May 8, 2013 in Uncategorized
For the next two to three months I’ll be working in conjunction with Sasko Flour. Each month I’ll be posting two recipes using one of their products form their range…..
I don’t know about you but whenever I go shopping for flour or bake mixes I always find myself drawn to their products, especially the flour. Not only because of the reasonability of the prices but I’ve never had any quality problems using it. My breads and cakes never flop!
This month I’ve decided to start off with Ntlaphoyi/ uJeqe recipe. Whenever one mentions Intlaphoyi or Ujeqe the first thing that comes to mind is an idea of a “steamed bread” with maize meal. That’s right. We grew up with our parents steaming the bread in enamel bowls or in plastic bags. I remember sometimes when a colourful plastic bad was used, the steamed bread would end up with some of colours from the plastic bag. Hehe! Continue reading…….
This time around I’ve decided to just switch things around a bit. Have you ever tried baking Ujeqe/ Intlaphoyi? I mean, one of the reasons our grand parents steamed the bread was because they didn’t have ovens right?