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After moving to South Africa from the US, I wanted to try recipes from local cooks. Here are two simple and easy Indian/Cape Malay recipes that are favorites. Hope you enjoy. From: Myra in Capetown; e-mail address is vanny@iafrica.com I. Braised Vegetables cooking oil (I normally use 3-4 tablespoons depending on amount of veggies) 1 onion chopped 1 tomato chopped 1/2 tsp Tumeric 2 Red chillies salt to tast Braise onion in oil until light brown. Add chillies, tomato, turmeric, salt and let it simmer until oil appears on top. Then add vegetables. Cook until desired tenderness. Vegetables can be cabbage, cauliflower, green beans or sugar beans. (If using sugar beans, add 1 dessert spoon ((soup spoon in the US)) of Masala, no chillies and 1 dessert spoon of lemon juice.) Although you may be tempted to add water, DON'T.

Braised Vegetables


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(posted October 11, 1995)

After moving to
South Africa from the US, I wanted to try recipes from local cooks. Here are two simple and easy Indian/Cape Malay recipes that are favorites. Hope you enjoy.

From: Myra in Capetown; e-mail address is vanny@iafrica.com



I. Braised Vegetables

cooking oil (I normally use 3-4 tablespoons depending on amount of veggies)
1
onion chopped
1
tomato chopped
1/2 tsp Tumeric
2 Red chillies
salt to tast

Braise onion in oil until light brown. Add chillies, tomato, turmeric, salt and let it simmer until oil appears on top. Then add vegetables. Cook until desired tenderness.

Vegetables can be
cabbage, cauliflower, green beans or sugar beans. (If using sugar beans, add 1 dessert spoon ((soup spoon in the US)) of Masala, no chillies and 1 dessert spoon of lemon juice.) Although you may be tempted to add water, DON'T.




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from Washington, United States wrote:2  1

This recipie was good, but it was a bit too spicy for my family. I might make it again, but without the chili.
4 starsNovember 11, 2003


 
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