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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 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 recipeMoroccan Coconut Candy Recipe
butter,    evaporated milk,    lemon peel,    coconut,    sugar
A friend of mine from Morocco got me hooked on this fudge. It's delicious!
In 2 qt saucepan, combine coconut, milk, & sugar, simmer gently until soft ball is formed in cold water.   Add butter ...

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picture of recipeAncient Egyptian date Candy For 2 People) Recipe
walnut,    almond,    cinnamon,    cardamom,    date,    honey
Figs, dates, pomegranates and grapes were the only fruits that could be grown in the hot climate. From: Ancient Egyptian Food and Drink. This recipe was from 1600BC and was found on an ostraca. *NOTE*...

picture of recipeAmarula Cream Truffles: A Homemade Gift! Recipe
butter,    dark chocolate,    amarula,    cream
These sinfully rich chocolate truffles will make a lovely gift in the festive season! They're easy to make and they also freeze well. Use different finishes for a professional look. I give the met...

picture of recipeLillimala Recipe
butter,    cardamom,    coconut,    sugar,    green food coloring,    red food coloring,    rose syrup,    water
These traditional candies, a Cape Malay favorite, are made from coconut and are typically colored bright green or pink. Because they are soft and sticky, they are served in little paper containers, al...

picture of recipeSouth African Nestle's Fudge Recipe
butter,    golden syrup,    vanilla,    sugar,    condensed milk,    water
I have lost and found this recipe so many times I am finally committing it to Zaar. From Fair Lady, May 14, 1986
1   Put sugar and water into a large heavy saucepan.   2   Stir over a low heat until the ...

picture of recipeKashata Na Nazi Ugandan Coconut Candy) Recipe
raw sugar,    cinnamon,    coconut cream,    salt
This is what happens when you play
1   In a medium-sized heavy iron skillet, melt the sugar, stirring constantly.   2   Before the sugar starts to caramelize, add the coconut cream, cinnamon and salt.   ...

picture of recipeTumr Bel Nargine Coconut Dates) Recipe
butter,    almond,    cardamom,    date,    coconut,    water
A completely delightful Persian sweet. So simple that you can let the kids help.
1   Blanch, peel (or use already blanched) and then fry the almonds in oil until golden brown, place on paper towels to ...

picture of recipePapaya Candy Recipe
papaya,    lemon,    sugar
Found online; posting for ZWT 7-Africa (Cape Verde).
1   Cut the papaya into fine strips, then peel and wash well.   2   Place the papaya and sugar on on a slow fire until the sugar dissolves Cook for te...

picture of recipeStuffed Caramel Walnuts From Cleopatra Recipe
orange flavoring,    almond flour,    walnut,    sugar
Cleopatra (69 a.C - 30 a.C), the Egyptian queen of legendary beauty, was famous for her amatorial charms that rendered her irresistible to the men who met her. She had a child with Caesar, Cesarione, ...

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