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African Recipe Botswana Bogobe Vegetable Porridge

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African Recipe Botswana Bogobe Vegetable Porridge

African Recipe Botswana Bogobe Vegetable Porridge

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African Recipe Botswana bogobe stiff vegetable porridge has many variations using any type of vegetable of your choosing. Sorghum meal is gluten-free and high in fiber, in our African recipe of Botswana bogobe vegetable porridge sorghum takes the place of rice. 

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 25 min
Total time: 40 min

African Recipe Botswana Bogobe Vegetable Porridge

Ingredients

1/4 cup sorghum meal

1 cup raw carrots cut into even rounds

1 cup fresh broccoli florets

1/2 cup frozen lima beans

1 head green cabbage, chopped

1 medium onion, chopped

1 ¼ cup vegetable broth

Directions

In a large pot add sorghum and 1 cup vegetable broth over medium heat and to stir the mixture into a soft paste, about 20 minutes. In a separate pot add vegetables and ¼ cup broth, cover 5-7 minutes over medium heat. Serve vegetable mixture over sorghum as sorghum is healthier than white rice.


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