I found this traditional bobotie recipe written by Daniela Bonor, published on Getaway Magazine's website. What better time to share such a delicious, warm recipe, seeing as we're now heading into the chillier winter months in South Africa.
The origin of the bobotie dish is highly disputed by South Africans with some saying it's Indonesian, Malaysian, South African or even Dutch. Regardless of where the recipe came from, one thing I know for sure is that bobotie is an absolutely tasty, warm and wholesome meal that is best served on a winters day.
(This is not my recipe by any means. Credit goes to Daniela Bonor completely)
Have you cooked bobotie before? If not, we urge you to try out this recipe - you won't regret it! Feel free to let us know what you think about this recipe and how it turned out for you in the comments below.
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