This Cape vegetable casserole recipe is full of healthy ingredients like eggplant, garlic, raisins, grapes, oats, onions and tomatoes.
My family loves casserole recipes and we are trying to
explore the great variety of one pot recipes and traditions that is available in different parts of the world. This dish is inspired by the cape cuisine of South Africa and with its fruitiness and spiciness as well as its nutty flavors it is quite different from the traditional one pot meals known in Germany, England the United States and other parts of the Western world.
Preparation time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 45 minutes
Resting time: N/A
Total working time: 25 minutes
Total time needed: 1 hours 5 minutes
This recipe was inspired by Wizzy you find her recipe here
The spiciness of a hot sauce competing with the fruitiness of raisins and grapes is the final touch that makes this casserole dish really enjoyable.
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