this is a very old traditional recipe. it has a sweet and sour taste and is still enjoyed by many south africans. it was usually served after a sunday lunch. it can be served with custard or without as it is quite a moist pudding. serve hot.
this is a really nice change from the basic fresh cranberry sauce and i would never buy canned sauce again! very simple to make, and the leftovers added to a package of raspberry jello makes an awesome fruity jello dessert.
from http://thesaripartygirl.multiply.com/ tips: if you dont have nutmeg, you can leave it out. you have to really flatten the dough and poke a big hole into the center, as the doughnut will puff up, and close the doughnut a little.
this is a simple and flavourful recipe from this month's "gourmet magazine" (feb. 2009). "long, slow cooking turns a supermarket chuck roast into something gloriously tender, flavorful, and aromatic. leftovers are delicious shredded, heated in the sauce,
i got this recipe from recipegoldmine.com and enjoyed it so much i wanted to share it. these were so easy, and as a novice cook, i was surprised to find the finished product was restaurant quality. i added the pace cilantro salsa to the original recipe.
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