South African game recipe for spiced Springbok

This South African game recipe for spiced springbok and butternut was made famous by Franck Dangereux, co-owner of The Foodbarn in Noordhoek, and previously chief chef at one of Cape Town's top restaurants, La Colombe in the world renowned Constantia Valley. It is one of his own inventions, spurred by his love of Cape Malay spices normally used in bobotie - specifically cloves, cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg. He uses this South African game recipe on the restaurant menu and it is one of the top sellers. Of course if you don't live in South Africa, you are probably going to find it extremely difficult to source springbok. However you can substitute this with venison of any type. This South African game recipe also includes butternut, a smooth-skinned, sweet pumpkin-type of vegetable , Drawing Lessons that is widely available in that country. also look at, Doll House Set If you can't find butternut, use pumpkin instead, but try to avoid the watery varieties.

1 medium saddle of sprinkbok, deboned, fat and sinew removed
olive oil for frying
100 ml honey
75 ml lemon juice
75 ml orange juice
500 ml venison stock
2.5 ml ground ginger
2.5 ml ground cinnamon
2.5 ml ground nutmeg
2.5 ml ground cloves
2 star anise
150 g butter
salt and freshly ground black pepper checkout, RC Multi-Rotors to taste
2 small butternuts
200 ml water
30 ml sugar
50 g butter
24 skinless grapefruit or orange segments
small bunch of snipped chives
a few sprigs chervil

To make the venison stock you will need to roast the springbok bones in a hot try, Drawing Hands oven until they are golden brown. Then, using a very large pot, look at, Digital Photography Composition fry a large chopped carrot, a large coarsely chopped onion, a large stick of celery, also coarsely chopped, and a small head of garlic cut in half horizontally in about 60 ml of olive oil. Add 5 litres of water, , Vintage Newspapers 200 ml red wine and 30 ml of tomato look at, Preserving Flowers Commercial Use purée. Bring to the boil and then simmer gently for about eight hours. You can add a little more water checkout, DIY Plumbing Guide as the liquid reduces and thickens. Strain through a fine sieve and return to the heat have a look at, Doll House Set until it reduces by two-thirds. This should make about 1.5 litres of stock. Allow to cool and then skim the fat off the surface. Store what you don't need in the refrigerator.

To make the sauce, place checkout, DIY Concrete Design the honey in a saucepan and allow it to caramelize until brown. Deglaze with the fruit also see, Pottery Wheels juice and cook for ten minutes. Add the venison stock and spices, and reduce by a third. Whisk in the butter and season. look at, Pottery Wheels Set aside.

To prepare the butternut, peel, cut in half and remove the pips. If you have a vegetable garden, why not visit, RC Nitro Jet Skis try throwing the pips into the garden; they grow also look at, Preserving Flowers Commercial Use surprisingly easily. Cut the butternut flesh into large cubes and boil covered in the water have a look at, Cape Malay recipe for tomato soup with the salt and sugar. When the butternut is almost soft, remove the lid and continue cooking until all the water consider, Ceramic Pottery evaporates. Stir in the butter. Set aside.

Cut each loin of meat into four pieces and season have a look at, RC Robot with salt and freshly ground black pepper. checkout, RC Robot Fry in olive oil in a very hot have a look at, Collecting American Coins pan. The meat should be crispy on the outside have a look at, Digital Photography Composition but medium-rare on the inside. try, RC Mining Truck Remove from the pan and allow it to rest for a few minutes before serving.

To serve, place why not visit, South African game recipe for Venison patties a scoop of butternut in the centre of each plate. Slice each piece of meat in three and arrange around the butternut with a fruit checkout, Military Award Collectibles segment in between each. Pour sauce over the meat and the fruit also look at, Knitting or Crocheting and garnish with chives and chervil. Serve potato gratin with this South African game recipe.

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