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picture of recipeRich Tea Scones Recipe
butter,    eggs,    salt,    baking powder,    sugar,    milk,    flour
These are absolutely the best for a Saturday afternoon tea-time treat! Serve with a good jam or preserve topped with whipped cream or just plain with a little butter.
1   Sift dry ingredients together....

picture of recipeMaandazi (East African Doughnuts) - Recipe #5009 - Foodgeeks
oil,    eggs,    salt,    baking powder,    sugar,    milk,    flour
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Mix together the dry ingredients. Mix in egg and milk until well blended. Roll out as for a jelly roll to approximately 3/4-inch ...

picture of recipeSouth African Brandy Squares - Recipe #20886 - Foodgeeks
butter,    bicarbonate of soda,    nuts,    vanilla,    date,    eggs,    salt,    baking powder,    sugar,    brandy,    water,    flour
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Preheat oven to 350 F.   In a large bowl, cream butter and sugar until soft and fluffy. NOTE: Creaming of fat and sugar until it resemb...

picture of recipeSo So Simple Peanut Brittle Recipe
peanut,    sugar,    water
This is the most delious recipe I ever had!!! The best thing about it is thats its only 3 ingredients! Kids will love it!!!! I got the recipe from an African cook book.
1   Crush peanuts and fine as yo...

picture of recipeEgyptian Rice Pudding Recipe
rice flour,    pistachio,    saffron,    cardamom,    sugar,    rose syrup,    milk
Found this on food network, after extensive looking. I hope everyone enjoys this as much as I do.
1   Combine the rice flour and sugar and add to a saucepan containing the milk.   2   Slowly bring to a b...

picture of recipeBeat And Bake Madeira Cake Recipe
butter,    vanilla extract,    eggs,    baking powder,    sugar,    milk,    flour
Whenever I need something sweet in a tearing hurry I fall back on this lifesaver! Quick as a wink to mix together, nice and moist and needs no icing.
1   Preheat oven to 350°F.   2   Put all ingredi...

picture of recipeMoroccan Rice Pudding Recipe
butter,    orange flower water,    nutmeg,    cinnamon,    salt,    rice,    sugar,    milk,    water
Recipe for creamy Moroccan rice pudding. Cinnamon and orange flower water add classic Moroccan flavor.
Wash the rice in a large bowl filled with water, and drain. Put the rice in a 3-quart (liter) or ...

picture of recipeCup Pudding Recipe
butter,    golden syrup,    cake flour,    eggs,    jam/preserve,    baking powder,    sugar,    milk
This is an ideal dessert for two. This is made in no time and can be cooked and left in the microwave whilst eating the main course. Serve with custard sauce if so desired.
1   Grease 2 large cups well...

picture of recipeAfrican Peanut Butter Candy Recipe
wheat germ,    coconut,    peanut butter,    honey,    milk powder
One of the principal crops of some African countries is peanuts. They are nutritious and hardy, making them a first-rate survival food. In this recipe peanuts and highly prized honey are combined to m...

picture of recipeRose Water Ice Cream Recipe
egg yolks,    heavy cream,    sugar,    rose syrup,    milk
This recipe comes from a cutting from a Sainsbury’s magazine article on Moroccan cuisine, that I’ve been saving since July 2001. I love rosewater, I love ice cream, but I’m afraid th...

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