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Leftover Ginger Rice Patties Recipe

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Leftover Ginger Rice Patties Recipe Leftover Ginger Rice Patties Recipe from Chic African is a simple African food recipe to make and share. African fried rice cakes make a delicious snack, are loaded with ginger flavor and ready in less than 30 mins. Leftover Ginger Rice Patties are the perfect way to repurpose leftover rice. Easy Leftover Ginger Rice Patties Recipe Ingredients 2 large fresh eggs 2 cups of cooked white rice 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter 1 medium chopped tomato 2 teaspoons ground ginger 1 large onion, chopped 1/2 teaspoon ground curry powder 1 chopped hot pepper Pepper and salt to taste Oil for frying Directions Add all ingredients except one egg into a large bowl and mix well. Form into flat disks the size of a 50-cent piece, beat remaining egg and dip disks into the egg. Fry to a golden brown. Drain on a paper towel and serve warm. More easy lunch and dinner rice recipes to make right now so you never have to eat

Vegetarian Curry Potato Pie Smothered With Cheese Recipe

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The simple vegetarian potato pie with a dash of curry and tumeric seasonings mixed with layers of potatoes baked to a buttery softness is good for your body and soul. Here's what you need pie crust, white potatoes, onions, butter, ground curry and turmeric, red pepper and salt and pepper to taste mixed together, smothered with two types of cheese and baked in the oven for 45 minutes. It's just that simple to make. Vegetarian Curry Potato Pie Smothered With Cheese Recipe Easy Baked Vegetarian Curry Potato Pie Smothered With Cheese Recipe Delicious filling vegetarian curry potato pie is served as a side dish or a vegetarian main course. Curry spice blend varies greatly depending on the region you live in. Curry also means a spiced sauce cooked with your choice of meats and vegetables. In South Africa, the Afrikaans word for curry is Kerrie, in West Africa Korri is Yoruba for curry and curry is pronounced Inweta, in Nigerian Igbo. Ingredients and

Easy Curried Rice Balls

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Easy Curried Rice Balls These curry deep-fried rice balls using leftover white rice are served with South African lunch and dinner meals with curries and madras dishes. Easy Curried Rice Balls. South Africa's know how to make rice balls with leftover rice. You should have enough oil in the pan to completely cover the rice balls when frying, which will ensure they're perfectly cooked on all sides. Prep time: 10 min Cook time: 20 min Total time: 30 min Curried rice balls, are perfectly golden brown and crunchy on the outside. Ingredients. 2 large eggs. 2 cups of cooked white rice. 2 teaspoons ground curry. Pepper and salt to taste. Oil for frying. Directions.  Add all ingredients except one egg into a large bowl and mix well. Form into balls and beat remaining egg and dip balls into the egg. Fry curry balls to a golden brown. Drain on a paper towel and serve warm.

Senzeni na South African Anti‐Apartheid Song

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Senzeni na is a famous South African anti-apartheid song. Senzeni na, a powerful song was frequently sung during funerals and anti-apartheid demonstrations.  About the South African Anti‐Apartheid Song Zulu is the language of the Zulu people. 10 million people speak Zulu, and most of them (95%) live in South Africa. Senzeni na is a Zulu language South African anti-apartheid song. Apartheid is the Afrikaans name given by the white-ruled South Africa's Nationalist Party in 1948 for the institutionalized system of racial segregation.  The international community begun to take notice of Apartheid after white South African police opened fire on unarmed black protesters in the town of Sharpeville in 1960, killing 69 people and wounding 186 others.  Senzeni na, a powerful song was frequently sung during funerals and anti-apartheid demonstrations. Apartheid officially ended in 1994.    Senzeni Lyrics and English Translation. Senzeni na Senzeni na? What have we done? Sono s

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