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koeksister

(ˈkʊkˌsɪstə)
n
(Cookery) South African a plaited doughnut deep-fried and soaked in syrup
[Afrikaans, but possibly of Malay origin]
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Koeksisters are a sort of cross between doughnuts and biscuits.
The resulting koeksisters have a delightful texture, vaguely doughnut-y but actually more like a deep-fried cookie dough, with a good crunch.
This week, we delve into the strange world of the Koeksister.
word die projekgangers genooi om na lord Seldom te luister wanneer hulle "versadig van koeksisters en tee" is (p.
This unique festival also provides the rare opportunity to taste traditional South African dishes such as Boerewors and Biltong as well as South African themed deserts like Mango-PeriPeri Gelato and Koeksisters.
Koeksisters, biltong, carrot cake, lemingtons, baklava ( all homemade in my kitchen, except for the biltong
En Saterdae is daar sport speel en afkoel; Sondae weer kerk en koeksisters na die diens.
n Uitstappie na 'n nabygelee museum kan byvoorbeeld ondemeem word en 'n Afrikaanssprekende kan as gasheer/gasvrou in 'n begeleide toer optree, en die leerders kan onthaal word met tradisionele geregte soos melktert, koeksisters, biltong en pampoenkoekies.
The smell of freshly baked tarts and koeksisters (a traditional Cape Malay delicacy of deep fried, plaited dough, dipped in syrup and coconut) is wafting through the air.
Transfer the koeksisters from the syrup to a wide tray in a single layer.
Once all the koeksisters are cooked and dunked, pour the remaining syrup over them, and chill for an or so in the fridge before serving.