Bogobe Jwa Lerotse

Slap-pap (Indian-Punjabi)

lerotse, bopi jwa mabele (sorghum), madila, mayonnaise, water

Bogobe jwa lerotse is the national dish of Botswana, characterized by a delicate flavour imparted by the lerotse melon, a type of fruit that is visually reminiscent of a typical watermelon and distinguished by its orange-coloured flesh. Lerotse has a neutral flavour when raw, but it imparts a unique flavour to the dish when cooked. The dish is typically stirred with a traditional wooden whisk, called lehetho, and has a porridge-like consistency when fully cooked.

Created Oct. 18, 2020 by: atasneem


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