Photo Credit: Slimming Eats
You have seen pizza, omelette, indomielette and the likes but this one here… *lips sealed*. This is awesomeness in a plate and NO! It is not the same thing with suya. This is an ideal holiday recipe and it doesn’t take so much effort to prepare.
450 g minced meat
10 pcs rodo
1 bunch basil
2 tsp ground pepper
2 pcs tatase
1 pcs green bell pepper
1 tsp curry powder
2 tbsp white oat
6 pcs tomato
2 pcs onions
1 pinch thyme
1 tsp salt
2 pcs seasoning cubes
2 pcs eggs
2 scoops vegetable oil
- Using 4 tomatoes and 4 pepper (blended), prepare stew or sauce with vegetable oil, salt and stock cube.
- Wash and slice the remaining tomatoes, pepper, onions. Set all aside.
- Place your minced meat in a bowl, add all the spices and seasonings. Mix in well but also carefully.
- Add in the oatmeal and eggs. The oatmeal is to bind everything together. you can make use of breadcrumbs but oatmeal is a healthier option.
- Gently combine all the ingredients until it forms a ball. Emphasis on gently, don’ overwork the mince. If it is not holding up to a ball, either add another egg or little more oatmeal. Take out the mince and carefully lay out in a lightly greased pan, until all areas are covered
- Spread out your stew or sauce unto the mince. Add your toppings – onions, tomatoes, rodo, sliced tatase, green pepper and morarella cheese
- Cover with foil, to keep moist and then place in a preheated oven at 200 degrees and allow to cook for about 20 minutes. You will observe that the mince will shrink, but that is expected.
- Before serving, top with fresh leaves.