Baked Goods From Around The World
The star bakers from Stork have gone around the world to bring you more bake inspiration. From Malawi to Paraguay, we’ve got some really exciting new ideas for you to try out this festive season.
“Dulce de Leche” means candy milk or caramel in Spanish. It’s made by slowly cooking condensed milk until it goes a deep brown colour with a flavour and consistency similar to caramel. Now, imagine this delicious treat topping your favourite cheesecake. It’s a match made in heaven.
Made with coconut and sweet potato, these spicy-sweet biscuits will become a firm favourite in your household. This recipe uses butterscotch chips for an extra dimension.
There is always more to explore when it comes to South Africa’s rich and diverse cuisines. This recipe is a twist on the usual stuffed doughnuts because it contains “isijingi”- a sweetened mix of pumpkin or butternut cooked with maize meal.
These delicate, light and crispy biscuits from China melt in your mouth. It’s made with crystallised ginger for a sweet glow that will keep the entire family coming back for more.
For the uninitiated, Burfee is a sweet treat traditionally made from milk, cream, sugar, cardamom and almonds. It is heavenly! This cake is a decadent showstopper.
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