Bobotie is a South African Dish consisting of spiced mince meat and dried fruit baked with an egg-based topping. It is also made with curry powder leaving it with destinct taste.
This is a healthier version and baked indivudiually, great for a late afternoon protein snack, kids luncboxes or as a party bite.
I’v made it specially for supper served with a fresh tomato and onion sambal, rice and beet salad. All left overs was used as protein snacks later in the week.
Makes 24 Bobotie bites
Each bobotie bite equals 1 protein
1 Medium onion finely chopped
10 ml dried mixed herbs
15 ml Curry powder
5 ml Turmeric
2.5 ml Salt
30 ml Oat bran
15 ml Worcestersauce
30 ml Chutney
50 g Dried Sultanas
3 Large eggs
500g Beef mince meat
310 ml Fat free or low fat milk
Extra pince of Turmeric
Preheat your oven to 200 degrees and spray or grease two muffin pans lightly with a non-stick spray or oil.
Mix the Onions, all spices, Oatbran, Worcestersauce, Chutneay, Sultanas and 2 x eggs in a mixing bowl.
Mix the Mince meat in and add +- a Tablespoon of the meat mixture in the muffin pans.
Mix the milk and the remaining egg with a pinc of Turmeric and spoon the milk mixture over the mince mixture.
Optional – Add a bay leave on each of the bobotie bites.
Bake for +- 30 minutes until done. Remove from oven and let the bobotie bites set before removing from the pan.
If you don’t like Sultanas replace it with one peeled and finely grated apple.