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Cape to Cairo

At Cape to Cairo we advocate ‘Ubuntu’ – I am because we are.  The word Ubuntu is part of the Zulu phrase ‘Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu’, which literally means that a person is a person through other people. Cape to Cairo is because you are. In this spirit we acknowledge our responsibility to share our good fortune with others. Over the years we’ve supported and sponsored a number of community events an projects, not just in Australia but Africa too.


About Cape

Cape to Cairo is Western Australia’s principal importer, wholesaler, retailer and producer of traditional delicacies, favourite brands, products, and crafts from South Africa and other southern African countries. Family-owned and operated, the first Cape to Cairo store opened in 1994 on Cambridge Street, Wembley. From one of the first small-scale suppliers of South African delicacies and products, our business has evolved and expanded in the West Australian retail sector particularly. The business model embraces strong procurement, in-house product development and [...]


Koeksisters

Koeksisters A little effort, but a delectable family recipe. Makes 36, preparation time: 2 hrs + overnight to prepare the syrup. Ingredients For the syrup 800 ml water1,5 kg sugar12,5 ml cream of tartar40 ml lemon juice For frying Sunflower oil For the dough 4 x 250ml (500g) cake flour25ml baking powder20ml margarine1/2 large beaten egg245ml water   Method For the syrup Place the water, sugar and cream of tartar in a saucepan and bring to the boil. Once the syrup starts to boil, add the lemon juice and continue to simmer [...]


Braai Bread

When lighting the fire late afternoon, rustle up this delicious loaf. By the time the coals are ready to braai, the bread is ready to be taken from the oven. Makes a medium loaf Ingredients 500g self-raising Flour 5ml Salt (1 t) 2ml Turmeric (½ t) Pinch of Cayenne Pepper 100g coarsely grated Cheddar Cheese (1 c) 1 packet Knorr White Onion soup powder 15ml dried Parsley (1 T) 5ml Garlic flakes (1 t) 500ml buttermilk (2 c) 125ml Sunflower Oil [...]


Malva Pudding

A little effort, but a delectable family recipe. Ingredients For the pudding 1 cup full cream milk 1 tsp baking powder 1 cup flour ¾ cup brown sugar ¼ tsp salt 1 tsp bicarb of soda 1 large egg 1 Tbsp. vinegar 2 Tbsp. apricot jam For the syrup 1 cup white sugar 1 cup full cream milk ½ cup boiling water ¼ cup butter at room temperature 1 tsp vanilla essence Method Preheat the oven to 180ºC. Mix the cup of milk and the [...]


Bran Muffins

A lunch box favourite.  These muffins are high in fibre and taste great either plain, with raisins, carrot or apple. Ingredients  200g soft Brown Sugar (1 c) 125ml Sunflower Oil (½ c) 2 extra-large (700g) Eggs 5ml Salt 70g Bran (2 c) 500ml Milk (2 c) 10ml Bicarbonate of Soda (2 t) 325g whole-wheat Flour (2 ½ c) Optional: 150g seedless Raisins; grated carrots or apple Method Preheat oven to 190 degrees Lightly grease 24 muffin cups Dissolve Bicarbonate of Soda [...]


Scones

A Sunday morning favourite. Best eaten fresh from the oven with dollops of Soet Tand Cape Gooseberry Jam and thickened cream. Ingredients 275g Cake Flour (2 c) 15ml Royal Baking Powder (1 T) Pinch of Salt 125g Butter or Margarine 125mk Milk (½ c) 1 extra-large Egg Method Preheat oven to 200 degrees Sift together the Cake Flour, the Baking Powder and the Salt Rub the Butter or Margarine into the Flour mixture Beat the Milk and Egg Cut it into [...]


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Mealie Bread

Mealie Bread (in a Microwave) This is a quick loaf made in 15 minutes. It requires a deep ring-shaped, microwave-safe bread mould. Tupperware has the perfect one. Ingredients 420g tin Koo Cream-Styled Sweetcorn 2 Eggs 1/3 cup Sugar ½ cup Milk 1 cup Flour 1 cup Jungle Oat’s Taystee Wheat (or substitute with Protea Mealie Meal) 3 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder ½ teaspoon Salt ½ cup grated tasty Cheese A pinch of Paprika or Cayenne Pepper Method Beat Eggs well Grease ring mould with [...]


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