Souttert Recipe

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Souttert Recipe

This easy souttert recipe is another South African classic and is popular with all cultures and generations throughout this country. Souttert is very similar to quiche with the biggest difference being that souttert is saltier, hence the word sout, which means salt. Another difference between souttert and quiche is that souttert is crustless. You will hear many people talking about korslose souttert, meaning crustless.

how to make souttert

Souttert is typically enjoyed as a lunch or teatime snack. In our household, we also enjoy souttert as a main course during dinner and serve a salad on the side. It is common to be served a slice of souttert when you visit older people at their homes. It is a sign of respect by accepting the serving and acknowledging the efforts of your hosts. This souttert recipe is definitely something you can use to impress people with.

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Recipe Info


Serves: 4


Calories: 412
Carbs: 43g
Fat: 15g
Protein: 44g

Cooking Times

15 min
Preparation Time
0 Hours and 15 Minutes
30 min
Cook Time
0 Hours and 30 Minutes
45 min
Total Time
0 Hours and 45 Minutes




  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C
  2. mix the bacon, viennas, cheese, onion, and parsley together
  3. In a mixing bowl, mix the flour and mustard together and combine with milk to form a smooth paste. Add the remaining milk to the paste and season to taste with salt and pepper
  4. Mix everything together and transfer to a well greased round baking dish
  5. Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes. Cool slightly and serve. Enjoy.

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Nelia Uys
Tasty souttert recipe and so easy to prepare and make. 5.00

And Gertse
This souttert recipe works well and tastes great, exactly how souttert should. 5.00

Marietjie van Graan
Delicious traditional souttert recipe. Such an easy recipe with clear instructions. 5.00

Sandra Harmse
Now I also know how to make souttert and will serve it when we receive visitors at our home. 5.00

Melinda Botha
Delicious souttert recipe. I love it. 5.00

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