The 10 recipes you couldn’t get enough of in September

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Hello, Heritage Month! This September, you indulged in a range of South African favourites, from phutu pap to malva pudding and milk-tart ice cream.

10. Blue-cheese baked gem squash

Blue cheese baked gem squash recipe
These make a perfect veggie dish on their own, but are also delicious with roast chicken. If you braai them, they’ll take on a lovely smoky flavour.
Get the recipe here.

9. Individual malva puddings

Individual malva puddings recipe
The best part about these individual malva puddings is that you don’t have to share.
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8. Home-made ginger beer


Nothing says summer quite like the refreshing burn of home-made ginger beer. Make like Siba Mtongana and serve with fresh pineapple slices. Genius!
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7. Vetkoek

Vetkoek recipe
A South African classic with a fresh twist! Stuff your vetkoek with fresh, crunchy veggies. Because, balance.
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6. Roast cauliflower lasagne

roast cauliflower lasagne
It’s the love-child of cauli-cheese and lasagne.
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5. Stiff pap


Undoubtedly one of our favourite braai sides.
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4. Peppermint Crisp tart

Peppermint Crisp tart recipe
Effortless and quick, this tart takes a maximum of 30 minutes to make. This recipe makes one large tart big enough for at least 12 people. It also makes for excellent leftovers – if that’s even a thing!
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3. No-bake cheesecake


‘Tis the season to be smothering an easy fridge cheesecake in berries. You’re welcome!
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2. Milk tart ice cream


Good old milk tart gets a moreishly modern makeover with this really easy crowd-pleasing ice cream.
Get the recipe here.

1. Banana loaf


To add some crunch to the recipe incorporate a cup of chopped pecans or walnuts. And for a sweeter dimension stir in a cup of chocolate chips.
Get the recipe here.

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