Here’s a traditional recipe which comes from South Africa’s Dutch/East Indian heritage.  Bobotie is a traditional South African dish that is derived from Dutch meat casseroles with the added spices and fruit from Cape Malay cuisine. In South Africa it is usually made with ground lamb, curry spices and topped with a kind of savoury custard. The addition of dried fruit and chutney is variable, and almost any fruit can be added to give the curry a sweet aroma. It’s kind of like a cross between Indian keema curry and Greek moussaka, with a sweet kick to it.  Very unusual, but really quite delicious.  And definitely a warming winter delight that goes down very well with a Cabernet Sauvignon.  I tried this out on some friends and…