Originating from South Africa this is a traditional milk tart recipe that is relatively easy to make and tastes great if you are looking for something new to try.
Recipe by: TWAKMUIS
A lip smacking variation on the traditional South African legendary milk tart. Ouma Hester has shared this recipe countless times. The Dutch origins of the Melktert recipe can be traced back to the sixteenth century. The recipe is a real winner. It is enjoyed with coffee or tea, or as a desert, and very easy to prepare.
Recipe by: hmarais
This is a Moroccan style dip of green split peas, onions, nutmeg, goats cheese and black olives. Serve with pita bread for dipping.
Recipe by: rolypoly
Cooked or raw carrots were first used in salads in north-western Africa. This salad is good served with warmed pita bread. Serve garnished with parsley.
Recipe by: Lynn Lewis
An Egyptian delicacy, ice cream flavoured with orange blossom water The magic ingredient is mastic, which, when ground and mixed with the milk, gives a velvety texture to this unusual ice cream which is also egg-free.
Recipe by: Herbie's Spices
Basboussa cake comes from Egypt and has quite an exotic flavour. It combines almonds with semolina and is finished with a lemony syrup.
Recipe by: kate