Posts Tagged ‘Recipes’

South African Koeksisters recipe

South African Koeksisters recipe

v The people of southern Africa love their snacks sweet, and things don’t get much sweeter than South African Koeksisters, twisted treats of golden fried dough, slathered in sticky aromatic syrup. Originating from the Afrikaans community, South African Koeksisters are said to have evolved from two recipes brought to the Cape by settlers from the […] Read more…

Salted chocolate chip mochi cookies

Salted chocolate chip mochi cookies

Morish mochi meets chocolatey goodness in this recipe for crunchy, chewy salted chocolate chip mochi cookies There’s only one thing Sugarpuff loves more than a good choc chip cookie and that’s mochi. The sweet and stretchy Japanese rice treat, that resembles play dough, is a kind of dough made from pounded steamed short-grain glutinous rice. […] Read more…

Tebasaki - Nagoya Style Chicken Wings

Tebasaki – Nagoya Style Chicken Wings Recipe

The Colonel who? Forget KFC, crispy, sticky and oh-so-delicious Tebasaki (Nagoya-style chicken wings) are so popular in our house that the kids have taken to begging for them. And I’ve taken to giving in, almost as frequently. With the impending Tokyo Olympics stirring up a whole lotta memories of our travels across Japan, and lockdown […] Read more…

Yorkshire Fat Rascals Recipe

Yorkshire Fat Rascals Recipe

Yorkshire! It’s England’s biggest county and as famous for its stunning moors and dales as it is for The Brontë Sisters, Yorkshire puddings and a good brew. The best of course is Yorkshire Tea, or more specifically (at least in my opinion) Yorkshire Gold Blend, an award-winning blend of tea leaves from Kenya and Rwanda […] Read more…

Day of the Dead pavlova recipe for Halloween

Day of the Dead pavlova recipe

Pavlova is always a good idea. Whether it’s for festive feasting, family gatherings or just because… pavlova, the marvellous meringue is a staple on dessert tables Down Under, and though it appears infrequently on our own, it’s always been a favourite of the kids. With my ooky spooky duo busy conjuring up cobwebs for Halloween, […] Read more…

South African samoosa recipe

South African Samoosa Recipe

You say samosa, I say samoosa. At least I do after our latest visit to Cape Town, where we shovelled the little golden triangles of savoury spiced goodness down our throats at every conceivable opportunity. The samosa, originally introduced to India between the 13th and 14th centuries by Arab traders as the sambosa, made its […] Read more…

South African Melktert (milk tart)

Sabi Sabi’s South African Melktert

Busy piling a tower of cake on her plate, Sugarpuff nearly loses the lot at a sudden unexpected trumpeting that emanates from beyond our afternoon tea buffet. A parade of noisy elephants is lumbering at speed toward Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge’s inviting waterhole, with a couple of tiny (by elephant standards) tots in tow. While […] Read more…

Indonesian Mie Goreng Recipe

Indonesian Mie Goreng Recipe

Mie Goreng is one of the ultimate Asian comfort foods, something whipped up in households across Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Singapore. In fact, you’ll find the ubiquitous noodle dish popping up everywhere from street stalls to swanky restaurants. Each of those countries has its own take on Mie Goreng, though the dish is traditionally […] Read more…

Sri Lankan Egg hoppers

A Sri Lankan-style breakfast is amongst the greatest meals this asbestos-tongued foodie has had the pleasure of meeting and eating. And, in my opinion, the undisputed stars of this Sri Lankan morning show are Sri Lankan egg hoppers. Even in the morning Sri Lankan cuisine is fuelled by chilli, curry leaves, cinnamon and black pepper. […] Read more…

Sri Lankan Seeni Sambol Recipe

Sri Lankan Seeni Sambol Recipe

,issm A fiery, sweet, sour and spicy onion relish, Sri Lankan seeni sambol is something you’ll find on just about every Sri Lankan table, whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner time. It’s no surprise that Sri Lankan’s love vegetarian dishes. The fertile island paradise is blessed with an arsenal of incredible vegetables, fruit and heady […] Read more…

Perkedel Jagung – Easy Indonesian Corn Fritters

Perkedel Jagung – Easy Indonesian Corn Fritters

A paradise of golden sand, temples and sunshine, Indonesia’s Island of the Gods, is also a gastronomic heaven. Blessed with an abundance of fresh produce and a culinary culture that’s a fine fusion of indigenous tradition, bold Indonesian flavours and a smattering of Indian influence, I’m fairly convinced Bali’s deities’ all have very happy bellies. […] Read more…

Choc Walnut Hokey Pokey BoyEatsWorld

Choc Walnut Hokey Pokey

We’re raving fans of Dunedin and its impressive food scene. We’ve lavished praise on its scones and soufflés, extolled the virtues of its bagels and bombe Alaska and written sonnets of salivating praise on everything from its dumplings to its degustation dining. But sometimes in our excitement we forget the obvious and inescapable, and in […] Read more…

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Hey, I’m Aleney! A mum, award-winning travel writer, magazine editor and gallivanting glutton. He’s Raff, the “boy” in boyeatsworld, and a fearless foodie, adventurer and eco-warrior. Along with his all-singing, all-dancing, all-adventurous sister, Sugarpuff, we’re exploring the world’s colour, culture and cuisine on a food safari for the junior set.

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