Pakoras are great for parties and gatherings, perfect for sharing when you plan on entertaining. Because they’re so easy to whip up you don’t need to spend ages making them beforehand, unlike samosas.
In some instances you may find the addition of sugar, to give a sweet and spicy end note. The way SOUTH AFRICAN Indians make these, may vary from what is more traditional in the subcontinent of India.
This is a great Ramadhan savoury abd starter for any occasion. Keep in freezer and always have ready to serve guests.
Crispy, crunchy samoosa pastry filled with cheesy, spicy, tangy chicken coated in breadcrumbs enjoyed with chutney.
The most requested savory recipe…the infamous Moons. One of the most popular savouries on a table in Ramadaan for iftaar.
This recipe was shared to me by my aunty, and I think its a great, quick, light dish to make. It fills up the table, it can be a great dish to nibble on, and has a Middle Eastern feel to it.
Pakora is a fried snack. Originally from the Indian subcontinent, it is a popular snack across India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
What I love about pies is you can play around with the flavours. Filled in a delicious pastry, filled with a chicken and potato filling and when you dip it in that chutney oh my word heaven!
With the holy month of Ramadaan around the corner, having savouries with your soup is a must. These pies are the perfect savoury for iftaar time.
I love this recipe as it easily fits into the quick and easy category and is a definite crowd pleasure amongst the young and old.
The perfect savoury to serve as an appetizer at special occasions and during Ramadaan.
I get my inspiration for cooking and baking from Masterchef Junior. I love the energy and can’t believe that kids my age are so talented in the kitchen.
I know a lot of people and women may agree with me when I say it’s best to get all the savoury prep done before Ramadaan, because it saves you from wasting a lot of time in the kitchen.
Spinach & feta along with lemon zest is sure to give this filling a zesty taste. This samoosa filling will have you coming back for seconds.
These mini pizzas makes for a perfect treat during Ramadaan, weddings and other family gatherings.
There are many varieties of daltjies, which is a popular snack to share with your neighbours during Ramadaan.
The Za’ater Scones are one of my favourite! Try out the recipe below.
Macaroons…with a twist…We made these at the weekend, but instead of the usual sweet fillings, we decided to go for savoury ones. For a while now, we have been wanting to make a savoury version of some of the classic sweet pastries.
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