South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa. Its country on the southernmost tip of the African continent, marked by several distinct ecosystems. There are over 60 million people in South Africa.
Bobotie is the national dish of the country and a Traditional South African dish which was bought by Asian settlers. It is cooked in many homes, restaurants and weddings.
Listed below are some wedding on a budget food ideas for appetisers, the main course, and dessert.
Dessert: Its not a south African wedding without treats or deserts on the table. Offering kola nut to your guests is also a way of letting them know that they are welcome at your event.
Malva Pudding which is a popular for many South Africans. This sweet pudding had a spongy texture, and is covered in a hot, creamy sauce and served with ice-cream or custard. It contains apricot jam and has a spongy caramelised texture. This is fairly easy to make and size is always massive allowing enough to be served to guests.
Milktart is a sweet pastry crust that holds a custard filling which is only made of milk, flour, sugar and eggs. It can be baked or left to set in the fridge. this saves you money and also time as its fairly easy to make.
Chocolate fountain is generally very cheap and easy to set up. With running time being 24 hours so you don’t have to worry about it stopping. 1 pound of chocolate is more than enough for 20+ guests. This choice of desert will be very popular for the kids and will be the talks about your wedding. Guests can dip marshmallows , pretzels or fruits such as, strawberries or bananas.
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