Nothing is as uniquely South African as rooibos. (Photos: Misha Jordaan)
Nothing is as uniquely South African as
rooibos. This week we use its flavour in salads, chicken and confectionery.
AND COCONUT CUSTARD CAKE
A traditional custard cake with a flamboyant
Custard cake. (Photo: Misha Jordaan)
PUDDING WITH ROOIBOS CUSTARD
Rooibos tea adds a depth of flavour to
puddings. Serve this version of a buttermilk pudding with warm custard or
vanilla ice cream.
Buttermilk pudding. (Photo: Misha Jordaan)
AND LEMON CORDIAL
This cordial can be mixed with soda water,
still cold water or used in a refreshing cocktail. We even use it in our
rooibos jelly recipe.
Rooibos cordial. (Photo: Misha Jordaan)
ROOIBOS AND CRANBERRY JELLY
This jelly contains less sugar than supermarket
versions. We use cranberry juice and some of our homemade rooibos and lemon
cordial – even the kids will love this jelly. Let it set in a bread tin and
slice into portions for desserts, or let it set in individual jelly moulds.
No-fuss rooibos and cranberry jelly. (Photo: Misha Jordaan)
TART WITH ROOIBOS APPLES
This yoghurt tart is extravagantly rich and the
rooibos apples take it to the next level.
Yoghurt tart with rooibos apples. (Photo: Misha Jordaan)
PUDDINGS WITH ROOIBOS CARAMEL
The rooibos adds a rich flavour to the caramel – and served with these decadent chocolate puds, it’s a perfect match!
Chocolate puddings with rooibos caramel. (Photo: Misha Jordaan)
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