The share link has been copied to clipboard

South African Pumpkin Fritters Recipes

487 views · Nov 10, 2023
Visit Channel:ourbigescape.com
South African Pumpkin Fritters Recipes are a delightful dish that holds a special place in South African culture. These fritters, commonly known as "Pampoenkoekies" in Afrikaans, are a part of the country's heritage. Their history dates back to the early Dutch settlers who brought their cooking traditions to the region in the 17th century. The South African Pumpkin Fritters recipe is made from a simple yet wholesome combination of grated pumpkin, flour, sugar, and a hint of spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg. These ingredients are mixed together to form a thick batter, which is then spooned into hot oil and fried until golden brown. The result is a crispy, golden exterior that encases a soft and tender interior. View the complete blog post at: https://ourbigescape.com/south-african-pumpkin-fritters-recipe/ Ingredients 2 cups cooked pumpkin, dry (see note below) 1⁄2 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup milk 1⁄2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 teaspoons baking powder (not soda) 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 2 large eggs oil (for frying) cinnamon sugar, if used Instructions 1. Fill a food processor with all the dry ingredients. 2. When a thick batter formed, add the eggs and process or thoroughly mix in the mixing bowl. When checked with a spoon, the batter should virtually keep its shape. 3. A small amount of milk can be added if the batter is too stiff. Add extra flour if it seems runny, which shouldn't happen. 3. Start by heating the oil in the pan over medium to high heat. 4. Spoon generous scoops of batter into pan, being careful not to place them too close together. There will be some batter that sticks to the spoon, so your fritters won't be that big. 5. When you remove the fritters from the pan, they will begin to deflate a little but they will still retain their shape. 6. Apply very mild pressure to the fritters to check for doneness. Once finished, they usually bounce back. Press more firmly if you're still unsure—no batter should escape the sides. 7. Serve heated with lots of crunchy sugar flavoring cinnamon as a dessert or as a side dish.
Show More

Comments

loading text loading
loading text loading
loading text
loading text loading
loading text
loading text loading
loading text
loading text loading
loading text