Bobotie is South Africa's meat pie. It's basically the best meatloaf ever with custard on top. It's a wow!

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This South African original is similar to meatloaf, but so much better. A slightly sweet curry flavors ground beef with a milk and egg custard on top. It's delicious!

This South African original is similar to meatloaf, but so much better. A slightly sweet curry flavors ground beef with a milk and egg custard on top.

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Bobotie was once named bobotok, an Indonesian dish made with tamarind palp. In later year's vinegar replaced tamarind.

Bobotie was once named bobotok, an Indonesian dish made with tamarind palp. In later year's vinegar replaced tamarind.

This would be a hot contender for South Africa's national dish! The recipe was selected for an international recipe book published in 1951 by the United Nations Organisation. Bobotie is a Cape-Malay creation, and they spice it up even more with cumin, coriander and cloves. A similar dish was known in Europe in the middle ages after the Crusaders had brought turmeric from the East. When our first Dutch settlers arrived, Holland was largely influenced by Italian cooks, and a favorite dish w...

Bobotie is a Cape-Malay creation, and they spice it up even more with cumin, coriander and cloves.

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This is a traditional South African recipe, which comes from the great culinary tradition of the Cape Malays -- originally brought in as slaves in the 17th century. It's easy and plain, but great with meats like venison, corned beef tongue or any meat with gravy. Also usually served with Bobotie: There is a good recipe by Caryn on this site.

South African Yellow Rice I "This is a wonderful rice. Everyone in my family enjoyed it. A great alternative to mundane, plain rice.

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