Jesse, are those the ones that taste like honey, and are too sweet?Can you share the recipe?By the way, i've also started to make presunto...hehehehe...let's see if it is good to eat, at the end!!!
Oh yes, recipe please?! Does it still involve vats of boiling syrup? If it is too difficult to make I'll just have to buy some at Woollies or something ... Oh dear, I gave up sweet things (mostly) about 18 months ago, but when I see pictures like this memories from my childhood come flooding back ...
Oh yum. I have no idea what that is, but what could be wrong with sweet bread :)
....vats of boiling oil would be my guess! Every culture's guilty pleasure - especially homemade.
What a lot of work - But well worth it by the looks of things!
Look delicious but not so easy to make I suspect.Definately off to the farm stall for me!
The original Koeksisters have spices mixed in the dough and are rolled in coconut at the end. They take about 8 hours to make as you are meant to let the dough rise a few times like bread.I have my Ouma's (grandmother's) family recipe i will submit for you all to try... its well worth the 8 hours :D
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