The Cape Malay Cookbook

This book on traditional 'Malay' cooking is an important contribution to the preservation of this country's culinary tradition. Faldela Williams has managed, after considerable research and investigation, to bring together into a single volume the numerous recipes for the dishes which are so common in many of the Muslim homes in the Cape Peninsula today.
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Faldela Williams
Format:
Paperback

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This book on traditional 'Malay' cooking is an important contribution to the preservation of this country's culinary tradition. Faldela Williams has managed, after considerable research and investigation, to bring together into a single volume the numerous recipes for the dishes which are so common in many of the Muslim homes in the Cape Peninsula today.

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Author:
Faldela Williams
Publisher:
Random House Struik
Imprint:
Struik
ISBN:
9781868255603
Audience:
General
Pages:
96
Width (mm):
215
Length (mm):
280
Weight (g):
420

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Best Malay Recipe Book

Easy to understand and wide variety of recipes. Highly recommended.

The Cape Malay Cookbook

A great insight into traditional Cspe Malay cooking. The author introduces the reader to an array of spices, herbs and seasonings followed by mouthwatering recipes. The religious festivals and ceremonies are explained, because certain foods are served on these special occasions. Easy reading and colorful photography. Mouthwatering indeed.

Comfort Food for South Africans

This is the one book I use regularly. The curries and stews are true comfort food, appealing to the fussiest of family members. Surprisingly quick and simple to make, once you have the basic ingrdients on hand. This book was the only item missing from my luggage after a recent flight back from India, But I immediately replaced it. Can't live without it.

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