South Africa’s Bobotie
Some people call Bobotie South African Moussaka, but I’m not convinced that gives the dish enough credit. My friend Janine says Bobotie is from the Cape Malay region and belies much more Indian influence. At her most basic, Bobotie is a spiced meat casserole topped with egg custard and a few bay leaves. Inside, you’ll find everything from rich curry power, to garlic, ginger, lemon juice, raisins, and almonds. There’s even a scoop of chutney.
Hoender Bobotie – Boerekos – Kook met Nostalgie
1 hoender, gekook en ontbeen 50 ml sultanas 2 uie, fyn gekap 250 ml mayonnaise 20 ml fyn appelkoos konfyt 10 ml suurlemoensap 1 pakkie hoenderroomsop 15 – 20 ml kerrie poeier 250 ml melk 3 ml…
South African Recipe: Bobotie
One of my favorite things about traveling is trying new foods. Bobotie is a recipe I have every time I travel to South Africa. I just love it! Bobotie has a slightly sweet taste with a light curry flavor and an egg topping. In 1954, Bobotie was declared the National Dish of South Africa by the United Nations Women's Organization. Everywhere I travel, I try to purchase a cookbook with the local recipes in them. Then I can relive the trip through the smells and tastes of their dishes. The…
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Bobotie is moontlik die gewildste gereg van die Kaapse kookkuns. 'n Gebakte eier- en melksous, met 'n titseltjie suurlemoensap, of 'n lourierblaar of wat, bedek 'n pikante potpourri van geure - maalvleis met kerrie, appelkose, rosyne, neute en kruie.