Each of us has read the articles, seen the videos, and felt the pain of burning fingers firsthand. You know you’re a tea or coffee connoisseur when you drop a piece of your bran rusk into your hot beverage, then plunge your hand into the cup before retrieving the rusk with a spoon. This, or you might risk breaking your cup attempting to soak the rest of your dry rusk. Let’s make some South African buttermilk rusks and eat them while thinking back on those times.
South African buttermilk rusks suggestions
If you want to bake the old-fashioned manner, you may mix the dough by hand; if you prefer to use a stand mixer, follow the instructions below. These nutritious rusks are versatile and simple to prepare. Some of the All-Bran cereal may be swapped out for plain, unrefined bran. Make sure the texture is right before adding nuts, cranberries, raisins, or any mix of the three. The easiest way to dry them is to leave them in a very low oven overnight.
This traditional, authentically South African buttermilk rusks with a modern healthy twist are a terrific way to kick off your holiday baking.