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from: Southern Africa | cooking method: boiling-simmering

South African Malay Curry

This recipe is a typical South African Malay Curry. The first Malay people in South Africa were brought as slaves from what is today Indonesia. As a result of the influence of the Malay and West Asians from the Indian sub-continent who came later, many curry (or kerrie) dishes are popular in South Africa.

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Another Cape Malay dish made with curry powder and apricot jam is Sosaties (Skewered Marinated Lamb with Curry-Tamarind Sauce). See the recipe on the Laurens van der Post page.


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