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African Food Bobotie Recipe

When it comes to African food most of the world, know very little about African food dishes. These are just a few of African foods you must try discover African dish such as bobotie. African food recipe ingredients for bobotie are found at your local grocery store.


South African Food Bobotie Recipe


African Food Bobotie Recipe


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South African Food Bobotie Recipe


Cook bobotie South African dish while eating and exploring through Africa one country at a time. Chic African Culture food kitchen staff recipe for South African bobotie has ground beef, apricot jam, bananas, apples, curry powder, onions and tomatoes.


African Food Bobotie


Serves 4 
African food 
Total time from start to finish 1 hour

Ingredients

2 pounds ground beef

2 medium onions finely chopped

2 large tomatoes finely chopped

2 tablespoons white vinegar

2 large eggs

1 tablespoon apricot jam

1/2 banana sliced

1 large apple finely chopped

2 tablespoons curry powder

2 tablespoons minced garlic

1 1/2 teaspoon sugar

Salt to taste


Directions

Brown beef lightly and drain off excess fat. Remove beef. Add onions to same pot beef was cooking then brown onions until transparent. Add all ingredients into a large bowl, mix well, hands work best, and cook 350 degrees for 50 minutes in a bread loaf pan. Serve with fresh vegetables.

Did you know? South Africa is the southernmost point on the African continent.

South African Food Bobotie Recipe


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