Bobotie is a traditional South African Dish. It's origin is unknown, although we know that the word originates from the Indonesian word bobotok of which a recipe appears in a 1609 Dutch recipe book. Initially the Cape Malay introduced it in South Africa.
Bobotie, South Africa's Meaty Pie
This classic South African comfort food, decked out with eggy custard and Malaysian spices, puts spring lamb to beautiful use.
Bobotie - aninas recipes
A classic Bobotie recipe, never goes out of style. As a matter of fact, if you are pondering what to cook for dinner – or even better – what to cook for your dinner PARTY – don’t look anywhere else…I have had this recipe for years and years. It was one of the first recipes I had scribbled down from my mom’s recipes in my little excuse of a recipe book when I was a student. Cleaning out closest really is so rewarding when you can find gems like these…For those who are not familiar with…
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…
Bobotie: The Cape on a plate
Whenever I visit my brother in Cape Town, I know I am in for superlative dining. And when the big item on the menu is bobotie, this Durban boykie renews his delight in the mild heat and soaring spiciness of a Cape Malay classic.