Any of your favourite fruit combinations can be used….just remember pips does not always do well being put in a blender…you don’t want to end up spitting out bits. You can always add some dried fruit, Agave syrup or honey for sweetness.
…..just the most exquisite taste sensation!
For those of you that doesn’t know what to do with pumpkin seed oil here is to a good start.I’ll decided to start with a soup. Pea soup without any meat…smokey or other wise! Made with basic veggies you’ll definitely have in the house. Continue reading “PEA SOUP WITH PUMPKIN SEED OIL”
No meat required!
Waterblommetjies! A type of water lily ( Continue reading “WATERBLOMMETJIE RISOTTO”) that can be found growing on every farm dam in the area. Their season starts in spring and lasts for a couple of weeks. Many of our locals and even our International visitors know them only cooked together in a stew with lamb (and always served with white rice!); like that they have a very similar taste to green beans. It is one of the most well known traditional South African dishes.
That something so simple can be so delicious. Just cooked pumpkin mixed with a few things, fried and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. Eaten as an accompaniment to some other dish or on its own as a desert with vanilla ice cream, for me it will always be a favourite. Continue reading “PUMPKIN FRITTERS”