A recipe I wish to share with everyone

Today is my sister’s birthday.
Yesterday, we had the party for her at our parents’ place. They arrived home from an overseas vacation last week. I’d promised them I’d make them a meal that I had accidentally discovered, and found to be delicious.
You will need the following ingredients.
Ostrich steaks.
Nomu African Rub.
Use the rub on the steaks, then let stand for a day so that the rub infuses.
To cook (Option 1)
Pan fry in a little butter. Serve with curried green beans and garlic potatoes, or whatever you want.
To cook (Option 2)
Chop up the steaks, mix with sliced peppers, onions, mushrooms and sauce, and slow cook for several hours. Serve on rice.
Have with a glass of red wine.
Both ways are delicious. Even I was surprised by how good they were.

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One Response to A recipe I wish to share with everyone

  1. Jungja Park Cardoso says:

    Dear autismjungle,

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    Jungja Park Cardoso
    Ph.D. candidate, Environmental Psychology
    The Graduate Center, City University of New York
    365 5th Ave New York, NY 10016
    USA

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