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Saturday, February 7, 2015

Zambian Bean and Cabbage Fritter Recipe

Zambian Bean and Cabbage Fritters Recipe

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Besides corn, cabbage and beans are major crops in the everyday lives of Zambians. Zambian bean and cabbage fritters are an easy simple dish to make as a snack or appetizer.
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Zambian Bean and Cabbage Fritter Recipe


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Zambia is home to seventy various ethnic groups. Small family farms and subsistence farming accounts for around 80 percent of Zambia's agricultural areas.


Zambian Bean and Cabbage Fritters

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Zambian bean and cabbage fritters are an easy simple dish to make as a snack or appetizer.

Ingredients: 
1 can soybeans washed and drained 
2 cups cooked shredded cabbage 
1 cup all-purpose flour 
1 large egg 
1 tablespoon onion power 
1 teaspoon salt 
Vegetable oil for frying 

Directions:
Mix all ingredients well, roll into small size balls and fry until golden brown. Serve as a snack or appetizer.




Did you know?
Under Zambian law, defaming the head of state is a criminal offence that carries a jail sentence of up to three years. 

Ex-president of Zambia Mr. Levy Mwanawasa who passed away August 19, 2008 was called a "cabbage" in The Zambian newspaper the post by Fred M'membe in February 2002. 

The term cabbage is another word for the term slow witted.

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