half a teaspoon chili flakes 1 tablespoon red curry paste 1 spring onion, chopped 1 carrot, diced 1 tomato/ 3 cherry tomatoes, sliced salt an pepper to taste 1 cup chicken stock one tin coconut milk 2 lemongrass sprigs, finely cut 200 g chopped cooked giant periwinkle (also called allikreukel) (can be replaced by shrimps/prawns) 2 tablespoons fish sauce juice of…

  • Dinner,  Recipes,  Veg

    Roasted Fennel

    Roasted fennel – who would have thought, right? Very tasty roasted on its own or with other veggies. Give it a try! Ingredients A big fennel bulb (I got one from our garden) olive oil salt pepper Method Wash the fennel bulb and cut off/ peel off all unnecessary leaves. Cut the fennel in slices, length-wise from the top down. Put on a oven tray with other veggies (I added some carrots and mushrooms). Sprinkle with some olive oil, salt and pepper. Roast on 200 degrees Celsius for about 25 minutes.

  • Christmas cookies
    Bakes,  Recipes

    Christmas Cookies

    Christmas cookies that look pretty and taste yummy! I had so much fun baking and decorating these! When you make them up in a small cellophane packet with a little ribbon they make nice gifts for Christmas or end of year thank you gifts. They are such great treats and go well with tea, coffee or as snack. Ingredients 2 cups plain cake flour Extra flour for rolling out the dough A pinch of salt Half a cup butter at room temperature Half a teaspoon baking powder One teaspoon vanilla 1 cup sugar 1 egg 10 ml milk  For decorating Royal icing/ flooding icing Egg whites 500ml icing, sifted Assorted sprinkles…

  • salmon fishcakes
    Dinner,  Lunch,  Recipes,  Seafood

    Salmon Fishcakes

    So you feel like having some fish tonight but only have a tin of salmon? Here is an easy recipe for you to get your fishy satisfaction. Ingredients 1 tin salmon One onion, cut into pieces One chili, finely cut One clove garlic, cut into pieces Some coriander, finely chopped Salt Pepper Cayenne pepper Lemon juice Some flour – about ¾ cup or less Some milk – about 1/3 cup 2 eggs 1 tomato, sliced Half a cup coconut flakes  Method Fry half a cup coconut flakes in a little bit of oil on very low heat for about a minute. Let cool. Fry the garlic, onion and tomato with…

  • spinach and feta quiche
    Bakes,  Breakfast,  Brunch,  Dinner,  Veg

    Spinach, Feta & Mushroom Quiche

    Meat-free Mondays or just don’t know what to cook? Here’s a nice veggie recipe for you to try out! This is a no hassle, no crust recipe. Ingredients a cup or more cooked spinach a cup mozzarella or Edam cheese 200 g mushrooms 150 g black pepper feta 4 eggs a cup of milk some salt and pepper one garlic clove a bit of olive oil Method Whisk the eggs and the milk together. In a pan, fry the thinly sliced mushrooms, salt, pepper and some garlic together in a bit of olive oil. Add the cooked spinach and fried mushrooms to the bottom of an oven proof bowl. Sprinkle…

  • Mussel Canapes
    Local food,  Party food,  Recipes,  Seafood

    Mussel and Calamari Coriander Canapes

    A creative summer canapé. Collect and wash shells from the beach to create this easy but creative canapé. Ingredients 200 g mussels 200 g baby calamari 1 onion some black pepper some salt fresh coriander leaves for garnish a squeeze of lemon juice 1 tbs butter fresh cucumber slices Method In a frying pan, fry the chopped onions in butter for about a minute. Add the mussels and calamari. Also add the spices and lemon juice. Fry for 5 minutes. Prepare your shells.  Add some cucumber to the shells, then fill them with the mussel and calamari mix. Round off with some fresh coriander and some more lemon juice to taste.…

  • Pumpkin fritters
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    Pumpkin Fritters

    A South African favourite! Pumpkin fritters with cinnamon and sugar. Ingredients 1 and a half – 2 cups pumpkin(cut into pieces) 1 egg 1 and a half cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder some salt 1 teaspoon sugar some oil cinnamon and sugar for serving Method Steam the pumpkin and mash it in a mixing bowl. Add the egg, salt, sugar, flour, baking powder and mix until smooth. Add spoonfuls of pumpkin mix into a medium-hot frying pan with some oil. Fry until brown on either side.   Serve hot with cinnamon and sugar.

  • Chicken sosaties
    Chicken,  Dinner,  Local food,  Lunch,  Party food,  Recipes

    Chicken Sosaties

    Tasty bbq snack to be enjoyed with sunny weather. Ingredients: 200 g chicken breast half a red pepper half a green pepper one medium sized onion 1 tin pineapple pieces 1 carrot some kebab skewers(+-10) For the marinade: half a cup soy sauce the liquid/juice from the pineapple tin 14 inch piece ginger – cut into pieces one garlic clove half a tsp coriander spice half a tsp cumin spice half a tsp salt half a tsp pepper a sprig of thyme Method: Start by making the marinade. Cut the ginger and garlic into small pieces. Put the ginger and garlic in a bowl together with the soy sauce, thyme…

  • Lentil bobotie
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    Lentil Bobotie

    Delicious vegetarian bobotie! Ingredients 1 garlic clove 1 tsp cumin 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp coriander 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp salt 1 tsp black pepper 1  1/2 cups lentils 3 carrots 2 onions 1 small red and 1 small yellow/green pepper a head of cabbage olive oil 2 eggs 250 ml milk 3 bay leaves some fruit chutney to serve Method Heat the pan to high heat. Fry the spices in some olive oil for about 3 minutes. Cut the vegetables into small pieces. Add the onions and peppers and fry for a further 5 minutes, stirring occasionally and adding some more olive oil. Add the cabbage and…