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Meat timbale "Bobotee"

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Preparation time: 40
Cooking time: 360
10pcs.Dried apricots ~100 g
25gFrying/baking margarine 80%
1pcs.Onion(s) ~75 g
1.25dlSkimmed milk ~125 g
250gMinced beef 6-10% ~250 g
1tspSea salt ~5.5 g
1.5tspCurry powder ~3.3 g
1.5tbspMango chutney ~22.5 g
1.5tbspLemon juice ~22.5 g
2pcs.Egg(s) ~100 g
20gWhite bread
3dlBasmati rice ~246 g

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Read through the recipe before you begin so you know what is coming. Some of the ingredients have to be prepared in the morning.

This is a recipe my father acquired in his youth... he thinks it originally comes from Africa.
It is an exciting and incredibly filling dish.

I hope you will enjoy it as much as I have for many years.


In the morning, place the 10 apricots to soak in cold water - they must be completely soft before you use them (min. 4-5 hours in water).

Preheat the oven to 200ºC/fan oven 180ºC.

Cut the softened apricots into quarters.

Chop the onions and sauté in a pan with the margarine. While this is cooking, measure out the other ingredients and prepare.

Heat the milk on the microwave until tepid (ideally in a bowl). Soak the bread in the tepid milk and then squeeze the milk out of it (you need to keep the milk so squeeze it back into the bowl!). Crumble the bread and then place in the pan with the onions.
Add the minced beef, curry powder, salt, lemon juice, mango chutney, apricots and 1 beaten egg to the pan. Mix everything together and simmer for a couple of minutes.

Grease a deep, ovenproof dish and tip the filling into it.

Beat the remaining egg with the leftover milk - it should be well beaten. Pour over the filling. Place the dish on the middle/bottom shelf of the oven and bake for 30-40 mins. until the dish is golden brown.

Cook the rice according to the instructions on the packet so that it is ready when the dish in the oven is done.

Serve the dish with the rice.


Instead of white bread, you can use a roll.

Nutritional data
1,065 Kcal Per Serving
F: 31 g, P: 47 g, C: 151 g, DF: 7 g
2,130 Kcal (214 Kcal/100 g)

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