15ml (1 Tablespoon)
brick margarine 125ml (½ cup)
White Sugar1 egg 15ml (1 Tablespoon)
apricot jam 15ml (1 Tablespoon)
vinegar 250ml (1 cup)
cake flour 5ml (1 teaspoon)
bicarbonate of soda
Pinch of salt
125g brick margarine 185ml (¾ cup)
White Sugar65ml water 185ml (¾ cup)
cream 5ml (1 teaspoon)
Cream the margarine and sugar. Add the egg and blend well.
Add the apricot jam and vinegar. Mix well.
Sift the dry ingredients into the creamed mixture.
Pour into a deep round dish about 19cm diameter.
Cover the dish with a lid or foil and then bake for 1 hour at 180 ºC.
Boil the margarine, sugar and water
Remove from the stove and then add the cream and the vanilla. Pour over the hot baked pudding.
Serve with hot custard or vanilla ice cream
Melktert (Milk Tart)
1/2 C. margarine
1/2 C. sugar
2 C. flour, sifted
4 C. milk
1 Tbs. margarine
1 C. sugar
3 Tbs. corn starch
3 Tbs. flour
1 Tsp. vanilla extract
Cream the margarine and sugar together and beat in the egg.
Add the flour and salt and knead until a soft dough is formed.
Press the mixture into a greased circular pie dish and bake at 350°F for 15 minutes.
In the meantime, Bring the milk and margarine to the boil.
Cream the sugar, eggs, corn starch, flour and vanilla essence.
Add some of the hot milk to the creamed mixture, then pour it back into the pot and heat gently until it thickens. Do not boil.
Pour the filling into the pie crust and cool.
Refrigerate the Milk Tart until required and sprinkle with cinnamon to serve.
Monday, June 22, 2009
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Checkout Kelby's blog for the latest information on his new brother!
Posted by Karen Wells at 4:28 PM
Today has been spent recovering from our long trip home and reflecting on the experiences we shared together in South Africa. I go over the memories in my mind and have read the blogs the students wrote. I enjoy the personal insight they offered on their blogs and find myself thinking back on several of our activities. I most often recall the time spent in Johannesburg at the Apartheid Museum and with the children. It is hard to explain the harsh reality that the children of South Africa have to face each day. I hope that we all will use this wonderful opportunity we had to broaden our view of the world. As our days become crowded with summer activities, it is my prayer that we won't forget the lessons we learned while in South Africa but will use our experiences to help others live a more rewarding and productive life.
Posted by Karen Wells at 6:10 AM
Monday, June 15, 2009
The South Africa Discovery Student Adventure Pilot 2009 have arrived back home after a long journey. Keep following our blog as we recap our fabulous adventure!
Posted by Linda Rush at 12:59 PM
We are sitting in the airport in Frankfurt waiting for our 10 hour flight to Dallas. This trip has been one of the most awesome experiences of my life. What a wonderful opportunity it has been to share it with my students and all of you who have been following our blog. They checked the other day and Arkansas has a tremendous amount of hits on the DSA blog. Thanks to all of the folks back home who have supported me and the students as we traveled. We will post more videos and pictures when we get home. Stay in touch.
Posted by Karen Wells at 7:17 AM